Lakes Hub Bulletin Survey July 2013
The purpose of the Lakes Hub Bulletin survey is to:
- Confirm that the Lakes Hub Bulletin increases community resilience
- To collect data from users as to the effectiveness of the Bulletin
- Enable Lakes Hub staff to make changes/improvements to better meet the needs of Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth (CLLMM) Community
In the period July 2012 to June 2013 there were 50 bulletins produced.
The Lakes Hub mailing list had 270 subscribers at the beginning of the reporting period and 300 at the end (but we know that the bulletin is forwarded on to many more people through other email networks).
64 people (21%) responded to the survey, an increase of 6% on 2012 survey.
As indicators of resilience the survey measures levels of community connectedness, knowledge and participation in relation to CLLMM and Lakes Hub programs.
 We define community resilience as the ability of a community to adapt to both internal and external social, economic, and environmental pressures to emerge stronger and more resourceful.
To View Survey Summary click here: Draft Bulletin Survey Results 2013
To View Survey Full Results click here: Google Summary of Responses 2013