CORDIS is the European Commission's primary portal for results of EU-funded research projects.  
Based on our repository of project factsheets and reports from the EU's framework programmes, we aim to repackage the outputs from recent FP7 and Horizon 2020 projects into multilingual News, Results in Brief, Results Packs and the research*eu magazines to support the dissemination and exploitation of research results by specialised audiences.
In order to improve CORDIS on a continuous basis, we would like your opinion about current and future services and content. 
Answering this survey should not take you more than ten minutes. All completed surveys will remain strictly confidential and will only be used for the purpose of improving the CORDIS services.
Thank you for your assistance.

  1. 1. Which of the following best describes your type of organisation?

  2. 2. How would you define your role in your organisation?

  3. 3. For how long have you been using CORDIS?

  4. 4. How often do you use CORDIS?

  5. 5. Please rank your top 3 interests for CORDIS content:

    Project factsheets (information about EU-funded research projects)
    Report summaries (result reports submitted by projects)
    Results in Brief (multilingual summaries of project results)
    Results Packs (thematic collection of recent research results targeted to a particular audience)
    research*eu results magazine (monthly selection of results in paper and electronic formats)
    research*eu focus magazine (ad-hoc magazine on specific topics)
    News (newsworthy results from ongoing projects)
    Events (involving ongoing projects)
  6. 6. Please rank your top 3 services of interest when using CORDIS:

    CORDIS Wire (to contribute to CORDIS news and events)
    Open Data Portal (reusable datasets of projects from the CORDIS repository)
    Partners (collaborative networking platform)
    Notifier (E-mail notification service)
    RSS feeds
    CORDIS Help Desk
  7. 7. Do you use mobile devices for professional purposes?

  8. 8. If yes, do you use a mobile device to access the CORDIS website?

  9. 9. Are you aware of the new CORDIS Results Packs (thematic collections of exploitable research results for specialised audiences)?

    A Results Pack is a collection of multilingual articles about projects' research outputs targeted to a particular audience in order to provide them with a 'round up' of results on a specific theme. Results are collected from a wide range of cross-cutting areas in the relevant theme.
  10. 10. Would you find it useful to have a CORDIS Result Pack in your domain?

  11. 11. If yes, please specify your domain:

  12. 12. What information do you consider necessary to be able to exploit research results?

  13. 13. In what format and medium would you prefer to get a Results Pack?

  14. 14. Do you use social media for professional use?

  15. 15. Which social media and networks do you use professionally?

  16. 16. How do you rate the CORDIS website in terms of the following criteria?

    Please rate from 0 (Poor) to 10 (Excellent) or "No opinion"

    No opinion
    Visual appeal
    User friendliness (ease of use)
    Structure of the website
    Quality of content
    Quantity of content
    Speed and performance
  17. 17. Overall, how satisfied are you with CORDIS?

    Please rate from 0 (Very dissatisfied) to 10 (Very satisfied) or "No opinion"

    No opinion
    Very dissatisfied
    Neither dissatisfied nor satisfied
    Very satisfied
  18. 18. Please let us know your suggestions or comments so we can further improve CORDIS content and services.

  19. 19. Would you be prepared to participate in further surveys and testing of CORDIS content and services?

This survey is anonymous unless you choose to disclose any personal data. Each reply will be assigned a random processing number to avoid collecting any technical identification of participants. The data controller certifies that the above information is correct and guarantees that the results will be used in an aggregated form that will not allow the identification of individuals within a response category. All completed surveys will remain strictly confidential and will only be used for the purpose of improving CORDIS. If you received the invitation to participate in this survey by e-mail, your details were retrieved from your CORDIS user registration, your research*eu magazine subscription or your answer to last year's survey.