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Libraries Thriving Survey Results: Thank you for participating!

Libraries Thriving

A Collaborative Space for E-Resource Innovation. Thinking and Doing.


Libraries Thriving is an online community dedicated to 
communicating the value of libraries and their ability to impact 
the learning moment.  Libraries Thriving differs from other 
professional networks and online communities that you're involved 
in because what happens in our space is theory combined with 
practical examples.

Recently, Libraries Thriving sent out invitations to participate 
in its first online survey for gathering research about 
libraries. Through this survey, we sought to collect information 
about For-Profit Educational Institutions and their libraries. 
Now, after receiving over one hundred responses, we invite you to 
review and discuss the results here: 

Considering the success of this survey, we're interested in 
adding regular online surveys to the list of current Libraries 
Thriving community offerings, which includes online seminars, 
discussion forum conversations and learning community projects. 
Do you have an idea for a survey to collect information related 
to libraries and e-resource innovation? If so, we'd love to hear 
it. E-mail laura.warren@credoreference.com to get the survey 

Thank you for your participation in this survey and your interest 
in its results! We look forward to creating and sharing many more 
online surveys in the future. To receive notifications of 
upcoming surveys, like Libraries Thriving on Facebook 
(http://www.facebook.com/libsthriving), follow Libraries Thriving 
on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#!/libsthriving) and subscribe to 
the Libraries Thriving newsletter 

Laura Warren *Libraries Thriving and Information Literacy Intern*
*Credo Reference*

"[Credo forces] us to ask at least whether we should begin to 
expect more from a reference ebook collection than a faithful 
reproduction of a printed text" -Library Journal, 15 October 2010