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(via Belinda Bolivar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Are you a librarian who creates online tutorials for your library?

Librarians are needed to participate in a focus group about the tutorial-creation process, as a part of a CARLI COUNTS research project. Focus groups will be virtual and should last between an hour-and-a-half and two hours. More information on CARLI COUNTS is available here.

If you are interested in participating, please fill out the form at the Selection Survey link. Should you have any questions about the form or difficulty in accessing the form online, please contact Loren Mixon, at lmixon@kcc.edu.

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(via Laura Krier, Sonoma State University)

I’m conducting research on the perceptions of shared leadership and strategic planning in academic libraries. If you work in an academic library in any position I would love to hear from you about decision making, planning, and leadership in your library. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete, and will ask for your perceptions about working in your library. All survey responses will be anonymous and no personally identifiable information will be collected.

To access the survey, please go here.

Please feel free to contact me, at laura.krier@sonoma.edu, if you have any questions.

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(via Jason Coleman, Kansas State University)

We invite employees at academic libraries to participate in a brief (10 minute), anonymous survey titled, “Faculty Preferences for Communicating with Library Employees About Collections”. Our goal is to develop advice for libraries that want to obtain input from non-library faculty in order to help them make collections-related decisions.

To access the survey, please go here.

This study has been approved by Kansas State University’s IRB Board.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the researchers.

  • Jason Coleman, Head of Library User Services, Kansas State University Libraries–coleman@ksu.edu
  • Adriana Gonzalez, Associate Dean for Research and Learning, University of Arkansas Libraries–ag131@uark.edu
  • Ryan Otto, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Kansas State University Libraries–rwotto@ksu.edu
  • Joelle Pitts, Senior Associate Dean, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries–joellep@andrew.cmu.edu
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(via Stephanie Alexander–California State University, East Bay)

Does your institution offer credit-bearing information literacy courses? If so, this survey is for you! We are seeking information about the naming conventions for credit-bearing, information literacy courses taught at institutions of higher education. You have been invited to participate because your institution may offer credit-bearing information literacy courses. Data collected from this confidential survey will be used within the Information Studies department at California State University, East Bay, and anonymous, aggregated results may be shared with the profession through presentations or publications.

The link to the survey is here.

You must be 18 years of age or older to participate. There are no risks or benefits to you in participating in this survey. You may choose to participate or not. You may answer only the questions you feel comfortable answering, and you may stop at any time. If you do participate, completion of the survey indicates your consent to the above conditions.

The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.

This research has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at California State University, East Bay. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the principal investigator, Lee Adams, at lee.adams@csueastbay.edu, or the CSUEB Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, at irb@csueastbay.edu or 510-885-4212.

The survey will close on Friday, March 11.

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(via Sanja Gidakovic, University of Central Missouri)

I am currently enrolled in a Human Information Behavior graduate seminar at the University of Missouri. As a part of the course, I am conducting an exploratory research study on open science and scholarship, especially as they relate to reproducibility, along with trends in librarian and faculty collaboration.

I am seeking to interview academic librarians who have experience with, and are currently helping implement these principles into, undergraduate teaching.

If you are working at an institution that has embedded open science and scholarship, especially as they relate to reproducibility, into teaching as a core component; or if you collaborate with faculty to curate material, co-teach, or create other support related to open science and reproducibility; please respond to the survey link below to include your contact preferences, and I will be in contact with you with further information regarding the study. If you know someone who may be interested, please feel free to share this information with that person.

The interviews will be conducted in Zoom, which is expected to last 60-90 minutes, and they will also be recorded. Once the recording is transcribed and analyzed, the recordings will be deleted. Once the research is completed and published, no one will be able to identify you in the study.

I have obtained Institutional Research Board (IRB) approval for this study, and participation is entirely voluntary. Participants may withdraw from the study at any point.

To access the survey, please go here.

