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  • Survey: Most parents are against arming teachers

    Most parents are against arming teachers. Instead, they would prefer metal detectors, armed police officers, and mental-health screening to keep their kids safe at school, a new survey finds. The annual Phi Delta Kappa poll found just 27% of parents with children in grades K-12 believe their child’s school could deter an attack. An overwhelming number of parents support mental health screenings of all students, armed police in schools, and metal detectors at entrances, the poll found. Support...
  • Customer Experience Surveys? They Don't Have to be a Pain.

    Here are some strategies for getting customers to offer up the information you really need, about their experience.

  • Mansfield Garbage Collection Survey

    The Mansfield City Council is considering two options for the city's solid waste contract renewal - one of which would shift trash pick up to once-a-week using carts.
  • Drones survey African wildlife

    A new technique developed by Swiss researchers enables fast and accurate counting of gnu, oryx and other large mammals living in wildlife reserves. Drones are used to remotely photograph wilderness areas, and the images are then analysed using object recognition software and verified by humans. The work is reported in a paper published in the journal Remote Sensing of Environment.
  • Survey: How are you using images and video in your campaigns?

    As visual media continues to conquer the web, technologies such as image recognition are becoming increasingly important tools for marketers. Are you making the most of images and videos in these changing times? Take this quick survey, and you’ll receive a free Starbucks gift card upon completion. Sponsored by GumGum. The post Survey: How are you using images and video in your campaigns? appeared first on Digiday.
  • GamesBeat reader survey — What are you interested in reading from us?

    Hello, readers. GamesBeat would like to ask you for a favor: Please tell us a bit about who you are and what you like — or more important, don’t like — about our current coverage by responding to the survey below. We’re taking a gander at how we cover the business, innovation, and technology of […]