Survey for Readers of MedLib Blogs

From Marcus Banks:

I’m working on a paper for a meeting in Las Vegas next month, called, “Delving into the Health Sciences Biblioblogosphere: How Has it Changed our Professional Practice?” The abstract is below.

For the paper I’ll include results of a survey of librarians who read blogs that are written by health sciences librarians and targeted to other professionals. These blogs should generally focus on library issues (which excludes my humble home here).

If you read blogs by and for health sciences librarians, please take 5-10 minutes to complete the survey. The survey is open until January 21, and I’m happy to answer any and all questions.

Thank you very much.

So if you’re reading this post, you’re probably the sort of person Marcus is looking to take the survey. Marcus says responding will take 5-10 minutes, but I found it took less than 2 minutes.

If you yourself write a MedLib blog that is read by medical libraryfolk, it’d be great if you’d also put up a post encouraging your readers to take the survey! Marcus has promised to share the results, so we’ll all benefit from the largest possible number of survey respondents.