Title of Presentation

Assessing a Library Situation: Using Google Forms Surveys to Assess What People Think, What They Want, What They Know, and What They Think They Know

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Kim Read, Clark CollegeFollow

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Lightning Talk

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Description

Get to know your library situation with free online surveys. Any type of library can quickly and easily create, conduct, and share surveys with Google Forms. In this lightning talk, we will look at surveys for event planning and surveys for information literacy instruction planning and assessment.

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Start Date

8-2-2013 3:05 PM

End Date

8-2-2013 4:00 PM

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Assessing a Library Situation: Using Google Forms Surveys to Assess What People Think, What They Want, What They Know, and What They Think They Know

Get to know your library situation with free online surveys. Any type of library can quickly and easily create, conduct, and share surveys with Google Forms. In this lightning talk, we will look at surveys for event planning and surveys for information literacy instruction planning and assessment.