JLSS Survey

I went to look at the news on the JLSS site, and decided I’d agree to take part in the survey – I thought I might be able to give some feedback about the removal of the Library / research area, and why it should be redesigned. After all, it did say “We would greatly appreciate it if you could complete a short survey to help us improve the Journal website. Click here to have your say”…

Instead, I got presented with the most random of surveys:

Erm…hello?
Exactly what has my home ownership status, and my hot beverage choice got to do with the website redesign, and the missing Library usefulness?!?

Is someone there taking the pee? Were they scrambling to find a way to fill up SurveyMonkeys default setting of 10 questions, and threw in the tea/coffee option?

Come on JLSS, you did an otherwise great redesign of the website (we’re ignoring the Library ‘thing’ for just now), can you please not let it all down at the end with a silly, unfocussed survey?!

Author: Jennie

Law, libraries, books, crafts, and general geekery.

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