We asked and you responded! During our “14 Days to Have Your Say” campaign, students, faculty, researchers, clinicians, and others let us know how we can improve library services with comments posted on flip charts outside the Library located in the BICC and Learning Resource Center, as well as using an online survey and e-mail. We will use this feedback to shape future library services and to plan the use of library space.
The good news is that you won’t have to wait for some of your suggestions to be implemented. For example, ringing unstaffed desk phones have already been silenced during off hours! We received many other constructive suggestions for making the library environment more conducive to study and collaborative projects, including requests for scanners, power strips to charge devices, improved internet access, and reduced noise levels in study spaces. We also received insightful requests for new and improved services and resources that would better meet your needs.
The Library is currently planning what its services and spaces will look like in the future, so we’d like to thank you for taking the time to let us know how we can serve you better. You gave us exactly the type of feedback we needed, and you’ll soon reap the rewards of sharing your ideas.