Bulletin, Book Series, Blogs, Digital Projects

The GHI, a center for advanced historical research, has several publications, blogs, and digital projects to foster its mission of connecting historical scholars. We are engaged in long-term planning of our publications program. We seek feedback to determine the publications and projects you have found useful and what we could do more of to better serve your professional needs.

All data collected will be used exclusively in connection with the survey.

The survey should take about 9 minutes to complete.

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* 1. What is your country of residence?

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* 2. What is your native language?

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* 3. How did you find the survey today?

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* 4. What are the primary ways through which you find out about new publications in your field ?

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* 5. In what capacity do you primarily use the publications, blogs, and digital projects of the GHI?

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* 6. On a scale of 1 to 10, how familiar are you with the following publications?

The Bulletin of the German Historical Institute https://www.ghi-dc.org/publications/bulletin

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* 7. Book series Publications of the German Historical Institute, Cambridge University Press https://www.ghi-dc.org/publications/publications-of-the-german-historical-institute

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* 8. Book series Transatlantische Historische Studien, Steiner Verlag
https://www.ghi-dc.org/publications/ths

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* 9. Book series Studies in German History, Berghahn Books

https://www.ghi-dc.org/publications-1/studies-in-german-history

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* 10. Blog History of Knowledge

https://historyofknowledge.net

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* 11. Blog Migrant Knowledge

https://migrantknowledge.org

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* 12. Blog Href: A Link to Digitized Primary Source Projects in German and Global History

https://href.hypotheses.org

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* 13. Digital Project German History in Documents and Images

http://germanhistorydocs.ghi-dc.org

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* 14. Digital Project German History Intersections

https://germanhistory-intersections.org

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* 15. Digital Project German Heritage in Letters

https://germanletters.org

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* 16. Which of the GHI's publications and digital offerings listed above have you read or utilized in the past two years? Check all that apply.

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* 17. Which have you used most often, and in what capacity?

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* 18. Which GHI publications, blogs, or projects have shaped your own work? In what ways?

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* 19. If you are a researcher/scholar, which of these offerings would you be most likely to contribute to? Check up to three.

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* 20. What do you think the GHI could do to prompt people to contribute to its blogs? What would contributing mean for you or your research?

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* 21. If you subscribe to the Bulletin, how do you access it?

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* 22. If you receive the Bulletin in print, to what extent does this increase the likelihood that you will read it on a scale of 1 to 10? If you do not receive it in print, leave this question blank.

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* 23. Some of the books in the GHI's book series are available via Open Access, such as several titles in Transatlantische Historische Studien. Have you ever accessed one of our books online in this way?

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* 24. If so, how would you assess the search functionality of the online publications? Is it adequate for your research purposes, or are there ways we could improve it?

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* 25. The GHI is considering purchasing more Open Access licenses for our print publications. On a scale of 1 to 10, how much would Open Access increase the likelihood that you would utilize our books? Please indicate this for each series.

Cambridge series Publications of the German Historical Institute

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* 26. Berghahn series Studies in German History

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* 27. What changes, if any, would you like to see in the GHI publication program? Do you have any suggestions--be they changes to our existing formats or completely new venues-- for how GHI publications could better serve your professional needs?

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