Chinese International Students Library Survey

posted Mar 7, 2012, 7:04 AM by Yongli Wang
Chinese international students library survey

Students from the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Dominican University in River Forest, IL are collecting information about the experiences, challenges, knowledge and use of library resources and services of Chinese international students in their home libraries and current academic libraries in the United States. The goal of collecting the data is to suggest ways in which services in US academic libraries can better meet the needs of Chinese international students.

All current undergraduate, graduate or PhD students from China studying in the United States are eligible to participate. The online survey consists of approximately 30 questions, which should take approximately 25-35 minutes to complete. Questions will include details about your educational background, your knowledge of library services in China and the United States, and your use of library services in both countries. 

Please click on the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEJ3VGM3ZjJkeTdJV3E4Mm1pSTE4TVE6MQ or copy and paste the URL into your web browser to begin the survey. The survey will be available through March 19th. Your participation is greatly appreciated!

If you have questions regarding this study, you may contact Jiaqi Fu fujiaq@my.dom.edu or you may contact our professor, Dr. Christine Hagar at chagar@dom.edu.

Sincerely,

Lauren Crowther
Jiaqi Fu
April Grotberg
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