Tag: feedback

How can we do better?

We firmly believe that while we should be anticipating and leading library service development, that our best source of inspiration has always been you – our clients.  You can see some of the most recent changes we have been able

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Be the student led change you would like to see

The Library has been steered and shaped by generations of student-led change.  We love to listen now as much as ever to all your comments, suggestions, ideas and criticisms and draw inspiration from your insights and creativity.  While the feedback

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A review of student led change (in six parts)

Encouraging feedback we receive each year in the National Student Survey reassures us that we are getting most of the important things right and delivering the things that you most need and love.  Every year you tell us our eresources

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Leaving us next Summer? Help shape your university

The National Student Survey (NSS) is carried out each year with all final year undergraduate students in UK Higher Education having the opportunity to take part. This is around 300,000 students, including over 4,500 from the University of Portsmouth. How

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Student led change

Student feedback and suggestions have shaped the library we have now and we love to listen to all you have to say. It’s not just the NSS survey filled out by those about to graduate that we listen to! If

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The future’s bright…

…the future’s in the post box (which is bright red at time of writing). We are continuing to build on client feedback, turning whole areas of shelving into new study spaces with more power sockets on the upper floors to

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NSS success and motivation to improve further

We just got the results of the latest NSS and were thrilled to discover that despite the question in the NSS changing this year from whether final year students felt library resources had been adequate to whether library services and facilities made

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