[Koha] Automation Survey

Joshua M. Ferraro jmf at liblime.com
Wed Aug 15 13:04:02 NZST 2007

Hi folks,

Just thought I'd pass along this survey from Marshall Breeding, in
case anyone in the Koha community would like to participate. See the
forwarded message below.


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----- "Marshall Breeding" <marshall.breeding at vanderbilt.edu> wrote:
> I am conducting a survey on library automation trends. The survey
> aims to measure how well libraries are satisfied with their
> automation systems and the companies or other organizations that
> support them. It also attempts to get some indication of whether
> libraries are looking favorably on open source software for their
> automation system.
> The survey works through the lib-web-cats directory within the
> Library Technology Guides web site.  This approach eliminates the
> need to retype any demographic information regarding your library.
> You will just need to navigate to your library in lib-web-cats.
> Here are the instructions on how to complete the survey:
>   http://www.librarytechnology.org/lwc-survey-2007.pl
> I am hoping to get a very large response to this survey. I will
> publish the results of the study in an upcoming article, provided I
> get enough responses to ensure its validity.
> Thanks in advance for taking the time to participate in the survey.
> Please contact me directly if you have any problems accessing or 
> completing the survey.
> -Marshall Breeding
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> Marshall Breeding
> Director for Innovative Technologies and Research
> Vanderbilt University Library
> 615-343-6094
> Editor, Library Technology Guides
> http://www.librarytechnology.org
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