Online connectivity has been more important than ever during the current global health crisis. It has meant that many businesses have been able to continue to operate from outside of the office, loved ones have been able to stay in touch, and much-needed information has been readily available.
However, for rural, regional and isolated communities, online connectivity has always been important as many people live, work and operate remotely or in small communities; but unfortunately it is not always accessible for a number of reasons.
Regional Arts NSW together with the Regional Arts Development Organisations is now providing you with the opportunity to share anonymous information on the level and outreach of online connectivity you experience in your regional area.
The purpose of the survey is to collect data to assist us to develop a submission for the Federal Government’s Inquiry into the business case for the NBN. If you would like to make your own submission or find out more about the Inquiry, you can do so here.
We encourage you to share your first-hand experience by completing this short survey, as your feedback will be paramount in helping us try to make a difference to your ability to work regionally, but connect globally.
This survey will close midnight on Thursday 3 September.