Greenwich Library Community Survey: What It Means To You

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5-23-2011 9-34-12 AM.pngAvailable online and in hard copy in English, Spanish and Japanese on our Reference Desks, is Greenwich Library's Community Survey.  The survey, part of the library's strategic planning process, is to help us figure out how to provide services and resources that meet your needs.  We want to know if there's more we can provide in addition to the services we currently offer.  Are your needs being satisfactorily met by us?  Now's your chance to let us know.  Click here to find the survey.


Persons with disabilities who need assistance with the form can come by the library and either myself or my colleagues can assist you in filling it out using the assistive technology services we offer.  If you're someone who has a disability or knows someone who does, and you want the library to provide specific accommodations and services you think we need, the survey is the perfect avenue to express your input. 

That also goes for job seekers.  Are we offering you the best resources in assisting you in your job search or can we do better?  (This goes for job seekers with disabilities as well.  Are you getting enough options from us to help you out in finding employment?)

Don't hold back.  Like I said in the first paragraph, let us know. We want to give you what you need.  You can find the survey online by clicking here.  Thanks in advance.

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This page contains a single entry by Ed published on May 23, 2011 10:25 AM.

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