Collaborative Journalism Summit event survey What did you think of the Collaborative Journalism Summit? We'd like to get your thoughts on the conference. We build all of our events around the goal of providing a valuable and rewarding experience, so your feedback is important! * 1. Why did you attend the conference? To learn about collaborative journalism. To network. To get ideas on how to improve my collaborative projects. Because I was a presenter or panelist. Because I was a sponsor. To hear a specific panel or presentation. (Please note which one below in the "Other" field) Other (please specify) * 2. Did the conference meet your expectations? Why or why not? * 3. What would you like to see done differently at future conferences? (Mark as many choices as you want.) Conference location Food Structure of panels Panel topics Cost of conference Registration process Transportation and/or parking None of the above -- everything was great Other (please be specific) * 4. Do you feel like you understand the mission and resources of the Center for Cooperative Media better after the conference? Why or why not? * 5. How did you hear about the Collaborative Journalism Summit? (Mark as many choices as you want) From an email from the Center for Cooperative Media Direct outreach from a staffer at the Center for Cooperative Media From social media From a colleague or friend From the Center for Cooperative Media's website Other (please specify) * 6. What were your favorite topics or panels at the summit? (Mark as many choices as you want) Google News Lab presentation Panama Papers keynote Rita Allen Foundation open call announcement Research session: A look at local/national partnerships (Tim Griggs) Research session: A look at nonprofit/commercial pairings (Jason Alcorn) Panel on Pain Points: What makes collaboration hard and how to address it Panel on Organizations that live to partner Lightning talks: Case studies of collaborative journalism and reporting projects Panel on Building platforms and systems that make collaboration easier Friday morning breakout session: Creating equitable partnerships Friday morning breakout session: How can we involve freelancers and independent journalists in collaborative projects? Friday morning breakout session: How to leverage partnership to create a sustainable business model Research: Comparing models of collaborative journalism (Sarah Stonbely) Panel on Cooperative news networks: Different ways to conceive, build and grow them Other (please specify) * 7. What topics were not covered that you wanted to discuss? * 8. What did you find most valuable about the conference? * 9. How would you rate your experience at the Collaborative Journalism Summit? * 10. We want to build out www.collaborativejournalism.org as a resource for collaborative journalism. What could we put on that site that would be most useful to you? * 11. Any other feedback for us? * 12. Your name (optional) All done!