The Soundscapes of the York Mystery Plays - Interactive Interface

The interactive interface for The Soundscapes of the York Mystery Plays in its original form was first developed as part of the British Academy project of the same name.  The interface this survey refers to is the one resulting from further developments thanks to Priming Funds from the University of York for the project 'The Soundscapes of the York Mystery Plays: Gamifying Aural History'.

The project looks into exploring how research on medieval soundscapes and acoustics linked to the York Mystery Plays can be conveyed to the general public, while at the same time providing connections with the modern experiences of organising the plays. We have now made the interface live and would love to hear from you as to what works and what new/different features you'd like added.

The estimated completion time for the survey is 10 minutes.

The data collected in this survey will be analysed and the results disseminated through conference presentations, publications and public engagement events. All data will be reported anonymously.

I will not be collecting any information that would make participants identifiable, either directly through asking for names or indirectly by asking for information that could lead to them being identified, so your participation is anonymous.

By submitting this survey you are providing consent to participate in this study.

If you'd like to know more about the project and the results, please email mariana.lopez@york.ac.uk.

Thanks!
Mariana Lopez

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* 1. How did you find out about The Soundscapes of the York Mystery Plays?

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* 2. Did you experience the first version of the interface?

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* 3. What led you to try out this new version of the interface?

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* 4. What did you like the  most?

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* 5. What did you like the least?

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* 6. How engaging did you find the interface?

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* 7. What's your opinion on this latest version of the interface when compared to the previous version? You can access a demo of what the previous interface used to be like here.

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* 8. Any other comments?

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* 9. Age

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* 10. Profession

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