Friday, September 7, 2007

Hitchhiker's Guide to Library Surveys Online Training

Received today from CLENERT (Continuing Library Education and Networking Exchange Round Table):

On Sept. 18th at Noon Mountain Time (that would be 2:00pm Eastern Time), Brenda Hough of WebJunction, Betti Grow and I here at the Utah State Library are doing an online training designed for rural librarians: "Hitchhiker's Guide to Library Surveys." It is a WebJunction Rural In-Focus webinar.

The goals are to help participants:
Understand why and how to conduct a library survey
Describe the elements of an effective library survey
Evaluate the survey results

Details and a participant guide are on our website. No need to register in advance.

If you have rural librarians that would benefit from this training, please point them in this direction. This is perfect for librarians who want to collect data to advocate for their libraries, evaluate their programs, and design library services.


Colleen Eggett
Training Coordinator, Utah State Library
250 N 1950 W, Suite A
Salt Lake City Ut 84116-7901
801-715-6776 (phone) 801-715-6767 (fax)
1-800-662-9150 (in-Utah-WATS)

I will be teaching a class at that time, so if you go, let me know how it was!

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