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I have officially gotten my pilot off the ground and checked out three Kindles to students today from the library. They have returned a user agreement (see attachment) acknowledging their responsibilities and liability should something happen to the device, and I have a growing hold list of students. I am only checking out the Kindles to students who are participating in our Battle of the Books and have only loaded those titles.
As students bring the Kindles back, I would like to have them complete a survey on their reading experiences: their impressions, the features they used, whether they felt that they read faster or slower or more or less, etc. Have any of you ever conducted such a survey or have some ideas about questions to include? I have started this Kindle pilot as part of my professional growth option this year, so I need to produce some data! Thanks for your thoughts.