Moree Community Library wants your help
The magic of libraries is personal, subjective and multi-faceted.
And this is why Big Sky Libraries is surveying residents for thoughts about the Moree library and how it is used, and what could be offered to entice those who don’t.
Co-operative library manager Sally Walters said the library survey is conducted every two years so Big Sky Libraries can better serve the community.
But to do that, Big Sky Libraries need help from Moree locals.
“The purpose of this survey is to give library members and the general public the opportunity to tell us how they feel about the existing library service,” Mrs Walters said.
“The survey asks those who use the library for their feedback on its programs and services and questions non-users what services or programs would bring them to the library.
“Everyone’s responses help shape the direction of the library and help us plan for future services,” Mrs Walters said.
Completing the survey is easy.
Alternatively, respondents can log in from home by following the links on the following websites: Big Sky Libraries: www.bsl.nsw.gov.au.
Moree Plains Shire Council: www.mpsc.nsw.gov.au.
“I encourage everyone to participate and provide feedback in an effort to continue to improve community libraries,” Mrs Walters said.
Residents are asked to have their say on the services of Big Sky Libraries by following the links on the website. Alternatively, library staff can help respondents fill out the survey by using an iPad or computer at Moree Plains Library.
Survey Closes: Sunday, May 27, 2018
Prize allocation: $200 visa gift voucher
Notification of winners: June 1, 2018
Media Release: May 1, 2018
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