2017 SFU Liaison Librarian Program Evaluation Survey

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Scholarly level: 
Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2017-05-02
Keywords: 
Library assessment
Liaison librarian programs
Evaluating library services
Liaison librarian models
Liaison librarian work
Abstract: 

As the SFU Library Liaison Program continues to evolve in response to Library and University priorities, this brief survey is one element in a multi-faceted, continual evaluation process that intends to provide a snapshot of the overall program from the liaison librarians' perspective, as well as to identify 1) areas of success, 2) issues that require further investigation, and 3) new areas of growth emerging in the work.This 23 question survey was distributed online using FluidSurveys to SFU liaison librarians (departmental and functional) in May 2017. Not all questions were mandatory, and librarians were told that their responses would remain anonymous. We received a total of 24 responses to the survey, 21 of which were complete.

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Report
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Citation: 
Fairey, E., Thomson, J., Jones, J., Moore, A. J., & Hendrigan, H. (2017). 2017 SFU liaison librarian program evaluation survey.
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