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Please note (19.02.13):  Some users had reported a faulty link to the survey below. This has now been fixed and this link will take you directly to the survey – If you have any further problems with the link please email info [at]

Dear Former and Future Visitors,

We are carrying out a survey to review the awareness and development potential for literary tourism and the James Joyce Cultural Centre in Dublin, Ireland. We would be very grateful if you could take no more than 3 minutes of your time to complete our online survey at

We are interested in hearing the views of those who have visited Dublin in the past and potential visitors to Dublin city regarding your motivation, interest and awareness of Dublin’s literary and cultural attractions, the James Joyce Centre specifically and what might encourage you to engage with Dublin’s cultural / literary tourism offer.

Participation in the survey will inform tourism development in the city and the development of the James Joyce Centre. All results are confidential and the collected data will only be used for the purposes of better understanding the profile of visitors to Dublin and for the development of literary tourism in the city.

The survey will remain open until the end of the day on Sunday 24th February 2013 and we look forward to hearing your views by that time.

Thank you in advance. Your input is greatly appreciated.

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19 Responses to Online Visitor Survey

  1. Robert Adelman says:

    I’d love to complete the survey, but do not want to open a Microsoft account. Why is this necesssary?

    • JamesJoyce says:

      Hi Robert – it isn’t necessary to sign into your outlook. Some users have reported the same problem – they are being brought to their outlook login page when clicking the link. We’re trying to figure out why this is happening and we’ll let you know when it is fixed.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    There’s a problem with your survey link! I was only able to complete it when I copied and pasted the link into my browser–clicking the link took me to my own Outlook inbox! So there’s a problem somewhere that your webmaster needs to look into! :-)

  3. RENATA says:

    theres something difficult with your survey link, indeed. But I am looking forward going to Dublin next Bloomsday. I hope it will be possible. Thank you, keep sending your bulletins, so I will know what is happening in your wonderful city.

  4. JamesJoyce says:

    Hi Guys – thanks for the feedback re problems with the link. A few other people are having the same problem (although the link appears to be working for the majority of people). Obviously you don’t need to sign into your outlook account to take the survey. When we’ve figured out what is going wrong we’ll let you know asap!

  5. Clark Richardson says:

    I just clicked the link in your e-mail I just received that said that the link would take me to your survey and I took me here. There is no survey here, just an explanation about a survey.

    • JamesJoyce says:

      Hi Clark – the link at the top of this page will take you directly to the survey. As the link we had sent in our newsletter yesterday was corrupted we did not want to send it out again so we directed people here where a working link is located. Apologies for the confusion.

  6. I appreciate these wonderful updates and newsletters regarding The Centre. I am native Irish with a small connection to James Joyce through his writings, in particular, The Dead. I live in Portland, Maine and serve on a committee for our local Bloomsday event via Irish theatre company – AIRE, American Irish Repertory Ensemble. I look forward to stopping in for a visit when next in Dublin with one of my groups. I design small group land journeys in Ireland and we always get to Dublin! In celebration of James and all the good people at The Centre! Ann Quinlan

  7. Oh dear! I would love to complete your survey (probably)- if I could find the new link!

    • JamesJoyce says:

      Hi Peter – the link to the survey is located at the top of the page in the top paragraph in bold (“Please note…”) as well as in the first paragraph of the main body of text (“We are carrying out a survey…”). Both of these links are now working. Apologies for the confusion with this.

  8. Winfried Wolf says:

    Sorry, but again it is´nt working! Now i was landing at your webside without any Survey.


    • JamesJoyce says:

      Hi Winfried – the link to the survey is located at the top of the page in the top paragraph in bold (“Please note…”) as well as in the first paragraph of the main body of text (“We are carrying out a survey…”). We couldn’t resend the link directly in the newsletter for fear of the link being corrupted again hence your being sent to this page.

  9. Brian Leeson says:

    Having difficulty finding my County ( Antrim ) in the list after I type in Northern Ireland. Couldn’t go any further, which is disappointing.
    Brian Leeson.

    • JamesJoyce says:

      Hi Brian – the survey only asks you to specify your county if you choose Ireland as your country. If you choose Northern Ireland you won’t be prompted to choose a county – it will take you to the next question (age specification). I suspect you may have clicked Ireland.

  10. esterina Natale says:

    Visiting The james Joyce Center has always been a great experience for my students and me throughout the years!
    I am looking forward to seeing you soon.
    Esterina Natale
    Russell-Newton Institute-Florence

  11. fred feuerbach m.d. says:

    Look forward to jojce’s newsletter—-keeps me connected to the world of james joyce,to ireland and to many memories. fred feuerbach jr. m.d.

  12. Yuswadi Saliya says:

    I’ve had pleasurably anticipated, and still am for sure, to be able to visit Dublin/Ireland, but… you know, it seems as remote as nebulous a wish! Anyway, who knows I can ride a meteor and land in Ireland (and not in Siberia), shouting, Dublin, here I come!
    Silly! :-)
    OK. I enjoyed very much any news on Joyce.

  13. Bahman Zarrinjooee says:

    As an Iranian whoes interest is focused on James Joyce’s works, I would like to participate in the projects concerning Joyce’s texts. I think in this way the Joycean scholars from all over the world will be familiar with the reception of Joyce in Iran.

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