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UCSF LibQUAL Library Survey Results 2015

Cite this collection

Deardorff, Ariel; UCSF Library (2016). UCSF LibQUAL Library Survey Results 2015 [Collection]. Dryad.


These datasets contain the Mission Bay and Parnassus responses to the 2015 UCSF Library Survey. The Library Survey asks about three distinct aspects of the library: Affect of Service (people), Information Control (resources) and Library as Place (spaces). For each question, survey respondents are asked to select the minimum service level they would expect from the library, the level of service they desire, and where they think the library is currently performing. Using these three measures provides valuable information about how the Library’s users think it is performing relative to their needs.
The survey was produced by LibQUAL+® for UCSF Library. LibQUAL+® is a suite of services that libraries use to solicit, track, understand, and act upon users’ opinions of service quality. These services are offered to the library community by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL). For more information, visit