UBC Library LibQUAL Survey Results: User Perceptions of Library Service
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TitleUBC Library LibQUAL Survey Results: User Perceptions of Library Service
Study Global IDhdl:11272/10259
AuthorsUBC Library
ProducerUniversity of British Columbia Library (UBC)
Production PlaceVancouver, BC
DistributorUniversity of British Columbia Library (UBC)
Distribution DateSeptember, 2015
Deposit DateSeptember 15, 2015
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Description and Scope

LibQUAL is a standardised survey instrument developed by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) that measures user perceptions of library services. Libraries implement LibQUAL periodically to better understand user priorities and to monitor library performance relative to student and faculty expectations.

The survey questions focus on three service areas:

  • library collections and access
  • customer services
  • library physical spaces

UBC Library has released LibQUAL data from 2007, 2010, and 2013.

Please contact Jeremy Buhler at jeremy.buhler@ubc.ca if you have questions.

KeywordsCountry::Canada; Education
Topic ClassificationOpen (Open Access Tag)
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