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Contact information

In case we have any questions about your responses, we’d like to be able to get back to you.

Name:
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Getting to know you

This is some demographic data to assist in our analysis of the interface’s effectiveness or different user groups.

How experienced are you with computers?
No experience
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Expert
How experienced are you with the internet?
No experience
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Expert
How experienced are you with wikis, especially editing them?
No experience
Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Expert
How often do you use wikis? This includes both reading and editing.
Rarely
Seldom
Occasionally
Weekly
Daily

Interface feedback

Here, we’d like your thoughts about the good and (especially) the bad things about the interface.

How does it feel to edit a wiki using wiki markup (the&bsp;”source code”)?
I’ve never used wiki markup
Frustrating
Difficult
Okay
Easy
Very easy
How did editing this wiki feel qualitatively, using the normal (WYSIWYG) mode?
Frustrating
Difficult
Okay
Easy
Very easy
How does the interface compare to editing another wiki (ex: Wikipedia) using wiki markup?
It’s much harder
It’s harder
It’s about the same
It’s easier
It’s much easier

Open-ended questions

What do you like about the interface?
What didn’t you like about the interface?
Did you have any problems finding specific buttons? If so, what should that/those buttons look like, and where should they be placed, and why?
Of the buttons/functions that you used, did they all do what you expected them to do? If not, which buttons were they, what did you expect them to do, and what did they actually do?
What one part of the interface did you find to be the worst designed? Why?
Any other comments?

Finishing up

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