CAPjournal Reader Feedback
The CAPjournal is recently moved to a new home at the IAU Office for Astronomy Outreach at the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. The CAPjournal team is always trying to improve the quality of our publication. Therefore, to better serve our readers and the broader community, we have created this questionnaire. It will take you 5 to 10 minutes to complete, and your feedback will make a big difference in future editions. Thank you!
1) What is your country?
Your answer
2) What is your age group?
3) How would you describe yourself? (check all that apply)
4) Have you ever submitted your work to CAPjournal?
5) How do you first hear that a new issue of CAPjournal is released?
6) In what format do you read CAPjournal?
7) How much of CAPjournal content do you usually read per issue?
8) Based on your experience with CAPjournal, please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements:
Strongly agree
Agree
Neither Agree nor Disagree
Disagree
Strongly Disagree
I feel engaged by all the content presented
I am exposed to new research & applications
It is relevant for the dissemination of best practices in the community
It gives me new ideas to implement on my field of work
CAP Journal peer-review component add a key importance
9) Please evaluate the following aspects of CAPjournal:
Excellent
Good
Average
Poor
Very Poor
Content covered in astronomy communication
Quality of writing
Design and layout
Distribution
10) What type of CAPjournal articles do you prefer?
Very Little
2
3
4
Very Much
I don't know
News
Explained in 60 Seconds
Announcement
Best Practices
Research & Applications
Column
Review
11) How would you rate CAPjournal overall?
Very Poor
Excellent
12) What do you like the most about the CAPjournal?
Your answer
13) Is there anything about CAPjournal you think we could do better?
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14) Please share any additional comments you might have regarding CAPjournal.
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