Faculty, staff and students invited to help shape library services
TOWSON, Md. (Feb. 25, 2008)—From Feb. 25 through March 14, TU's Albert S. Cook Library will conduct an online survey to measure expectations and perceptions of the library’s collections, services and facilities. The results will help assess how well the library is meeting the educational and research needs of the university community.
Towson University faculty, staff and students are invited to voice their opinions by taking the survey online. Participants will be entered into a drawing for one of three $100 Target gift cards.
A similar survey conducted in October 2006 resulted in many important changes to library services, including the addition of more computers and comfortable seating, the creation of quiet study areas and the extension of library hours.
The survey is one of many assessment tools used to identify strengths and challenges for the library and its strategic planning efforts. Library visitors are encouraged to comment on library services by using the “Tell Us What You Think” link at the top of the Cook Library Web site.