Black Hills Knowledge Netowork

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August 7, 2017

How Do You Use the Black Hills Knowledge Network? Your Opinion Matters!

The Bush Foundation, in partnership with the Black Hills Knowledge Network, is studying the outcomes and impacts of three community information and data projects across South Dakota, North Dakota and Minnesota. Your input is needed as we investigate who our users are and how they use our website.

The purposes of this evaluation are to assess whether:

  • The Black Hills Knowledge Network provides data to guide community decision-making and shares information, ideas, and resources to solve critical issues.
  • The Black Hills Knowledge Network gives people in the region a common foundation to identify, understand, and act on issues that affect their communities.
  • People and organizations use and value the Black Hills Knowledge Network.

Answer our survey to help  inform our ongoing work at the BHKN, as well as highlight strengths and possible areas of improvement.

If you have any questions about this survey, please contact BHKN project coordinator Callie Tysdal at 605-716-0058 or by email.

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