[greenstone-users] Greenstone Survey: Announcement and Invitation to Participate

From sheble@email.unc.edu
DateMon Jun 8 10:54:41 2009
Subject [greenstone-users] Greenstone Survey: Announcement and Invitation to Participate
Please excuse cross-postings. Please share with other Greenstone users
/ developers.

If you work with Greenstone Digital Library Software in any way, including to:

□Develop digital library collections;
□Teach about digital libraries;
□Learn about digital libraries;
□Develop language interfaces for Greenstone;
□Develop other functionalities or code for Greenstone;
□Disseminate or otherwise support use of Greenstone,
You are eligible to participate in this research study.

The survey, and more information about it, are available online:

http://greenstonesurvey.wordpress.com/infosheet/

I, in collaboration with study co-investigators Ian H. Witten, Repke de
Vries, and Ron Brown, am conducting this research to learn more about:

□The organizational and technical contexts in which organizations and
individuals use Greenstone Digital Library Software;
□How support resources are used by Greenstone users; and
□How current help resources can be improved to meet user needs.

If you are a current Greenstone user and have approximately 10-15
minutes to complete the survey, your input will help advance knowledge
about the contexts of Greenstone use and support needs of users and
developers.

Please consider participating in our study. The survey, and more
information about it, are available online:

http://greenstonesurvey.wordpress.com/infosheet/

If you know others who work with Greenstone who may not have seen this
invitation, please invite them to participate in the survey by
forwarding this message.

If you prefer not to take the online version of this survey, you may
request a document (pdf) version of the survey from me at
sheble@email.unc.edu.

Questions about this study? Contact me by email sheble@email.unc.edu.

Thank you,

Laura Sheble
Doctoral Student, School of Information and Library Science,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

IRB Study # 09-0703 Announcement version date: 21-05-2009