Since its launch in 2008, the Guampedia staff has worked hard to produce a user-friendly, educational, online resource that provides a wealth of information about Guam’s unique history, environment and society and the rich cultural heritage of the CHamoru people. We’ve taken advantage of the flexibility of the Internet to develop, create and present different kinds of content to meet our educational mission and reach a diverse, worldwide audience. We regularly add new content and update information with grant-funded projects and have also expanded our community outreach activities. 

Technology, though, advances quickly, so as often as possible, we evaluate Guampedia in terms of its features, content and ease of use, and try to keep up with any technological trends. We also want to know about the people who use Guampedia and why. To do this, we gather information about our visitors through web analysis services to see who is checking out Guampedia, where do they come from, and what pages or posts seem to get the most hits. We also gather important information directly from people who email us or leave questions and comments for us using our online form. Surveys provide us with more specific demographic information about our visitors, but also tell us what features or services they would like Guampedia to provide and, just as importantly, how we can improve.

Please help us as we update and redesign our site by completing our latest user survey. It only takes a few minutes and your information is safe and will not be sold or used for any other purposes but to give a sense of how we can better serve you.

To begin the survey, click here.

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