Wichita Public Library seeks Community Input to Improve Technology Resources
Starting April 1st, the Wichita Public Library will be conducting an online survey to collect information about how people in the community use and benefit from public technology resources and services.
This information will help the Library evaluate its current services to enable better outcomes and to determine the value of public access technology and services. The Impact Survey collects data across the following domains: general use of library and online resources, education, employment, entrepreneurship, health & wellness, eGovernment, civic engagement, eCommerce, and social inclusion.
Customers will access the online survey through computer workstations at the Library as well as at the Library's website www.wichitalibrary.org. The survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete, is completely anonymous, and is available in English and Spanish.
The Impact Survey is the result of a successful research initiative from the University of Washington with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. To learn more about the research behind the survey, the logistics of running the survey, and what the patron experience is like, please visit http://impactsurvey.org or call (206) 543-4324.