UEL Archives Feedback Survey

UEL Archives Feedback Survey

As we approach the end of Semester A, we would like to take DSCF5907this opportunity to highlight our UEL Archives Feedback Survey! We would be very interested to hear from both students and staff based at UEL and all of the responses and feedback that we receive will be very beneficial for us as we endeavour to create a strategy for the Archives which will help to facilitate greater access to the collections that we hold, whilst improving the relevancy of the service that we are able to offer.

We would very much like to collect feedback on both the Archive and the service that we currently offer and, equally, the types of services that you may like us to offer in the future.  We would very much like to encourage you to complete the survey and to include any feedback that you feel would be relevant.

The survey is anonymous but if you wish to receive a response to any issues you have raised, please include your name and email address in the section at the end of the survey.

Link to Survey:  www.surveymonkey.com/s/QQJBR9W

The survey will also be available as a link from a page from our UEL Archives blog, please visit:  UEL Archives Feedback Survey.

Many thanks in advance for your help and assistance,

Paul Dudman



About Paul V Dudman

Archivist responsible for the Refugee Archives at the University of East London.
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