Thank you for the steps you've taken to reduce the level of noise at the library. I did notice a decrease in the noise level this past week, when, after a long absence from your library, due to the excessive noice level, I finally returned. That is the one thing your survey did not address. How many people had to seek out other places to study because the library their tuition supports was not a feasible place to study. It has improved. Thanks so much for taking steps to correct the problem. Now the people who can study with or with noise AND the people who require a quieter, traditional library setting can be accomodated. :-)
#1 Kathy Christensen on 2010-03-10 20:59
Thanks for your comment. I'm glad that you have experienced an improved environment for studying.

We are still working on improving signs and investigating other options for noise control. We will continue to monitor the situation and make policy and procedural changes as necessary.
Kathy Irwin, Head of Circulation Services
#1.1 Kathy Irwin on 2010-03-11 09:06
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