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Assessment in the MIT Libraries   Tags: assessment, space assessment, survey, usability, user experience, user interface, user needs  

A guide to the MIT Libraries' activities related to continuous assessment and improvement.
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The MIT Libraries assesses its services through regular surveys as well as user needs studies and usability studies to ensure that our physical and virtual services meet the needs of the MIT community. This guide describes our processes and presents some of the results. 

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Assessment news

The MIT Libraries are planning the next triennial survey, to be launched in November.

The User Experience group developed a new home page and is working to revamp the news site, based on user feedback and usability testing through the fall and spring this past year. See the results!

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