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AFPL Innovation Survey
Which of the following describes you?
I am a year-round Avalon resident
I am a non-resident Avalon property owner
I am an Avalon vacation renter
I am visiting Avalon for the day
I live or own property elsewhere in Cape May County (Stone Harbor, Wildwood, etc...)
What is your age range?
What are your hobbies/interests and what could AFPL provide to help you pursue these?
When you come to the Library, what is your primary use for technology?
None of the above
When using technology, particularly new technology provided by the Library, which do you value most?
Which of the following best describes you?
I want access to the newest technology available
I usually take a while to adopt new technologies
I avoid using new technologies
Which do you prefer?
Technology that I can use in-building at the Library
Technology that I can borrow from the Library and take home
I prefer to take advantage of both options
Which of the following devices do you currently use or plan on purchasing? Check all that apply:
iPhone and/or iPad
Android phone and/or tablet
Kindle e-Reader (black and white screen)
Roku/Apple TV/Android TV/Slingbox/other smart TV device
Other smart home device
Which of the following are you interested in learning more about? Check all that apply:
Smart home devices
Cord-cutting TV devices like Apple TV, Roku, Slingbox, etc.
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
Are you interested in being able to do any of the following at the Library? Check all that apply:
Video transfer (e.g. changing VHS, DVD to digital format)
Audio transfer (e.g. changing vinyl records, cassettes, etc. to digital format)
Building or repairing a PC
Are you aware that we loan out Roku streaming devices, blu-ray players, and wireless hotspots?
Is there any other loanable technology or innovation that you would find useful?
Are you interested in checking out non-traditional items from the Library if offered? Check all that apply:
Craft supplies (scrapbooking, jewelry making, paper-making, sewing, knitting, etc.)
Photography equipment (camera, tripod, portable photo tents for objects, light kits, etc.)
Audio equipment / portable speakers
Is there a technology or innovative service that the Library should acquire/offer that we currently are not?
When introducing new technology, how should the Library present it to the public? Check all that apply:
Announce it via social media
Feature it on the Library website
Have the staff tell us about it
I can figure it out on my own
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