* 1. Please provide your information

* 2. What languages do you work in?

* 3. What are your areas of interest/ research

* 4. How would you describe your category of research? Your answers here will help us to connect you with other researchers. (choose as many as apply)

* 5. Please provide up to 10 links or complete citations to published work

* 6. Below are some resources suggested by survey respondents that might be useful to other jazz researchers.
• Jazzresearch.net
• Criticalimprov.com
• Improvcommunity.ca
• Jazz 88 Playlist Archive
• Filius Jazz Archive at Hamilton College (USA)
• Australian Jazz Archives
• Old Time Radio Catalog
• Lord Discography, Rutgers Institute for Jazz Studies (USA)
• Jazz Research Journal

Please recommend other good resources for jazz researchers with a short description and link if possible.

* 7. From your perspective, what are current important research questions/ issues for jazz as an art form?

* 8. What kind of research initiatives would you like to see from the Jazz Education Network?

* 9. Any other comments?

* 10. Would you like to be added to a directory of jazz researchers published by JEN?

* 11. Would you be interested in becoming an active member of the JEN Research Committee?

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