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Jane Johnson

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Date Joined: 23rd August 2012
Gender: Female
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Chapters: England > Oxfordshire > Henley-On-Thames
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IOPS Non-member Survey Results

This blog was co-authored by Lambert Meertens and Jane Johnson.    The survey to investigate why people sympathetic to the aims of IOPS might choose not to join is now complete.  The results of the first 100 responses have been…

Non-Member Survey - Update

This blog was co-authored by Lambert Meertens and Jane Johnson. The survey for non-member visitors to our website has been up now for 9 months. In that time we have collected 62 fully-filled out questionnaires. We aim to reach 100 responses…

Non-member survey – very preliminary results

This blog was co-authored by Lambert Meertens and Jane Johnson. The survey for non-member visitors to our website has been up now for eight weeks.  In that time there have been 15 respondents, too few for any meaningful statistical…

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Translating IOPS

A project to take the ideas of IOPS, chew them over and make them more accessible and pertinent for people that we would like to join or just like :)   So - We like IOPS, we think it is important…

Michael Albert European IOPS Speaking tour

This November Michael Albert will be travelling to Europe for an IOPS speaking tour. It's a unique chance for IOPS members in Europe to arouse interest for IOPS and at the same time learn how to become…

Michael Albert Speaking Tour - U.K - October 2012

Michael Albert will be in England from Friday 26th to Tuesday 30th October as part of a wider speaking tour across Europe. See European Project. Please join this project if you wish to help coordinate…

Improving the Joining Process (completed)

The recently published IOPS Non-Member Survey Report ended with four conclusions, two of which were: ● We need to be more explicit how prospective members will be able to contribute concretely towards…