eLENA user survey

The WHO e-Library of Evidence for Nutrition Actions (eLENA) is a single point of reference for the latest WHO nutrition guidelines, recommendations and related information. Since its launch in 2011, we have made several improvements to the organization, structure and presentation of information on the eLENA web site. In order to continue improving the user experience we would like to get your feedback on the web site as well as learn more about how you find and use the information from eLENA.
The survey is divided into 7 sections:
1. Personal information (8 questions)
2. General usage information (3 questions)
3. How do you use eLENA? (1 question)
4. eLENA in programme development and the policy cycle  (8 questions)
5. Navigating the eLENA website (10 questions)
6. Content of intervention web pages (14-16 questions)
7. Additional comments (6-7 questions)
It should take approximately 30-40 minutes to complete the entire survey. New users and those who have not yet used eLENA in programme or policy development will skip section 4 questions and this shorter version of the survey should take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
If you would like to save your progress at any point during the survey, you may do so by clicking on the "Resume later" button at the bottom left of the page and you will be prompted to create a login ID and password. To resume completion of a saved survey, click on the "Load unfinished survey" button below.
To restart and/or clear all of the information you've entered into the survey, click on the "Exit and clear survey" button.
Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.
(Please note that this survey is intended for providing feedback on the English version of the eLENA web site).