Results from the Libraries Peer Network Survey released

Results from the Libraries Peer Network Survey released

Posted by Bec Speidel  |  11th May 2017
A new piece of research, conducted during March-April 2017 amongst members of the Community Library Peer Network.
Results from the Libraries Peer Network Survey released

The survey revealed shared interests and goals and the importance of access to the advice and support they need to run their library services effectively. It was sent to 202 existing network members and received a 17% response rate, seeking their views and ideas on how to make the network self-sustaining, and providing benefits to members, such as networking events and advice and support from peers.

You can read the full report here.