We’d like to hear your thoughts on Ask Library – what are we doing well, what are we not doing well, and suggestions for improving the service.
The feedback survey is quick and easy – you can participate in the Barr Smith Library (just look for a person wielding an iPad, and guarding a stash of lollipops; […]
The University Libraries’ Nel Duffield, Jaime Royals and Helen Attar are conducting research into job offer negotiations in libraries as part of an international research project.
Nel, Jaime and Helen are very pleased to be part of the research project. Nel, who is the Learning and Research Services Librarian, commented that “it is very exciting, not only […]
Digital literacy (and 110 pizzas)!
Last week the Barr Smith Library hosted a digital literacy student feedback session in The Hub. About 500 students headed up to the Mezzanine for the event, which involved asking for your thoughts and ideas on digital literacy. Oh, and there was free pizza. Lots of free pizza.
What was it all […]
The Library is undertaking a major survey of staff, students and other users.
This survey is designed to give you an opportunity to state your opinions on how well you think the Library performs in relation to what you think is important. Your opinions are valuable and will help us understand how we can work together […]
There’s an iPad Mini 3 on offer. And we think it has your name on it! Take the survey here: http://bit.ly/1ddO1tU.
The University Libraries recently conducted a survey on research training needs. Thank you to everyone who responded. The survey ran over December 2014 and January 2015 with 233 responses. Key findings include:
There is a clear demand for research support training on topics related to choosing journals to publish with, bibliometrics, altmetrics, social media and research […]
We invite you to complete a short University Libraries survey on your research training needs https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7GSRXZT.
The University Libraries are considering piloting a new researcher training program in 2015 . We are interested to learn about your training needs in relation to understanding the impact of research outputs and understanding your research outreach and profile. Your […]
Thank you for your feedback to the Library client survey.
We received 1907 responses in the survey conducted in September 2013.
The results allow us to identify the areas to prioritise in the near future.
You can read our summary report and find out what we are going to do about the areas for improvement.
If you’re really keen, […]
Prize winners from the Insync Library Client survey are:
Harrison Walsh – major prize of an iPad mini
Stephen Gregory, Alex Minns & Alice Wharldall – each won a $100 Unibooks voucher
Congratulations to all!
Have your say on Library services!
The Library is undertaking a major survey of students, staff and other users from 2 September to 15 September.
The Library client satisfaction survey is designed to give you an opportunity to tell us how well you think the Library performs on the things you think are important. Your feedback is […]