[Libs-Or] Request to help doctoral candidate with study to investigate library services, information access, and accessibility for patrons and students in public librarie
hleman at samhealth.org
Fri Jul 8 10:31:30 PDT 2011
Hi, all. In several of the discussion lists of the ALA yesterday I came across a request for help with a survey about library services, information access, and accessibility for patrons and students in public libraries. I am passing it along as the study is a worthwhile one and we all need to help library school students (right?).
Furthermore, the survey is a thought-provoking one that renders clear the need for greater attention to a wide range of accessibility issues.
Here is the link:
The student is Ms. Clayton A. Copeland and she writes, "Should you have any questions or desire further information, please call me at (803)-351-8095 or email me at studylibraryaccess at gmail.com.You may also contact Dr. S. K. Hastings, faculty advisor to this study at (803)-777-3858 or via email at SHASTING at mailbox.sc.edu."
Thank you all for your help.
Hope Leman, MLIS
Research Information Technologist
Center for Health Research and Quality
Samaritan Health Services
815 NW 9th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
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