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2015 Library Services Survey Available

2015 Library Services Survey Available

The 2015 Library Services Survey, developed by the Association of Research Libraries at Texas A&M University, will be available to take until April 20. Participants in the survey have the chance to win an Xbox One, Beats Headphones or an iPad Air.  Feedback from the survey will help the library tailor their service to better fit the needs of students, faculty and staff on campus.

“The Libraries at Texas A&M University-Commerce are always seeking ways to better meet the needs of our students, faculty, staff and community,” said Greg Mitchell, director of libraries. “In order to solicit feedback from a broad group of library users, the libraries are administering the LibQual library satisfaction survey to see how we are doing. This survey has been used in over 1,200 libraries worldwide and has helped us to make improvements to our facilities, services and hours of operation.”

Results from the survey will be used to improve library services to better support the needs of the campus community. Previous surveys have led to the library’s improvement of the Interlibrary Loan software, the addition of more computers, two brand-new laptop kiosks in the library and Sam Rayburn Student Center, several more databases on the website and increased opportunities for one-on-one research consultations.

The survey takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete and responses are anonymous. For questions or concerns, contact library.feedback@cp.tamuc.edu.

To access the survey, visit http://www.tamuc.edu/library/about/libqual/.

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