MRLS COVID CARES Act Subgrant Patron Survey
This survey is in support of the Meherrin Regional Library's COVID CARES Act Subgrant award by the Library of Virginia and IMLS (Institute of Museum and Library Services). This survey is to collect knowledge and experiences with products and materials acquired through the subgrant.
Do you have a library account with Meherrin Regional Library? *
Have you used library services or materials since November 2020? *
Which branch have your visited? (check all that apply) *
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MRLS used subgrant funds to expand WiFi access outside of the buildings and farther into surrounding parking areas. Do you think current WiFi range is suffient? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to install self-checkout stations at both branches. Do you think self-checkout stations improves the patron experience as well as provides a social distancing option at the library? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to purchase handwashing stations at both branches. Do you think hand washing stations improves patron options for a healthier environment? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to purchase hotspots at both locations. Do you think lending hotspots to patrons will improve patron access to the internet? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to purchase additional bookcarts to facilitate storage of returned materials while quarantining them for cleaning purposes. Do you think sanitizing or quarantining returned materials is/was important in preventing COVID spread? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to purchase to replace the water fountains at the Richardson Library (Emporia) with a water fountain with bottle filler and filter. Do you think a water fountain with bottle filler reduces germ spread and improves patron access to clean drinking water? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to purchase "sneeze" barriers at the circulation desk and patron computers at the Brunswick County Library (Lawrenceville). Do you think these "sneeze" barriers supports a healthier environment for user access? *
MRLS used subgrant funds to purchase online content (Tumblebooks and eBooks though Overdrive) and Launchpads (digital/educational tablets) to support virtual school learning and digital literacy. Do you think additional online content and educational tools improves student access? *
On a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best, how would you rate MRLS' response to the COVID-19 crisis and their investment of funds from the COVID CARES IMLS Subgrant? *
Thank you for completing this survey. Please feel free to leave any other comment or feedback you feel would improve library services.
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