As part of a much bigger research (see COMMUNICATION), I selected 21 universities worldwide, which got via Twitter two easy questions: “Does your university have a building, which is indicated by the letter "Q"? And what is the main activity in that building?” There was no use of hashtags, because that might be of influence of the reader of the tweet. Nothing could be concluded that it would be a test with facts, how the university communicates with the outside world. About the result I am not at all surprised, but you can read about it in the larger study, which I will publish later this year.
Why a question about a Q-building? I see such a building as a form of communication with professors, students and the public, and so it would be useful if every university, or cooperation of universities, could have one. Fortunately, there are universities that have access to such a building.
Just a word about the schedule: DATE is of course the date, hereby I like to use year-month-day; UNIVERSITY is the university's name; RANKING gives the order in which answers came in; RESPONSE whether a response is received "V" or "X"; EXTRA means more personal contact was there from the university to me.
In fact, I can say that the question was not important, but the reaction all the more.