New online tool helps researchers crowdsource, analyze COVID-19 stories
(Desert Research Institute) As the number of people and communities impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to grow, a group of social scientists has turned their attention to collecting the stories emerging out of this pandemic. Using an approach that combines short narratives and responses to questions about people's experiences with COVID-19, Spryng.io, the Human Systems Dynamics Institute, and the Desert Research Institute (DRI) have launched an online tool for people to share their COVID-19 stories.
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