This is a gentle reminder that you are invited to participate in a research
study about the use of programming languages, frameworks, and web content
management systems used in libraries. Thank you to all who have already
participated in the survey!
You must be 18 years or older and employed (either full or part-time) in a
library or archive organization. We strongly encourage those who have
knowledge of and experience with programming languages, application
development, or scripting and are employed in libraries to respond to the
survey. To participate, please click the survey link below:
If you decide to participate in this study, you will be asked to respond to
approximately 22 questions in an online survey. The survey will take
approximately 25 minutes of your time.
Your responses are anonymous and any potentially identifying information
will be removed from the response data during analysis.
Research findings from this study will be disseminated widely through an
open-access publication and via the ACRL TechConnect blog.
Remember, this is completely voluntary. You can choose to be in the study
or not. If you'd like to participate or have any questions about the study,
please email or contact the study’s principal investigator at
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The survey will be open until March 15th.
Lauren Magnuson, CSU Northridge
Bohyun Kim, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Eric Phetteplace, California College of the Arts
Margaret Heller, Loyola University, Chicago