Karen Ogilvie wants to hear your opinion

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We talk a lot at Education in Chemistry about CPD – how you can learn about current best practice and apply it in your own teaching. Well, we need CPD, too.

To effectively support your chemistry teaching, we need to keep up to date, not just in chemistry education but in publishing methods that ensure we give you the content you really need, in a way you find useful.

To do this, we’re asking for your help. We need to hear your opinions about what EiC means to you.

Do you read EiC in print, on the website, on our app? Which articles do you like? What would you like to see more of? What articles don’t we publish that you wish we would? What does it mean to you to receive a printed copy of every issue? 

The answers to these questions will help us to shape EiC so that it brings you what you need when you need it.

Make your opinion count and fill in our 2016 reader survey here. Your answers will help us to review the content we currently offer and deliver it in a way that suits you best.

It will only take a few minutes, and we will select three lucky winners to receive a £50 Amazon voucher. 

The survey is open now and closes at the end of May. If you would like to contribute more, please tick the box at the end of the survey, and one of our team might contact you.

I look forward to sharing the results with you – please tell your friends and colleagues.

Take the EiC reader survey now

Take part for a chance to win a £50 Amazon voucher