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Survey exploring FedLib LibGuide use during COVID-19

  • 1.  Survey exploring FedLib LibGuide use during COVID-19

    Posted 09-23-2020 13:12

    Dear Colleagues,

    You are invited to participate in a survey about Federal Library efforts to collect and disseminate information on SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 using LibGuides. We hope to garner a better understanding of how librarians serving the Federal workforce curate, share, and update pandemic information to best fit their patrons' needs and interests. The results will be reviewed to determine recommendations for future information sharing during public health emergencies. Results will also be presented at a future conference and/or published.

    Your participation in this research project and survey is confidential and voluntary. The project was reviewed and exempted by the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Institutional Review Board (WRNMMC-EDO-2020-0535; 927350) and the Defense Health Agency [DoD Survey License Exemption (#9)-Exempt #0053].

    The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. It is open until Friday, October 9, 2020 and is available using the following link: https://surveys.max.gov/733177?lang=en

    Please share broadly with other Federal Libraries and Federal Librarians; Government Employees and Contractors are encouraged to respond.

    If you have any questions or comments, please contact: sarah.c.clarke.civ@mail.mil

    Thank you for your time!


    Sharon Han (Associate Fellow, Network of the National Library of Medicine),

    Emily Shohfi (Clinical Librarian at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center),

    and Sarah C. Clarke (Medical Reference Librarians at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center)



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    Sarah Clarke
    Medical Reference Librarian
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
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