The law library's Spring 2011 Student Survey is now closed, with 403 total student responses. We use all feedback to help improve library services and materials for our students. We've published a selection of graphs from the quantitative questions, and we'll publish a written response to the valuable student input towards the end of the summer. This will give us a chance to review comments and implement some changes and improvements.
Contratulations to Eric Swanson, a third year day student, who won the iPod Touch, drawn at random from all student responses.
For online preferences, the primary reason people visit the Law Library website is to get past exams from our online collection.
The rest of the reasons are listed in this chart:
This chart shows the reasons people visit either of the Georgetown Law Library locations. Not surprisingly, the top reason is for quiet study.
You can view these and other published charts from the 2011 Spring Law Library Survey.
Thanks again to all students who responded. If you have input or suggestions before next year's survey, our Online Suggestion Form is always available.
Also, look to the Law Library Feedback Blog where we post questions and answers based on student input on specific topics.