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Tell the library your needs; win an iPad or Kindle

Emory Report | Feb. 28, 2014

For the eighth consecutive year, the Emory Libraries are conducting a survey of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates' use of the libraries. The survey closes March 10.

Students who participate are eligible to be entered into a drawing for an iPad mini and Kindle HD tablet. Email a request for the drawing to Susan Bailey, library assessment coordinator by March 9.

The survey will contain new questions about print versus electronic book preferences, satisfaction with library websites, and overall experiences visiting the library, according to Bailey, library assessment coordinator.

Students and faculty will receive an email requesting participation and containing a unique link to the survey. There is also an open link for the survey.

Last year, survey respondents said they were interested in further development of the library websites. "In response, we worked to improve the usability of our library search tools beginning in the fall semester," says Bailey.