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Thursday, 1st July 2010

Survey Time: Google Wants Your Opinions Re: Google Books

A new survey is linked near the top of the Google Books homepage or here's a direct link to the survey.

Several questions ask you to rate x on a scale, others are open ended, and some request info about when you first used Google Books, if you're a student, how often you use the service, if you're a e-book reader (and the tools you use to read them) etc. The list of options does not ask if you are or are not a user of library services.

There are also a couple of optional questions. One asks what you "like best" about Google Books while another wants to know if you found anything unappealing or frustrating about the service and what new features you would like to see.

You must be at least 18 to complete the survey (or at least that's what they would like) and it concludes with an option to provide an e-mail address, "regarding your feedback or for future user research opportunities?"

Source: Google Books

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