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Our short survey is a win-win-WIN situation!

Published by Mark Bodnar

If you're reading this post, you probably already know something about SFU Library's services, spaces, and resources

Simple line drawing of people offering opinions

And if you know and use our services to any extent at all, you probably have some opinions on what's working and what could be improved.

And if you have such opinions, you may have also wished that there was an efficient and impactful way to share them... an approach that would take very little time, yet also ensure your voice was heard at the highest levels.

Annnnd... because any economics/business researcher knows that time is a limited commodity to be spent after weighing costs & benefits... you would hope there would be an additional incentive (beyond having a voice in improving your library!) to acknowledge that offering your opinions is work.

As calculations go, this one seems pretty straightforward:

Fill out the library's short survey (15 minutes of work) = improve the library that you use & depend on + get a chance to win a cool prize!

The deadline for the SFU Library's community survey has been extended to Nov. 24th.  Please take the time to send us your thoughts!  As an incentive, you can enter your name in a draw for prizes such as an Apple Watch or gift certificates (plus you'll be helping us improve... which is also pretty cool...).  

Thank you!

-- Mark
Mark Bodnar
Economics & Business Librarian