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2014 Library Survey of Researchers

It's on again!  All current Research or Teaching/Research academic staff and HDR candidates are encouraged to participate. 

The University of Tasmania Library is keen to ensure it is providing the most relevant services and collections to support the research outcomes of the University.  The survey is designed to gain a broad view of how our expertise is valued by the research community,  how effectively current Library services assist researchers and if additional services are needed. 

Participation in the survey is voluntary and anonymous.  It gives you an opportunity to provide full and frank feedback on how you use the Library services and to express your views about the Library’s future directions.  Data from the survey will inform the Library’s planning for services from 2015.

Please allow approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey online.

The survey will be open until the end of November.

If you require further details about this study before completing the survey please contact the Senior Librarian, Research,  Christine.Evans@utas.edu.au.

 

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Liaison Librarians

Liaison Librarians can help researchers save time and work more efficiently.  For example, we offer customised advice and support in how to:

  • Search effectively in relevant resources and collections
  • Create and use bibliographies with advanced EndNote skills
  • Measure & maximise the impact of your research
  • Stay current with research literature and publications in your field

Request a Research Consultation with your Liaison Librarian.

      

    Document Delivery

    Eligible users may request items that are not in UTAS Library collections.

    Items requested should be related to the research and/or teaching functions at the University.

    We use interlibrary loan (ILL) and commercial document suppliers to obtain loan items and articles.

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