Survey question ideas

These don’t really stand on their own, and they need to be revised for clarity, but I hope they’ll help us in our discussion, at least.

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Your area:
Your workgroup:

1. How important is it for you to reach each of these audiences with your web content?
Students:
(Circle one):  Not at all important X X X X X Very important
Faculty:
(Circle one):  Not at all important X X X X X Very important
Staff:
(Circle one):  Not at all important X X X X X Very important
Alumni:
(Circle one):  Not at all important X X X X X Very important
Prospective students:
(Circle one):  Not at all important X X X X X Very important
Other (Who:                      ):
(Circle one):  Not at all important X X X X X Very important

2. What is the most essential feature of your department that you want to convey most immediately on the web?  Share URLs of content on existing LIS site, if applicable.

3. What other features of your department do you want to convey on the web?  Share URLs of content on existing LIS site, if applicable.

4. Is there content from your department on the existing LIS web site that is outdated or irrelevant?  If so, please share URLs if possible.

5. If you add content to the current LIS web site, please tell us how easy you feel it is to add and update content.
(Circle one):  Not at all easy X X X X X Very easy
Why?

5 thoughts on “Survey question ideas

  1. Doreen Bernier

    Survey Questions

    (Let’s try this again)

    1. Is there a feature not currently on the LIS webpage that would be beneficial to include?

    2. What frustrates you most about our currrent site?

    3. What feature do you navigate to most?

    4. Is there a link on this page that you feel is no longer needed or used that should be removed?

    5. What are of the college community do you deal with most (fac/staff/student/outside)?

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  2. Carrie Macfarlane

    I wonder if we should survey student workers (in addition to LIS staff) this summer? It would be useful to hear student feedback specifically about LIS content, and I’m not sure we’d get much useful feedback if waited til all students returned in the fall. Summer student workers could be reasonably (but not completely) representative of all students. We could design a different survey for them, to get answers from them as end-users.

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  3. Elizabeth Whitaker-Freitas

    1. How often do you use the LIS website? (WHAT IS THE LIS WEBSITE?)
    2. What part of the site do you use most often?
    3. Do users often contact you for information that is available on the website?
    4. Is there information that resides elsewhere that would be useful to direct users to?
    5. What specific areas of the current site do you feel are successful? Why are they successful?
    6. What shortcomings exist with the current site, and what three things would you change on the site today if you could?

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  4. Ian McBride

    I’ve added each of these (and my own) to a survey in Key Survey that we can see in the meeting.

    Reply

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