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Survey Says – CALL Members Want More Technology Articles

CALL President Julie Pabarja surveyed the membership last year (June 2015).  The survey resulted in a list of topics members were interested in reading about in the CALL Bulletin.

From Debbie Ginsberg’s word cloud (see featured image above), articles on technology are of most interest to CALL members.  We are therefore re-starting the CALL BulletinTechBuzz” technology column (last published in Issue No. 225, Fall 2012). Continue reading Survey Says – CALL Members Want More Technology Articles

AALL2go Pick of the Month–Surveys: When to Use Them and Why

In the webinar Surveys: When to Use Them and Why, Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian at Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law, shares insights and best practices regarding creating and distributing surveys. She proposes the following steps for seeing a survey through from its creation to its distribution and review: plan, draft, test edit, distribute, analyze, and report. Also helpful is her evaluation of three popular survey tools: Qualtrics, Survey Monkey, and Google Forms.

Find this and many more archived continuing education programs on AALLNET.