*** My apologies for cross-posting this message***

Many thanks to those of you who have taken the time to fill out the
survey.  If you have not done so yet, I encourage you to take a moment and
use the link below to complete it before the end of this Friday, October

Also, if you are interested in briefly discussing with me how a particular
technology is used in your library, fill out the second survey linked at
the end of the first one.  I will be in touch, and I may include our
discussion in one of the book's chapters.

Thank you again!

For a book that I am writing on technologies in libraries, I am curious to
learn more about the most common technologies and technology skills used by
librarians and library staff members.  I ask you to help me in this effort
by taking a brief survey on the technologies and technology skills you use
in your everyday work.  I am very interested in hearing from librarians and
library staff members from various types and sizes of libraries.  In fact,
there is an optional second survey linked at the end of this one if you are
interested in telling me a bit about how specific technologies are used in
your library.

I would appreciate you taking about five minutes to fill out the survey at (or the longer URL
if you need that).

The results of the survey will be shared with this list soon after the
survey closes, with a more involved analysis available once the book is
published. I am eager to learn more about technology use in libraries, and
to share that information with you.

Please complete the survey before *October 12*.  Thanks so much for your


*John J. Burke, MSLS*, [he, him, his], *Library Director & Principal
Librarian *

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