The cmlibrary (the local public library, I am not affiliated with them), uses a bar across the top of the page to ask for their annual survey.
Asst. Head of IT Services
Charlotte United Christian Academy
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From: "Ron Gilmour" <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: 6/2/2014 1:15 PM
To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Online site feedback or usability surveys?
At Ithaca College, we did a quick user survey that employed a pop-up. It
was up for a couple days and then I took it down because we got an email
complaining that it was annoying. By that time, we already had about 150
responses, so we actually got some decent data, but I don't plan on using a
Web Services Librarian
Ithaca College Library
On Mon, Jun 2, 2014 at 1:05 PM, Josh Wilson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Has anyone implemented an online feedback or usability form that you'd
> consider successful? "Successful" as in, generated at least some minimally
> useful responses while remaining unobtrusive to users?
> I'm being asked about getting such a thing going on our library and digital
> collections sites. But I'm hesitant on the value. All the examples of this
> kind of thing that I've seen (e.g. various flavors of pop-up) or that have
> been suggested seem annoying, or will be ignored, or will be annoying AND
> Ideally I'd like to hear about:
> 1. Ways of gathering online feedback that have worked
> 2. Ways of gathering online feedback that have definitively NOT worked
> Thanks for your thoughts!