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Survey Opportunity: Effective Meetings in Libraries

February 28, 2020
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We go to a lot of meetings as academic librarians. Please consider taking this survey from fellow academic librarians about effective meetings. 

Researchers at the University of North Texas are looking for survey respondents in order to study meetings in academic libraries. Meeting science is a relatively new phenomenon with growing empirical research.  There is nothing relating to libraries in this literature.  Researchers hope to determine:

  • What are the predictors of success for productive meetings in academic libraries?
  • What are academic librarian perceptions of effective meeting leadership?
  • What are “best practices” for meeting participation and leadership?

You may participate if you work for an academic library.  The survey is expected to take less than 15 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary and you may stop at any time without penalty. By completing the survey you are giving consent to participate and confirming that you are at least 18 years old.

If you have any questions regarding this study, please contact Julie Leuzinger (principal investigator), University of North Texas Libraries, julie.leuzinger@unt.edu or 940-891-6750.

This project has been reviewed and approved by the University of North Texas Institutional Review Board (940) 565-3940. Please contact the UNT IRB with any questions regarding your rights as a research subject.

To take the survey (click link or copy/paste into your browser): https://unt.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_e8ow5n2BuNYB2dL

 

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