ATLA survey about information findability

The American Theological Library Association invites the Australian theological research community to participate in a survey aimed at finding out how readers find and access journals and books online.

The survey is being carried out by Simon Inger and Tracy Gardner, consultants to the scholarly publishing community, and follows on from work undertaken in 2005, 2008 and 2012. This study will allow the consultants to report on trends in reader behavior and the main survey findings will once again be made publicly available.

At the end of the survey you will be redirected to a separate site where you can optionally enter our prize draw to win one of three $100 Amazon vouchers and optionally elect to receive by email a copy of the findings of this survey.

The survey should take no more than 9 minutes to complete. All responses are given anonymously and no tracking devices are used.

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This survey has been supported by the following organizations: Annual Reviews, American Theological Library Association (ATLA), The Bone & Joint Journal, Brill, Cambridge University Press, The IET, The JAMA Network/American Medical Association (AMA), OECD, Publishing Technology, Sage, and Wiley.