LibQUAL Library Survey

For the first time ever, the Christopher Center Library is participating in the national LibQUAL+® survey.  The survey, developed by the Association of Research Libraries, measures library service quality and identifies best practices.  To date, it has been taken by over 1 million users at over 1000 libraries.

As we plan for the future of the Christopher Center Library, it is essential we understand the perceptions and expectations of our campus community.  The LibQUAL+® survey was linked within Valpo emails distributed to students, faculty and staff on October 1 and October 8. Whether you regularly visit the library or have never been in the building or used the website, your opinion of library facilities, collections, resources and services counts.

Less noise?  More large tables?  Longer hours?  More books?  Fewer couches?  More journals?

If you are among those who have already responded to the survey, thank you.  If you didn’t complete the entire survey, we urge you to take it again.  The survey only takes 10 minutes to complete. Incomplete surveys cannot be included in the analysis.

Have questions about the survey?  Direct them to Donna Resetar (assessment questions) or Ruth Connell (technical questions).

If you can’t find the email with the link, let us know!

About Rachael Muszkiewicz

Hi! I'm one of the Research Services Librarians in the Christopher Center. My subject areas are Chinese & Japanese studies, classics, ethnic studies, foreign languages & literature, Interlink and sociology & criminology.
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