2011 Undergraduate Survey


What is the 2011 Undergraduate Survey?

The 2011 Undergraduate Survey, which ran from February 8-22, 2011, continued the University of Chicago Library’s annual survey program which targets, on a rotating basis, graduate students, faculty, and undergraduates.

What does the survey cover?

The 22-question Survey Report, designed by the Assessment Project Team and based on similar surveys run by MIT and the University of Washington, covered:

Who took the survey?

What are the 2011 survey results?

Results include (see the Survey Report for detailed analysis):

Assessment Project Team members: Beth Bidlack, Bibliographer for Religion and Philosophy; David Bietila, Web Program Director; David Larsen, Head of Access Services and Assessment: Tod Olson, Systems Librarian; Margaret Schilt, D'Angelo Law Library Faculty Services Librarian; Andrea Twiss-Brooks, Co-Director, John Crerar Library