Tell us how you feel about our spaces, services and resources by completing the UB Libraries Survey. We want to know how we can improve your University Libraries experience.
If you are a current UB undergraduate student, graduate student or faculty member, please take a few minutes to complete our survey.
The survey will be open from April 15 – April 29, 2013.
The survey will take an average of 12-15 minutes to complete. You may answer as few or as many questions as you wish.
In appreciation of your efforts, students completing the survey are eligible to be entered into a drawing to win one of fifty $10 Tim Hortons gift cards.
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- Why do you need my UB email?
We need to verify that you are a current UB student or faculty member and also ensure that participants don't take the survey more than once. Your information will be kept confidential and individual email addresses will be used only for the random drawing of prize winners.
- Why a survey?
The Libraries' survey is designed to collect information on why UB students and faculty use (or don't use) the University Libraries' materials, spaces and services.
- What's the goal?
Our goal is to better understand how well we are currently meeting your information needs and to identify areas that need improvement.
- Who can participate?
Current UB undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty can participate in the survey. Participation is voluntary, as is your response to any specific survey question.
- How much time will it take?
The survey will take approximately 12-15 minutes to complete.
Undergraduate and graduate students who complete the Libraries' survey will be eligible to win one of 50 Tim Hortons $10 gift cards. A random drawing of participants will be held on April 30,2013 to determine the winners of the gift cards. Prize winners will be notified via UB email by May 1, 2013 with instructions for claiming your prize. NOTE: you must complete the survey to be eligible for prizes.
All responses are confidential and individual email addresses will be used only for the random drawing of prize winners. Information obtained from the survey may be used for research purposes. Identifying information will not be associated with survey response data.