MadSci Feedback Questionnaire

Please help us out by taking a few moments to answer some questions!!. The information you provide will be very helpful concerning how we continue to organize and maintain the MadSci site. This questionnaire is *anonymous*. You do not need to provide any identifying information. It should take 2-3 minutes to fill out.
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What was your reason for visiting our site?
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What are the best/least useful aspects of our site?

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