Monday 4 July 2016

National Library of Ireland runs Exhibitions survey
You don't have to have visited an NLI
exhibition to take the anonymous survey
The National Library of Ireland is reviewing its exhibition programme and wants to find out if it is meeting the needs of its past and future exhibition visitors. It wants to find out what’s working well or not so well, and what it could or should do that might better meet expectations.

An anonymous online survey, which you can reach by clicking on the image to the right, is asking for your views. It consists of just 12 questions, some of them multiple choice, and a couple asking for your own ideas of topics/themes and manners of presentation for future exhibitions.

I've just completed it. It took all of 10 minutes.

The Library is also conducting face-to-face surveys with visitors as they leave the current exhibitions.The Library says it will share its survey's findings later in the year.