STAFF RESOURCES

2004 State of the Libraries Feedback Survey Summary Report

Introduction

We gathered feedback on the 2004 State of the Libraries using an online survey that was available for respondents for two weeks following this year's State of the Libraries (November 3, 2004). About 47% of the participants took the survey.

We asked four questions:

  1. What did you like best about the program;
  2. What did you NOT like about the program, physical arrangements, etc.;
  3. What would you like to see/experience in the 2005 State of the Libraries; and
  4. What location would you prefer-Livingston campus, Busch campus?

Responses

In answering each of the questions, there seemed to be three themes: the digital and analog showcase; the formal program; and the networking/socializing opportunities. These themes weave through the answers to each of the questions [excluding the last that merely asked preference of place].

(1) What Did You Like Best about the Program?

Showcase:

Formal Program:

Networking/Socializing:

(2) What did you NOT like about the program, physical arrangements, etc.?

(3) What would you like to see/experience in the 2005 State of the Libraries?

(4) What location would you prefer-Livingston campus, Busch campus?

Busch:   23
Livingston:   25
Either:   2
CAC:   1
Cook:   1
Don't care:   6


 
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