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Library Survey 2014: your suggestions - our feedback

last modified May 27, 2014 11:03 AM
Library Survey 2014: your suggestions - our feedback

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Library Survey 2014: your suggestions - our feedback

The Marshall Library Survey 2014 was conducted in March and April 2014. Some Highlights of the undergraduate results and the list of winners have already been published.

208 student and staff of the Faculty of Economics, Development Studies and 3 other Faculties filled out the Marshall Library 2014 survey.

Of these 208 people, 150 commented on the question “If you could change 1 thing in the Marshall Library, what would this be?”; most suggestions came from the 168 (out of 717 potential) undergraduate students.

All suggestions have been sorted into categories to show the areas that Marshall Library users feel are most important to change. 43 comments relate to how readers use (or would like to use) the library; 34 comments each focused on opening hours, loan periods, and access to materials and 19 comments on other concerns.

Read all suggestions and our feedback.