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The Rutgers University Libraries realize that we can be truly effective only if we're informed by feedback from our most important constituency – our users.

In the interests of continuously assessing the importance of different library services and resources, the Libraries ask students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to complete brief, one-page surveys. The surveys will be available on the circulation and reference desks of all Rutgers libraries in New Brunswick and Piscataway beginning November 3rd.

Survey questions ask about which areas of the library you visited, what services you used, which features of the library are most and least important to you, and how you would rate different aspects of library operations. The survey includes an open-ended question that allows participants to write in suggestions on how we can improve our services.

For more information on this survey, you may contact Jeanne E. Boyle, Associate University Librarian for Planning and Organizational Research, at jeboyle@rci.rutgers.edu or 732/932-7505.

Posted November 17, 2009