Skeptical Science reader survey - your chance to give us your feedback!
Posted on 15 September 2015 by BaerbelW
Update: Our survey was closed on Sept. 22 - thanks to all of you who participated!
Since its inception in 2007 Skeptical Science has changed quite a lot and many resources have been added over the years. Our "Welcome to Skeptical Science" post gives a rough overview of which resources have been made available by John Cook and the dedicated team of volunteers from across the globe.
Many of the resources and features have been added because we hoped that they would be useful for you - our readers - and many of the comments you share - or the emails you write - are an indication that this is in fact the case. But, we'd like to dig deeper and get a better handle on which features are the most valuable for you or where we can improve Skeptical Science's content. This is why we put together the Skeptical Science Reader Survey (as of Sept. 22 the survey has been closed):
The survey shouldn't take longer than 5 to 10 minutes to complete. You'll find questions about which sections of Skeptical Science you regularly visit and how valuable you find them.
Most questions ask for feedback via a scale from 0 to 5 like the ones for blog posts shown on the left.
But, we also included free text questions where you can provide additional feedback about the resources or Skeptical Science in general.
So, thanks for taking our survey and helping us to make Skeptical Science better!
Here is the link to the survey: Skeptical Science Reader Survey