* 1. What type of student are you?

* 2. How often do you visit ams.org?

* 3. What is (usually) your purpose for visiting?

* 4. Do you usually bookmark the pages you frequent, navigate from the AMS homepage, or come to the website through a search engine?

* 5. When navigating the AMS website, what information do you have trouble finding?

* 6. How does the AMS "Information for Students" page (http://www.ams.org/profession/student) meet/ not meet your expectations as a student visiting the website?

* 7. What could we add to the Information for Students page (and/or AMS website) to make it more useful to you?

* 8. How does ams.org serve you as you transition from school to career?

* 9. Do you use ams.org author resources? (http://www.ams.org/publications/authors/authors)

* 10. How would you rate the AMS website as a resource for mathematics students? Please explain in the comment box.

* 11. If you are a member, how would you rate the AMS website as a resource for members?

* 12. How do you keep up with mathematics news? Are you signed up for Headlines & Deadlines for Students? Do you subscribe to any AMS RSS feeds?

(http://www.ams.org/about-us/rss)
(http://www.ams.org/news/student-enews/news-for-students)

* 13. What online social networks do you use?

* 14. Through what social networks do you follow the AMS?

* 15. Do you use online social networking to connect with the math community? What social media do you use professionally?

* 16. Please share any other feedback about ams.org.

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