Fall 2010 Survey
946 Students Took the Library Services Survey
SLAC (the Student Library Advisory Council) surveyed a 25% random sample of all Cal Poly students during fall quarter 2010. A total of 946 students responded — more than 20% of the students surveyed. Their answers and comments are being used by SLAC and the Library to prioritize and plan improvements both now and in the future.
Who uses the library? How do students use the library? How long do students typically use the library at one time? SLAC wanted to find out. » Get the numbers and see the breakdowns for usage feedback
The survey also let us determine the five main areas students would most like to see improved. From more electrical outlets to longer hours on the weekend, your voices were heard. » Read about the five areas for improvement and what Kennedy Library hopes to do about them
But there were more than just five main suggestions. Cal Poly students gave us a lot of ways to improve the library. Here we list 10 more ideas and comments. » See the 10 ideas and tell us what YOU think
Thank you students!
Thanks to SLAC and to the hundreds of students who took the survey and who also made hundreds of useful comments. The Library loves hearing from students and we appreciate all your input. It will make Kennedy an even better library and improve every student's Cal Poly experience!