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(via Barbara Alvarez, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s School of Information Sciences)

I am conducting a survey with Dr. Emily Knox at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s School of Information Sciences. The survey focuses on library services for sexual and reproductive health information.

If you are a public librarian in the United States, I would be so honored if you could take 10-15 minutes to fill out this survey. I would also be so grateful if you could forward this survey to any other public librarians in your network.

The information collected in this survey is totally anonymous, and no identifiable information is collected. The results from this survey may be published in journals, professional publications, or educational presentations.

Thank you for considering participating.

Access the survey here.

Barbara Alvarez
Instructor
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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(via Laura Murray, University of South Florida)

You are invited to participate in a research study concerning your experiences supporting LGBTQ+ information literacy among health science students, residents, fellows, or faculty. The purpose of this study is to answer the following questions.

  • What do health science librarians at non-academic and academic institutions serving health science/medical education programs do to support LGBTQ+ patient care?
  • What LGBTQ+ educational activities (creating curricula, workshops, etc.) do health science librarians create or teach students, residents, fellows, or faculty?
  • How does the health science librarian support LGBTQ+ students, residents, fellows, and faculty?

Eligibility: You are a health science librarian at either an academic institution (e.g., university, college), or a non-academic institution (e.g., community health center, hospital) serving health science students, residents, fellows, or faculty (clinical or non-clinical). Participants do not need an American Library Association-accredited degree to complete this survey.

The survey is completely voluntary and should take 3-5 minutes to complete. You will not be compensated for your participation. There are no benefits to completing this survey other than research contributions.

If you have any questions or concerns about this study, e-mail Laura A. Murray at lauraamurray@usf.edu. If you have questions about your rights, complaints, or issues as a person taking part in this study, call the USF IRB at (813) 974-5638 or contact the IRB by e-mail at RSCH-IRB@usf.edu. The survey is classified as IRB Study #003678, University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine, USF Health Libraries.

If you are willing to complete the survey, please click here.

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(via Nicole Swanson, CARLI)

CARLI is collecting information on how member libraries have changed for the better and worse as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please take a few minutes to answer the brief Illinois Library Transformations Survey. To access the survey, please go here.

Personnel in various roles at your library may participate. We hope for good participation in order to accurately reflect the transformations that have occurred at Illinois libraries.

Please complete your response by Monday, March 21.​ A composite of all responses will be made available to CARLI members at the conclusion of the survey. CARLI may hold a future program to discuss the results.

Please address any questions about the survey to CARLI Support, at support@carli.illinois.edu​.

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(via Jennifer Young, East Tennessee State University)

This is a reminder that the ALA RUSA STARS (Sharing and Transforming Access to Resources Section)​ Codes, Guidelines, and Technical Standards Committee desires your feedback concerning the Guidelines for Resource Sharing Operations Management. The document seeks to make recommendations regarding the qualifications needed for Resource Sharing Managers. If you have any suggestions for changes to the document, please use the survey link below to provide the STARS Codes, Guidelines, and Technical Standards Committee your feedback by Friday, March 4.

Access the survey here.

Please share as appropriate to ILL practitioners individually or collectively to local, state, or regional e-mail listservs.

Any questions or comments regarding the review process can be sent to ely@etsu.edu.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

Posted in American Library Association (ALA), Calls and Requests, Committees (non-HSLI), Library Organizations, Surveys | No Comments »

(via Gwen Gregory, IACRL Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Co-Chair)

The IACRL Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee wants to assist the IACRL (Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries) community in its endeavors to make academic libraries in Illinois diverse, equitable, and inclusive, but we can best do that when we fully understand the needs of the community.

To serve you better, the Task Force has developed an anonymous feedback form that will allow members to provide suggestions, make recommendations for resources and trainings, and offer a platform for sharing ideas and posing questions related to DEI. Please share your insights and concerns so we can support you in your efforts.

Posted in Calls and Requests, Committees (non-HSLI), Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries (IACRL), Library Organizations, Surveys | No Comments »