Monday, October 9, 2017
An international research project into the role of the online library experience is now open to the community.
The project Perspectives on the Online Library Space Experience aims to investigate the role of libraries in the digital age and to better understand the experience for users.
The project follows the release of the 2016 research paper on the perceptions and attitudes about library spaces - both physical and online.
The earlier project, that surveyed public library staff and council members, focused on the value of community libraries and the ideas and opportunities for library managers and professionals to support continuing investment in libraries and their services.
The new project is and extension of this and focus’ only expanding information on the online experience and is seeking feedback not only in Australia but from library services in New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.
All library users over the age of 15 are welcome to participate in the community survey-an initiative of library services professionals Civca and the University of Technology Sydney.
To participate in the online survey click here or print and return to kane.pham [at] uts.edu.au.