IRIS student survey – win prizes

Close on the heels of the ebook survey (please enter that, by the way), the IRIS Project today launches a survey investigating Cambridge students’ use and knowledge of online resources. IRIS stands for Induction, Research and Information Skills.

Prizes of an iPod Nano or one of two £25 Borders vouchers are offered as an incentive to enter the survey.


From the IRIS web page:

If you’re a student at Cambridge University we’d love to hear your views. Why do you search for information? What sort of information is important to you? How do you know where to find it?

IRIS is a research project which forms part of the Arcadia Fellowship Programme, a three-year project funded by a generous grant from the Arcadia Foundation to Cambridge University Library. The programme seeks to explore the role of academic libraries in the digital age. A previous project, well worth a visit, is the science@cambridge portal which gathers together the many online scientific resources available through the university. (How about one for ‘The Arts’?)

Also they’ve got blogs: the IRIS Project blog and The Arcadia Project blog.


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