The survey is available at: http://www.episcopalchurch.org/elosurvey
The results of the survey will be instrumental in future communications strategies and Episcopal Life Online services.
"This fall we will begin intensive communication strategy work," explained Anne Rudig, director of communication for The Episcopal Church. "The results of the Episcopal Life Online survey along with other studies and research will play an important role in the direction of communication strategies and implementation."
The survey asks a series of 23 questions, focusing on reader satisfaction and suggestions on both content and design.
Deadline for survey responses is October 2, 2009.
Launched in March 2007, Episcopal Life Online offers the latest coverage in breaking news, in-depth features, opinions, columns and reporting from throughout The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.
The mission statement of Episcopal Life Online provides an overview of its services: "For members, seekers and observers who want to know more about the wider Episcopal Church or who want to learn more about the Episcopal faith and order, Episcopal Life Online is an information stream offering timely and well-researched reporting, analysis and commentary. Episcopal Life Online's overall content offers the historic and contemporary contexts surrounding today's issues and reflects a range of voices beyond that of its sponsoring institution."
The Episcopal Church, with 110 dioceses in 16 nations, is a member province of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
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