[Libs-Or] Study to learn about connecting patrons to government services

Arlene Weible arlene.weible at state.or.us
Wed Oct 21 07:43:24 PDT 2015

The USAGov team at the US General Services Administration is looking for reference librarians who work in public libraries and connect people to government information and services to participate in a research study. They are looking for both large and small libraries from different parts of the country that serve different populations.

They want to learn more about the kinds of questions the public asks about government services, the outcome of these questions, and what, if anything, gets in the way.

To learn more about the study and/or to sign up to participate, please fill out this form<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/156XZvqYyR7jd3Ha5CrMqtwqsLh0Nud3zc5vnKrapNRc/viewform>.

Feel free to contact Michelle Chronister at USAGov with any questions. Thanks!

Michelle Chronister, MLIS
User Experience Team Lead, USAGov
"Your Guide to Government Information and Services"
OCSIT/18F - U.S. General Services Administration

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