Electronic books (e-books) are books that are read on any electronic device. (E-books are NOT electronic journal articles.)

Please take the survey even if you do NOT read e-books.

The results from this survey will help the library to build a better collection of e-books for you.

-- The survey is voluntary
-- There are 9 questions
-- *Required* questions are starred
-- The survey will be open through Sunday, May 6, 2012

If you have any questions, please send a note to svazakas@jhu.edu. Thank you very much!
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* 1. What is your status with JHU? (choose all that apply)

* 2. What is your affiliation at Johns Hopkins University (for example: Writing Seminars; School of Nursing; Whiting School dean's office; Peabody Institute)

* 3. What is your age?

* 4. If you have NEVER read an e-book or part of an e-book, please say why not.

The last 5 questions are about "academic" books. An "academic" book is ANY book that you use or have used for classwork, teaching, or research.

* 5. Are there any types or subjects of academic books that you prefer to read ONLINE?

* 6. If YES, which ones, and why?

* 7. Are there any types or subjects of academic books that you prefer to read in PRINT?

* 8. If YES, which ones, and why?

* 9. Do you have any questions or comments about e-books?

THANK YOU! To enter our drawing for one of five $10 gift cards from Chipotle, click here and enter your e-mail (which will be kept confidential). And don't forget to come back to this page and click DONE!

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