AURIN Housing data survey

The purpose of this survey is to gain a greater understanding of how housing researchers and policy makers perceive the current state of the data landscape as it relates to their work in the housing space.

The outcomes of this survey and additional in-depth interviews will be presented by AURIN at the National Housing Conference in Darwin in August this year.

We also intend for the emergent themes and principle concepts raised in this investigation to drive the subsequent conversations needed to make housing data FAIR for researchers: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reproducible.

AURIN, as the single largest resource for accessing and interrogating thousands of multi-disciplinary datasets related to Australia’s human settlements, is ideally placed to lead these conversations.

We appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey. It should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

INFORMATION ABOUT YOU

This section of the survey we ask a few questions to get a picture of you as a housing researcher or user of housing data


 

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR RESEARCH

This section contains information on your engagement with research practices, housing research and housing data

 

 

 

 

DATA ACCESSIBILITY

This section contains questions relating to your perceptions of housing data accessibility and quality

 

 
 

 

 

DATA CREATORS

This section contains questions relating to your perceptions of organisations that create or produce housing data. Bear in mind that these may not always be the same organisations that you source housing data from


 

 

DATA DISTRIBUTORS

This section contains questions relating to your perceptions of organisations that distribute housing data, or make it available to researchers. Bear in mind that these may not always be the same organisations that created or produced the data


 

CHALLENGES AND PRIORITIES IN HOUSING DATA AND HOUSING RESEARCH

This section contains questions relating to your perceptions of the challenges and priorities for the housing research community, specifically as they relate to housing data



Thank you for taking the time to fill in this survey! As a follow up, would you be willing to take part in a more in-depth interview with the AURIN Outreach Team to explore some of these ideas, in particular around barriers, challenges and priorities for housing data and housing research in Australia more broadly? If yes, please enter your email in the field below. Otherwise, just click submit