Web-Based Educational Resource Survey Results

January 2011

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

During the summer and fall of 2010, Maddie's Fund® asked our funded partners and newsletter subscribers to complete an online survey regarding educational resources available on the web.

The purpose of this study was to:

  • Help us better understand our constituencies in terms of structure and staff.
  • Evaluate the usage and usefulness of various forms of web-based resources.
  • Identify common topics of need and interest.

Click here to read a summary of survey findings

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