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Do You Use Government Information?

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Survey Deadline: December 31, 2010

Have you ever used federal government resources (print, online, databases, etc.) in the Library?  Are there things you liked, or disliked about your experience?  Did you find what you needed?

The Pollak Library, a designated Federal Depository Library, provides access to federal information sources through the Library’s participation in the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP).  The FDLP would like your help by completing a survey it is conducting of depository library users.  This survey will help the FDLP to understand user perceptions of the value and performance of libraries participating in the Program, and ultimately, increase the efficiency and value of your future depository library experiences.

The survey consists of 16 questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete.  Any answers/comments you provide will be treated as strictly confidential and will be shared in an anonymous and aggregated format only.  The survey can be completed now using the link below or later at your own convenience by typing in the URL.  Please help us in this endeavor and thank you for participating.

To begin survey click here: