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Participate in the Perceptions 2012 Survey

Nov - 21 - 2012
Nicole C. Engard

Every year Marshall Breeding conducts a survey of library automation, but he can’t do it without you.

It’s time to collect data for the 2012 edition of the survey. This is an opportunity for libraries to register their perceptions of the ILS product they use, its vendor, and the quality of support delivered. Is support getting better or worse? The survey also probes at considerations for migrating to new systems and the level of interest in open source ILS. While the numeric rating scales support the statistical results of the study, it’s the comments offered that provide the most insight into the current state of library automation satisfaction.

Please help your fellow libraries who might be in the process of evaluating library automation options by responding to the survey. Any information regarding vendor performance and product quality can be helpful when making strategic decisions regarding automation alternatives. A large number of responses strengthen the impact of the survey and the subsequent report.

Make sure that your library participates – and participates honestly because the results of this survey help your colleagues make decisions about their future automation changes. Participate here.


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