We want your library experiences to be valuable ones. We are constantly asking questions and looking for ways to improve the Library’s website, facilities, collections, and services.
You can help us improve the Library or Library website by participating in one of our upcoming Library studies. Our studies are short, fun, and flexible to fit your schedule. We offer small incentives to thank you for your participation.
Interested in helping out? Sign up for an upcoming Library study.
Curious about what we’ve been up to? Check out some of our studies below.
|Title||Description||Year of Study|
|TRELLIS Survey UX Study||The UX Team explored how and why users are using TRELLIS.||2018|
|Collection Signage UX Study||The UX Team wanted to understand how students locate and retrieve physical library items.||2018|
|Graduate Student Space UX Study||The UX Team talked to graduate students to find out their perspectives on library space.||2018|
|Perceptions of Internal Communications by UG Staff and Faculty||The UX Team led focus groups with faculty and staff to learn about their attitudes and perceptions towards internal communications.||2018|
|Library Furniture UX Study||The UX Team gathered feedback from students on the library’s new furniture on the lower level and second floor.||2018|
|LibGuides & AZ Database List UX Study||The UX Team wanted to understand how students experienced the library’s LibGuides & the A-Z Database List.||2017|
|Library Carrel Furniture Assessment UX Study||The UX Team asked students to choose their preferred study carrel from seven different models.||2017|
|Group Study Room Bookings UX Study||The UX Team explored how students were experiencing the new online booking system for Group Study Rooms.||2017|