Libraries Australia survey: our members are quick off the mark!

Image: Australian athlete Clarice Kennedy and American athlete Leo Lermond sprint training, New South Wales, 11 January 1930

The Libraries Australia member survey opened last Wednesday 28 February ... and we’ve been overwhelmed by your speedy responses!

Just a few hours after the survey opened, over 100 of you had already completed it. As of today, that number has risen to over 200. 

But we’re not there yet!

We want to hear from all our members—from senior leaders to library managers and practitioners working at the library coalface. So ... if you haven't completed the survey yet (or, if you've started it, but not quite reached the finish line), we encourage you to get moving!

Not only will you be helping us better understand your organisation and how you use Libraries Australia, you'll be in the running to win a great prize. Every 50th person to fill in the survey will receive a Libraries Australia prize pack, and every 100th respondent will also win a detailed analysis of their organisation’s collection.

The survey is open until Sunday 25 March.

Fill in the Libraries Australia member survey.

Prize winners

We’re delighted to congratulate the following prize winners so far.

50th response: Tara Thomas (Libraries Australia prize pack)

100th response: Helen Butler, State Library of South Australia (Collection analysis and Libraries Australia prize pack)

150th response: Amanda Steen, Federation University Australia (Libraries Australia prize pack)

200th response: Robyn Draper, Gunnedah Shire Library (Collection analysis and Libraries Australia prize pack)