April 20, 2007
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Survey says… Lewis Library looks to improve services

Did you know it’s National Library Week? What better time to get to know the Lewis Library and play a role in its future. They need your input! But not your take on the values of the Dewey Decimal System…They want to know what you think about their services. The library service quality survey that all employees and students have been invited to complete will help steer future improvements. Nearly 300 people have already taken the survey and many have left comments. Check out what they’re saying at the Lewis Library Web site. The survey is open until May 10. It’s anonymous, but you can leave your e-mail address for a chance to win an iPodTake the Lib QUAL+ survey!

               You could win an iPod!

Your responses will determine how the library allocates its space, what services it will provide and what resources best serve its users. Survey results will also have a direct affect on future major renovations. Requested improvements such as better security, more quiet study space and additional electric outlets are already in the works.

The survey is part of a North American effort led by the Association of Research Libraries to get a big picture of library service quality and identify best practices. And, it’ll show how our services compare to those of health science libraries around the country. UNT HSC Logo


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