STS Continuing Education Survey 2003
Please indicate how interested you are in learning more about the
following topics. Choices on a 5 point scale:
not interested-->somewhat interested-->very interested
Electronic reference (email, chat, etc.)
Presentation and teaching skills
Design tools for instructional websites
Information literacy in the sciences
Subject reference sources
Coping with the cost of serials
Selecting electronic resources
Effect of electronic sources on library collections and services
Providing access to electronic resources
Improving liaison relations with academic faculty
Improving document delivery services
Web page design
Improving access for distance learners
Citation software (ProCite, etc.)
Web tools (Java, CGI scripting, etc.)
Designing web tutorials
Licensing issues and strategies
Please list three topics you are most interested in learning about:
1. 2. 3.
Number of years since you graduated from library/information science school
16 or more
Undergraduate major (choose one):
Do you have a graduate degree other than library or information science?
Are you a member of STS?
Do you subscribe to STS-L?
Do you attend ALA meetings regularly?
Which delivery methods for continuing education opportunities do you prefer? Please check all that apply:
credit courses- traditional
credit courses- distance
Are you aware of the Science/Technology Library Mentors service (formerly called Collegial Counsel)?
Have you ever used Science/ Technology Library Mentors?
Would you like to become a
Science/Technology Library Mentor
If so, please fill out the following information:
Topics you would be willing to share as a mentor
1. 2. 3.
Would you attend pre-conference training opportunities and/or workshops at
Special Libraries Association
if you could attend at SLA member rates?