Do you like data in a table? In a tweet? In a speech? Do you like the numbers in a box? Do you like them with a fox? http://t.co/RrcMhcSsQh— Roni Zeiger (@rzeiger) December 6, 2013
Susannah Fox asks for feedback on the numerous reports and infographics Pew has produced. Fox is particularly interested in whether a compilation of health reports would be useful.
I admit, I'm a Pew fan. But that's not why I'm interested in Fox's questions. I'm interested in how people access and use information because I 1) want to learn and 2) am in the information-sharing business and want and need to do better.
What are your thoughts on Fox's questions:
How do you hear about new research? Do you tune in right away, when it’s first published, or later? What format do you find useful — tweets, slides, videos, infographics, fact sheets, reports? How about these blog posts I write and the conversations that ensue? What do you find valuable?