How do you use Spore?
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CTA. 2001. How do you use Spore?. Spore 95. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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How do you use Spore? How much does it help you in your work, your thinking, your education? Is there anything else that Spore can do for you?We want to know how every reader uses Spore and what more you expect from your magazine. Together, Spore...
How do you use Spore? How much does it help you in your work, your thinking, your education? Is there anything else that Spore can do for you? We want to know how every reader uses Spore and what more you expect from your magazine. Together, Spore readers are the people who make ACP agriculture work ask yourself, who do you know who does not know Spore? Who uses Spore? This 95th issue of Spore and 45th issue of the Portuguese version, Esporo has a circulation of more than 42.000 printed copies to subscribers in 126 countries, nearly all in ACP countries. There are several thousand more readers on the World Wide Web. Because most subscribers share their copy with several other people, the actual number of readers is much higher. Our goal is that for each reader, each issue has at least one idea, news item, publication, event, technology or example to help in their important work. Do we succeed? How well does Spore work for you? Tell us, and your replies will help it work even better. Questions Please reply to as many questions as possible, ideally on maximum one sheet of paper. 1. About you: (line by line) Your name, gender, position/ job, organisation, your CTA-PDS subscription number (if you have one), postal address, country, fax, email (if you do not use email now, do you plan to use it by end 2002?). 2. Your daily work: (choose one or more) actual food/ livestock production; food processing; marketing; extension or support services; finance; research; policy formulation; other. 3. Your copy: How many people read it? Do you read it in the month of publication? Where do you keep old copies? 4. Which three sections are your favourite? Long articles; News items; Links; Publications; Between Us; Viewpoint. 5. Which sections should we expand? 6. Which sections should we shorten? 7. Which subjects we should feature more? 8. In general, is the frequency of 2 months: too infrequent; ok; too frequent 9. Is Spore too short; the right length; too long; too varied; too technical; too political ; too superficial; the right balance. 10. Your uses of Spore Please describe in your own words as many uses as you feel important (send photos, pictures, examples of publications).
SubjectsINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT;
- CTA Spore (English)