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Getting Researchers to Speak: the effectiveness of a “broad, blunt instrument”. University Library. Chris Evans Science & Research Librarian University of Tasmania www.utas.edu.au/library/. University Library. What we did Why we did it How we did it - Tool selection

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getting researchers to speak the effectiveness of a broad blunt instrument
Getting Researchers to Speak: the effectiveness of a “broad, blunt instrument”

University Library

Chris Evans

Science & Research Librarian

University of Tasmania

www.utas.edu.au/library/

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University Library

  • What we did
  • Why we did it
  • How we did it
    • - Tool selection
    • - Question choice and format
    • - Pre-testing
    • - Analysis
  • Would we do it again?
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Library Survey of UTAS Researchers

    • 4 weeks Oct/Nov 2011
    • 20 questions via Survey Monkey
    • Bulk email
    • Ongoing Promotion

What we did

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To seek evidence of whether or not existing Library services were relevant to researchers’ needs and to identify future directions for the Library’s research support, aligned with the priorities of the University’s Division of Research.

Why we did it

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Tool selection

  • Question choice and format
  • Pre-testing
  • Analysis

A broad, blunt tool

How we did it

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Tool selection

  • Question choice and format
  • Pre-testing
  • Analysis

How we did it

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Tool selection

  • Question choice and format
  • Pre-testing
  • Analysis

How we did it

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Tool selection

  • Question choice and format
  • Pre-testing
  • Analysis

How we did it

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For a copy of the survey, a copy of the report or further discussion, contact me:

Chris Evans

Christine.Evans@utas.edu.au

Phone: 03 6226 2132

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