The Center for Social Sciences and Public Policy Research (CSSPPR) at Missouri State University was contracted by the Duane Meyer Library at Missouri State University to conduct a survey of MSU students and faculty concerning their use of and preference for library services. Separate online instruments were used for each of the two sample groups. In this study the CSSPPR measured the responses of a random sample of 266 MSU students and 60 MSU faculty members. Questions focused on the use of various library services and asked respondents to indicate their preferences for particular services. This report summarizes dominant trends in the responses of Missouri State University students and faculty.
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Academic Library User Studies, Library Services
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Stone, Lorraine H.; Cline, Lynn; Stout, Tracy; Thompson, Rebecca; and Jones, Cheryl Gudmundson, "Library Constituency Survey" (2012). MSU Libraries Reports. 2.