Confidential Library Workplace Experience Survey (6-8-20)

Researchers at Virginia Tech are conducting a confidential study (IRB #20-027) of workplace experience in US university libraries. To this end, they invite all full-time faculty and staff of the libraries at any US university to fill out this survey. Participation is completely voluntary and you may withdraw your consent by stopping

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Survey on Libraries and SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Information

Dear Colleagues, I am writing to request your cooperation in participating in a survey on library efforts to collate and disseminate online resources for SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19. We are pursuing a greater understanding of the current state of dissemination of information by libraries during a disease outbreak and the broader implications for future possible

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Librarian Computer-Mediated Communication Survey

Dear Colleagues, Do you have a moment to share how you share? We would like to invite academic librarians to take part in a survey designed to examine how librarians use instant messaging tools to communicate in the workplace. Instant messaging tools typically lend themselves to more informal communication techniques, and may

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Invitation to Participate in Data Services Competency and Training Survey

You are invited to participate in a research study comparing current levels of competency in data services with professional development initiatives. I am inviting all information professionals who engage in some level of data services to complete the survey, which you can access here:  https://umanitoba.libwizard.com/f/dataservices The survey should take 10-20 minutes to

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Last call for research survey: Burnout and Stressors among Academic Librarians in Higher Education in the U.S. (closes 2/21)

Last call for research survey: Burnout and Stressors among Academic Librarians in Higher Education in the U.S.(closes 2/21) Thank you to those who have already responded! If you are a full time academic librarian working in the United States and have less than 50% administrative duties, please consider participating in this research

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Research invitation for librarians using reflection at work

Have you ever used reflection to improve your performance at work or to better understand situations at work? If so, I’m interested in talking with you about your use of intentional reflection (also called reflective practice) as part of my project for the Medical Library Association Research Training Institute, “Health Science Librarians’

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Community College health sciences librarians survey

Excuse the cross-posting Greetings health sciences librarians, As a fellow of the Medical Library Association (MLA) Research Training Institute (RTI) 2019 cohort, I am researching community college health sciences librarians’ perceptions of Medical Library Association (MLA) competency skills. The data will be used to fill a gap in the literature about how

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Seeking librarians to participate: Attitudinal Attributes of Professionalism Among Health Sciences Librarians Study

Hello: This survey was previously disseminated on June 11th.  If you’ve already completed the survey, please accept my sincerest thanks and delete this email as no further involvement is requested.  If you have not completed the questionnaires, please take the time (the survey takes 15 minutes to complete) to consider helping me

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