Today (November 18) is the last day to take the 2014 Library Customer Satisfaction Survey. The survey, which takes only ten minutes to complete online, is the primary instrument we use to hear from our users and improve our services. By taking the survey, you can tell us what you like and what you would like to see changed at the Library.
This year, we have separate surveys for students, staff, and faculty. After completing the survey, all participants will have the opportunity to enter a drawing to win an Amazon gift card. One $50 Amazon gift card will be awarded in both the staff and faculty categories, and in the student category, we will award one $100, $50, and $25 gift card for three lucky students. Your chances of winning are quite good with this drawing! More importantly, it is a chance for your voice to be heard. We read every response, and we act on them. Click here to begin the survey.
To our dear readers:
The Book Club will read A Tale of Two Cities in March 2014.
The Library Book Club
was founded in 2008 to encourage the recreational reading of literary classics as well as high-quality contemporary literature. To date, the Book Club has read and discussed 55 (mostly) great books. We hope to be around for many years to come and would like to ask a small favor, both from our members, and from the dozen or so of you who have not yet read a book with us:
Please take two minutes to complete our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JRHN8ZB.
Thank you for your support. Your responses will help us improve the Book Club as a resource for the Regent community.
Image Credit: Handelsman, Bud. [Cartoon]. The New Yorker, February 7, 2012. http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/cartoonists/2012/02/a-far-far-better-cartoon-gag.html.
Written by Sandra Yaegle, Head of Public Services
Next month, the University Library will be participating in an international library assessment program called LibQUAL+®. This unique user survey will begin on March 5th and end on March 26th.
LibQUAL+® is a suite of services that libraries use to solicit, track, understand, and act upon users’ opinions of service quality. LibQUAL+TM gives you a chance to tell us what you like about the Library and what you wish were better so that we can improve our services.
The LibQUAL+® survey link will appear on the University Library home page between March 5th and March 26th. The average time to complete the survey is only seven minutes.
Need more incentive? All survey takers can enter a drawing for great prizes:
Not bad prizes for just seven minutes of your time! More importantly however, you will be helping us to make Regent’s Library better for yourself and for future users.