Tag Archives: SurveyMonkey

Surveys and other abuses … by Matt Holland

Do surveys ever tell you anything? Perhaps we could do a survey and not find out. This is a blast against the “Library Survey”. What’s the problem? Well there are many. Here are the first twenty. Sorry, I have edited … Continue reading

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Case Study: Measuring the Impact of your Library on the strategic objectives and priorities of your organisation by Clare Payne

What did you do? We recognised that it was vital that we collect data on the impact our service has on the business of our Trust. We wanted to make sure that we used language that resonated with the Board, … Continue reading

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Top Tips for Demonstrating Impact by Clare Payne

Choose outcomes that matter to your Trust – if reducing Slips, Trips and Falls or Financial Efficiencies are of particular importance, ask if your search contributed to these. Trust Annual reports, business plans and quality strategies are a great source … Continue reading

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Top Tips to Setting up a literature searching service by Tracey Pratchett

After working in the FE sector; providing a literature searching service was a new skillset. Finding and packaging information to help users get on with the day job was not something which I did regularly. I had a lot of … Continue reading

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