Spring 2003

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As we plan for the future of the Georgia Tech Library & Information Center, it is essential that we understand our users’ needs and expectations so that we can provide dynamic services and comprehensive materials. Thus, this past Spring, the Libraries participated in a national research and development project to define and measure service quality across libraries. 308 libraries participated in the study. The project, LibQUAL+, used a survey tool to gauge library users' perceptions of services and to measure their satisfaction with services and resources so that libraries can identify areas for improvement. Nationwide, there were approximately 125,000 respondents.

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