Copyright Office Seeks Website User Feedback
Issue No. 741 - January 7, 2019
The Office of Public Information and Education (PIE) is taking a fresh look at the Copyright Office website – copyright.gov – to see how we can serve the public better.
To help us, and to better understand user experiences with copyright.gov, we are inviting external users to provide feedback on both website navigability (Can you find what you are looking for?) and content availability (What, if any, content would you like to see added or changed on copyright.gov?).
Please note that this exercise will not look at the recordation system or the online registration system (eCO) but instead will focus on the rest of copyright.gov. For more information on modernization of the recordation and registration systems, please visit our modernization page or contact the Copyright Modernization Office at [email protected].
If you are interested in participating, please click here to respond via email by January 14, 2019. We plan on selecting participants from a cross-section of the copyright community and may not be able to accommodate every request to participate.