Published: 15/12/2021   2022-01-12

Online promotion of the Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine (results of user’s survey study)

AffiliationNASU Institute of Encyclopedic Research, Kyiv, Ukraine
Email: mykola@esu.com.ua

DOI: 10.37068/evu.13.3

Abstract

The article is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of beginning the Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine (EMU), the first volume of which was published in 2001. On this occasion, scholars of NASU Institute of Encyclopedic Research conducted a sociological study of people that are being used the online version of the EMU. In this article, the author presents the results of this study processed by methods of statistical analysis, and offers some discussions based on the results. Acquired information is important for the further progression of the EMU on the Internet, because it allows getting feedback from encyclopedia users.

Keywords: Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine, online encyclopedia, encyclopedia users, online poll, sociological study.


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