Views sought on Aberdeenshire Live community information system
14th February 2012
Views are now being sought from members of the public on the Aberdeenshire Live community information system.
Aberdeenshire Live is a network of more than 50 information screens that can be found in locations across Aberdeenshire.
The system is a partnership between Aberdeenshire Council, Grampian Police and NHS Grampian. It provides information from all three of these organisations, along with news from community groups in the area.
The screens are located in a number of council offices, libraries, schools and health centres, as well as in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The system can also be accessed using public PCs in some libraries.
The third annual satisfaction survey is now underway. Once again, the results will be used to help develop future content on the system.
You can provide your feedback in a number of ways. Face-to-face surveys will be taking place at a number of Aberdeenshire Live sites over the course of the next month.
In health bases, paper copies of the survey will be available. And for the first time, you can also complete the satisfaction survey online.
The survey runs until Friday, March 16, 2012. To complete it online, please visit www.surveymonkey.com/aberdeenshirelive
If you are a non-profit-making community group, you may be able to have information carried on Aberdeenshire Live for free. Email Aberdeenshirelive@aberdeenshire.gov.uk for more information.
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