The following survey sponsored by the History of Science Society asks about how you are using digital media, services, tools, and resources. We will make the results widely available in order to encourage new projects and collaborative endeavors aimed at making a better digital research space for historians of science and allied scholars.

If you are a student, researcher, teacher, librarian, curator, or other interested scholar, we welcome your comments.

The questionnaire has three parts: (I) Demographic questions; (II) Questions for all scholars about digital research practices; and (III) Questions for users of IsisCB Explore, the Isis Bibliography, and the HSTM Database (which is optional for non-users).

It should take you about 10-15 minutes to complete.

At the end of the survey, you will find a link allowing you to enter your name in a drawing for a gift.

Thank you for participating.

Stephen P. Weldon, Editor, Isis Bibliography of the History of Science
Kathleen Sheppard, Associate Professor, Missouri S&T
Margaret Gaida, PhD, History of Science, University of Oklahoma

There are no risks or benefits associated with completing the survey. Participation in this study is voluntary. If you decide to participate, you may choose to quit at any time. We do not ask for your name, but if you give any identifying information in the comment fields, we will not include that information in any published reports. Research records will be stored securely and only approved researchers will have access to the full records. If you have concerns or complaints about the research, Stephen Weldon, who is conducting this study, can be contacted at 405-255-5187 or spweldon@ou.edu.