Online Reading List Survey

1. Intoduction to Information Systems: using online reading lists

 
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This short survey is intended to provide feedback about four online reading lists that have been created for your course "Introduction to Information Systems" using freely available software on the web. This work was undertaken as part of a short project funded by the University of London. Links to the reading lists are provided in Moodle.

We would welcome your opinions about the different systems. Please consider completing this survey even if you have only looked at one or two of the reading lists. The feedback will be used for our project report but comments will be anonymous. It will provide the project team with valuable information about student preferences.

The four reading lists systems we used were:
•CiteULike
•H20 Playlists
•LibraryThing
•Bibsonomy
1. How useful is an online reading list with links to the book details, compared to a paper based list or a PDF file?
2. Please rate each online reading list in terms of ease of use and appearance.
ExcellentGoodNeutralPoorVery badNo experience
CiteULike
H2O Playlists
LibraryThing
Bibsonomy
3. Please tell us about any features of the online reading lists that you like and/or find useful. Please include examples of any features included in the systems where possible. E.g. I like the book covers being visible in LibraryThing
4. Please tell us about any features in the online reading lists that you don't or don't find useful like. Please include examples of any features included in the systems where possible.
5. Please tell us if you preferred one reading list system above the others
6. Please include any further comments about any of the online reading lists in the space below.
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