by Anonymous Author
Selwyn District Libraries are seeking input from the community to improve their services.
The 2018 Library Survey will take place from April 23 to May 25, and a Selwyn District Council spokesperson said the survey aims to gather feedback about the services, resources and programmes offered by the libraries.
“The main aim of the project is to review core and holiday programmes, as well as evaluate customer feedback gathered during the year.
“Current library members, as well as non-members, are encouraged to participate in the survey to provide data for planning and development for future years.
“The survey is designed to take only a few minutes to complete and asks users a range of questions, such as which services and programmes respondents are aware of and have used, as well as where improvements could be suggested.”
The online survey can be accessed at the libraries’ website (selwynlibraries.co.nz). It is also available to be completed at the Rolleston, Leeston, Lincoln or Darfield libraries using in-house iPads. Printed copies are also available at the libraries, including the Mobile Library.
The Selwyn District Libraries undertake a survey every two years. Information is gathered by external research company Resona. All survey responses are anonymous and confidential.