The law library's Spring 2010 Student Survey is now closed, and we're happy to report that we received more than 600 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 all questions towards the end of the summer. This will give us a chance to review and respond to the 2,000+ narrative comments received.
Congratulations to Pablo Kapusta, a third-year law student who won an iPod Touch in the drawing. All students who completed the survey were eligible. Thanks to everybody who completed the survey.
As you can see here, the primary reason students visit our physical library is to find a quiet study space. This answer and the rest of the responses is shown here:
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:
You can view these and other published charts from the 2010 Spring Law Library Survey.