E-BOOK USE

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)
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2. What is your affiliation at Johns Hopkins University (for example: Writing Seminars; School of Nursing; Whiting School dean's office; Peabody Institute)
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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.
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5. Are there any types or subjects of academic books that you prefer to read ONLINE?
6. If YES, which ones, and why?
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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?
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