McMaster Libraries would like your feedback!

| February 28, 2024
Submitted by Ines Perkovic for McMaster Libraries

Are libraries across campus meeting your informational and research needs? Do you need more quiet study space? Can you find the help you need at library services desks?

McMaster University Libraries are inviting faculty, staff, and students to provide input on these questions and more as part of a survey aimed at finding ways to improve library services, spaces, and collections.

The survey is part of McMaster University Library’s strategic planning process. Survey responses will help inform the development of new services, initiatives, and programming.

  • McMaster University Libraries includes the Health Sciences Library, H.G. Thode Library of Science and Engineering, Innis Library (opening 2025), and Mills Memorial Library.
  • All undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff will receive an email inviting them to participate in the survey.
  • The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Responses will be completely anonymous.
  • The survey is open from Monday, February 26 to Friday, March 15.

Please check your email for a link to the survey and for your chance to win one of 10 VISA gift cards valued at $100 each.

Missed the email? No problem. Fill out the survey using this secure link.

Questions? Email

Learn more here.

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