You’re invited to tell us your thoughts on the HSTM magazine, Viewpoint (even if you don’t read it!) by completing a very quick survey.
Many of you will be familiar with Viewpoint, the colour magazine of the British Society for the History of Science, as contributors, readers, or both. Launched in its present form in 2006, it appears as an A4-format publication aimed at a broad readership, featuring articles, opinions, reviews and interviews addressing the history of science, technology and medicine, and drawing on the Society’s Outreach and Education activities. It is sent to subscribing libraries, museums, educational organisations and sent for free to BSHS members, and digital copies are available (after a short delay from the print copy) on the BSHS website.
Viewpoint is more than 10 years old now, and we’d like to find out what you think we’re doing well, and what we could improve. You can help to shape the future of Viewpoint by telling us what you think in just 6 multiple choice questions (plus a box for any other comments) – if you’re not yet a reader, you can still tell us what you think a HSTM magazine should be (and take a look at the digital copies above if you’re interested!).