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Survey on reading lists

(15 November 2017)

Durham University Library and Durham Students’ Union are running a joint survey to assess students’ views and expectations on accessibility to reading items essential for their academic work. Results from the survey will help to understand how you use your reading lists and help to improve the overall academic experience for undergraduate and taught postgraduate students. The survey will be running from Monday, 13 November to Friday, 15 December. The short survey consists of just 12 questions and should only take around 10 minutes to complete. It can be accessed here

You can also find the link to the survey in the Quick Links box on the main Durham University Library webpage and in the Library section on DUO. If you have any query about reading lists or the survey, you are welcome to ask your Academic Liaison Librarians, or contact Simon Speight (Head of Education and Research Support: s.g.speight@durham.ac.uk).