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Cape Dorset

We are interested in receiving your feedback for community-specific pages as well as the more general introductory pages. Here, the focus will be on Cape Dorset, and the sub-sections within this part of the Atlas.

Did you browse pages in the "Cape Dorset" section of the siku Atlas?

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If no, please scroll to the bottom and click "Next" to skip this page, and continue the survey based on pages that you visited.

Which sub-sections in "Cape Dorset" did you choose to learn more about?

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For ONLY those sub-pages that you selected above, how would you rate the overall navigation of the page?

 
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For ONLY those sub-pages that you explored, rate how much you feel you learned about each topic.

 
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For ONLY those sub-pages that you explored, rate how interesting you found the information included in this section.

 
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On ANY of the pages, was there anything you had problems viewing, opening, or connecting to?

Check all that apply. Please describe the issue that came up, or the link that was not working in the boxes provided.

A few more questions about the "Intro" page for Cape Dorset

The introductory page is meant to highlight the local context and importance of sea ice in Cape Dorset.

Please describe based on your own experience, or add additional information you would like to see included.

A few more questions about the "People" page for Cape Dorset

The people page is meant to profile all the community members who contributed to the siku Atlas. Many of them were interviewed for the project, helped guide researchers on sea ice trips, worked in focus groups to revise results and verify terminology, or worked as interpreters or community researchers in the project.

Do you like having this background information about all the Cape Dorset community members who contributed to this project?

Please describe, based on your response.

Would like to see other kinds of information included in the people profiles?

Please describe, based on your response.

A few more questions about the "Sea Ice Map" page for Cape Dorset

The map page is meant to show all the sea ice features and uses drawn by local community members who were interviewed as part of this project.

Would you like to see more information shown in the maps (e.g. other ice features or local ice uses)?

Please describe, based on your response.

When browsing the sea ice map, or using the database search functions on the right hand side of the map, what aspects were you most interested in?

Check all that apply, and please describe.

If you could add your own knowledge of sea ice features, travel routes, important camps, etc. to the Cape Dorset sea ice map, would you want to?

Please describe, based on your response.

A few more questions about the "Changes" page for Cape Dorset

The changes page is meant to provide an overview of local observations of sea ice change shared by community members in interviews and focus groups. This only covers observations of changes in the past, up until 2008.

Do the observations of local sea ice changes described on this page reflect your own observations or experiences of ice changes in Cape Dorset over the past 8 years?

Please describe, based on your response.

If you could add your own observations about sea ice change to this page, would you want to?

Please describe, based on your response.

A few more questions about the "Terminology" page for Cape Dorset

The terminology page is meant to describe the seasonal cycle of sea ice freezing and melting around Cape Dorset. All terminology was shared in interviews and verified in many focus groups. We use this diagram to show connections between different ice conditions, and wherever possible include audio and photo recordings of ice types. On the right hand side of the page, you can also get more information on why local elders wanted to record and share this terminology.

Do you find the audio and written Inuktitut sea ice terminology descriptions to be accurate?

Please describe, based on your response.

Would like to see other kinds of information included in the terminology diagram?

Please describe, based on your response.

If you could add your own terminology descriptions or pictures to this page, would you want to?

Please describe, based on your response.

Please describe any suggestions you have for improvements to this diagram, or other ways of teaching and learning sea ice terminology that you think could be most effective.

A few more questions about the "Floe Edge Service" page for Cape Dorset

The Floe Edge Service page is meant to describe the specific regions around Cape Dorset covered by satellite imagery, and the background of how this service was set up for the community.

Have you ever seen Floe Edge Service products posted around Cape Dorset?

Please describe (e.g. where?), based on your response.

Have you ever used satellite imagery before going out on a sea ice trip to help you evaluate ice conditions?

Please describe, based on your response.

Do you have a Floe Edge Service account?

Now that you know more about the Floe Edge Service, do you plan to get an account?