[greenstone-devel] Greenstone User Survey: Reminder

From Ian H Witten
DateTue, 21 Dec 2004 09:33:11 +1300
Subject [greenstone-devel] Greenstone User Survey: Reminder
In-Reply-To (7362E81D-44B8-11D9-B1AC-0003938ADA20-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
Thanks very much to those who have responded to the Greenstone User
Survey. If you haven't, please help us by completing the survey by 29
December 2004 if you possibly can:

http://www.lib.wayne.edu/org/greenstone/survey.php

cheers
ian

On 03/12/2004, at 12:18 PM, Ian H Witten wrote:

> The Greenstone development team seeks a better understanding of your
> needs for user support for digital library software. We would like all
> users and developers to complete a User Survey, which asks about the
> adequacy of the present support services and solicits views on ways to
> improve them. It is available at:
>
> http://www.lib.wayne.edu/org/greenstone/survey.php
>
> Why?
>
> The number of Greenstone users is growing. We are keen to to maintain
> progress in improving and disseminating Greenstone. In consultation
> with our international sponsors, we feel that new organizational and
> methodological approaches should be considered -- particularly in
> developing countries -- to satisfy the worldwide demand for Greenstone
> user support.
>
> Who?
>
> All users and developers are invited to complete the questionnaire. If
> you install Greenstone, build collections, promote it, teach people
> how to use it, or work to develop it in other ways -- we want to hear
> from you!
>
> When?
>
> Please complete the survey by Wednesday, 29 December 2004. If you have
> difficulty completing the online version, a downloadable Microsoft
> Word version is available from the survey web page.
>
> Help?!
>
> The survey web page contains full instructions. Please contact Laura
> at lauras@wayne.edu if you need any help with the survey.
>
> Thanks!
>
> We are deeply grateful to Laura Sheble of Wayne State University for
> preparing this survey instrument, and thank the College of Urban,
> Labor and Metropolitan Affairs, Wayne State University
> (http://www.culma.wayne.edu/) for hosting it.
>
> More thanks!!!
>
> Thank you for completing this survey.
>
> cheers
> ian
>
>
>