Survey for Discontinuing 24-Hour Service



Survey for Discontinuing 24-Hour Service



 Since October 2005, the Chikushi Library has been providing 24-hour service. This service has allowed you to study at the reading room, as well as browse and borrow materials even when the library is closed (except the year-end and New Year holidays) by using the admission card distributed to each laboratory. Since the incident of missing library materials has occurred in Chikushi Library and Ito Library (currently known as the Science and Technology Library) in March of this year, the Chikushi Library is required to strengthen its security systems.
 To continue this service, we would have to upgrade the security systems in Chikushi Library: introducing access control systems, renewing control equipment, etc. It will be difficult for the library to cover this cost at this juncture. Alternatively, the remote library service is being enhanced by introducing e-journals and e-books, which can access for 24 hours anytime, anywhere. Given the circumstances, we have decided to start the discussion about discontinuing 24-hour Service.
 Now we would like to conduct this survey to understand use frequency and purpose of this service. The result of this survey will be used as a basis for discussion, so please take a moment and complete the questionnaire as written below.
 Thank you for your cooperation.


Survey Guidelines

1. Target: Faculty Members, Staffs and Students in Chikushi Campus

2. How to answer: Please access the web page below. (It takes approximately 10 minutes.)…          

3. Due date: 18, January, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.


Supervisor: Takada
Chikushi Library, Library Office

TEL:092-583-7514 (ext. 7514)




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