Finding content in The Indexer survey
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The Indexer: the International Journal of Indexing is conducting a survey about how readers find content in the back issues of the journal. The survey investigates indexes produced specifically for The Indexer and other finding aids available through external databases.
The survey consists of general questions and a few optional practical exercises designed to help you explore options for finding content in back issues of the journal. Before you embark on the survey, you will probably find it helpful to open a separate tab to do these, especially The Indexer indexes: https://www.theindexer.org/indexes/
and The Indexer on the Liverpool University Press website:
If you need to leave the survey webpages at times to answer the practical exercises, you can return to the survey afterwards without losing data you have submitted (click 'save and return later').
If you have any questions about the survey or problems completing it, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is not your usual survey! We hope you have fun doing it.
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