The survey is now closed. Here is a link to the pages of the original questionnaire.


Survey outline:

What are the processes behind scholarly authorship: why publishing, in what form, and with which motivations? Contribute to LAHP/AHRC-funded research and help identify the needs of researchers regarding publishing services and research assessments, if you:

… are a researcher in the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, or a neighbouring field
… are working in the UK or Germany
… have 8 minutes to spare on an anonymous online questionnaire

All results will be made available through Open Access publications. This survey is part of a study conducted by Marcel Knöchelmann at University College London’s Department of Information Studies. If you’d like to find out more, don’t hesitate to contact me. You’ll find my contact details at the end of this survey. This survey will be open until 27. July 2018.

I greatly appreciate your participation.

 

This survey is now closed after reaching more than 1,000 participants – many thanks to all who have participated. If you have thoughts on the topic or want to leave a comment, please do reach out to me via marcel.knochelmann.15atucl.ac.uk. There will be a round of qualitative interviews following up to this survey, if you think you’re within the scope of this research (as outlined above), please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’m curious to hear your experiences and perspectives on the topic.

 

Thanks for your support! 

 

Share this survey with your colleagues

Copy the following message and send it to your colleagues to  ensure all perspectives are included:


English Version

Dear Colleague,

A Doctoral Researcher at University College London’s Department of Information Studies is currently conducting a census survey that aims to identify key aspects of authorship in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences in the UK and Germany: Why publishing, and with which motivations, and how are research assessments affecting and open access scholarly communications?

Your perspective counts: take the survey today. All results of this AHRC-funded research will be made available through Open Access publications. The survey is anonymous, and completion takes only about 8 minutes. Go to: lepublikateur.de/survey

If you have more questions regarding the survey or the research behind it, please do reach out to Marcel at ucl.ac.uk/dis/people/knochelmann.

I greatly appreciate your support—many thanks in advance.

With kind regards

 


Deutsche Version

Liebe Kollegin, lieber Kollege,

University College Londons Department of Information Studies führt zur Zeit eine Zensusstudie zum Thema wissenschaftliche Kommunikation in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften in Großbritannien und Deutschland durch: Worauf werden Entscheidungen basiert, warum wird publiziert, mit welchen Motivationen und wie beeinflussen Impact-Evaluationen und Open Access die Kommunikation?

Deine Perspektive zählt—fülle den Onlinefragebogen jetzt aus. Die Ergebnisse der vom britischen Arts and Humanities Research Council geförderten Studie werden als Open Access-Publikationen öffentlich zugänglich gemacht. Die Studie wird anonym durchgeführt und zur Beantwortung sind nur etwa acht Minuten notwendig. Zum Fragebogen:  lepublikateur.de/survey

Falls Du weitere Fragen bezüglich der Studie oder der Forschung dahinter hast, hier gibt es mehr Infos (ucl.ac.uk/dis/people/knochelmann).

Vielen Dank für Deine Unterstützung.

Mit herzlichen Grüßen

 


Share the poster for the authorship survey

Authorship Humanities Social Sciences Poster

 

 

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