ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base User Experience Survey
On April 26-27, 2018, the Bergen Electronic Literature Research Group will be hosting a symposium focused on the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base http://elmcip.net/knowledgebase , which is now 8 years old and includes more than 12,000 records of works of electronic literature, critical writing about e-lit, authors, publishers, organizations, events, and databases and archives related to electronic literature. We are gathering feedback from authors and researchers who have used the KB. This information will be used in future development of KB and to provide institutional input in applications for continued support of the open access digital humanities research database. Responses will also be discussed during a Facebook Live session on April 27th from 4-5PM E.T. which will be announced on the KB and through our Facebook group. Please join and comment during the session if you can.
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Your name (and title) *
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University affiliation (if any)
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Would you describe yourself as (select all that apply)
When did you first encounter the KB?
How did you first learn about the KB?
How do you use the KB?
How often do you use the KB?
Do you have a contributor account to the KB
Have you ever
Would you describe the experience of using the KB as a reader as
Would you describe the experience of editing records (if applicable) as
Around how many records would you say you have added or edited as a KB contributor
What form of tutorials or documentation would be of most use to you?
Testimonial -- Can you briefly describe how the KB has been useful to as a researcher, writer, reader, teacher, or student?
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User experience -- What aspects of the KB do you find most useful? What would you like to see improved?
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Wish list -- Please describe any features you would like to see in future releases of the KB:
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