Tag Archives: survey Back

What a conundrum – libraries are the best performers but the least important Council service!

LGAQ Graph

Every two years the Local Government Association of Queensland undertakes a Community Satisfaction Tracking Survey. This research undertakes benchmarking and analysis of community satisfaction with Local Government services in Queensland.  700 households are surveyed examining the performance of the service and how important it is.  Check out the full report here Community Satisfaction Tracking Study … Read more

What does the future public library look like? We need you to tell us!

VISION 2017 review

State Library of Queensland (SLQ), in collaboration with the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ), and the Queensland Public Library Association (QPLA) are undertaking a review of The Next Horizon: VISION 2017 for Queensland public libraries. The review is being undertaken by researchers at the Digital Life Lab  at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). We … Read more

It’s time to review some library standards!

Library standards

Standards and guidelines are designed to assist Queensland public library staff and local governments in the planning and development of their library services. State Library of Queensland will shortly begin a rolling review of the standards and guidelines in consultation with public libraries which will continue on an annual basis. State Library plans on reviewing … Read more