February 26, 2018
The K-State Libraries seeks feedback through survey
Submitted by Sarah McGreer Hoyt
In a climate of scarce resources, it's increasingly important to provide and improve the library services the K-State community values most. The LibQUAL+ survey, which is active now through March 17, is an assessment tool that allows K-State Libraries to identify what those priorities are for its various constituencies.
If you haven't already, please complete the LibQUAL+ survey. It should take less than 10 minutes, and your responses will remain anonymous.
The Association of Research Libraries developed the LibQUAL+ survey to measure library service quality and identify best practices. K-State participated in LibQUAL+ in 2014, and K-State Libraries made several improvements based on the results. For example, K-State Libraries created more comfortable study areas, offered more timely assistance to library users and upgraded printing and wireless networks in partnership with Information Technology.
If you provide your email address at the end of the survey, you'll also be entered to win a drawing for gift cards, T-shirts and more.
Finally, if you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact Laurel Littrell, director of library planning and assessment, at 785-532-5467 or firstname.lastname@example.org.