Publication: Indigenous Knowledge (IK) Notes Survey
The present edition of IK Notes asks the reader to provide feedback, and assess the contribution the publication has made to their related work. The intention is to learn about perceptions of IK Notes, and the role of Indigenous Knowledge in development. The survey is divided into two parts; both consist of short segments with multiple-choice responses. The first part covers the issue of how to evaluate IK Notes, and asks about the role it plays in the reader's work. The second part of the survey asks to provide an assessment of the importance of Indigenous Knowledge in development processes. The survey aims at learning about the role IK plays in the reader's work, and, places questions such as: Do you integrate indigenous practices in your work? And if so, did it change the outcome of your work?
Link to Data Set
“Rueger, Claudia. 2006. Indigenous Knowledge (IK) Notes Survey. Indigenous Knowledge (IK) Notes; No. 90. © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://hdl.handle.net/10986/10744 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.”