From April 22 through May 19, the library will be running an online survey to understand how patrons use the library’s technology so we can provide resources and services that are valuable to the community.
The Impact Survey is anonymous, available in English and Spanish, and takes 10-15 minutes to complete. The survey is confidential and does not collect any personally identifiable information.
Please support the library and help us improve our services. Click the “Take Our Survey” button to access the survey. If you are using a library public access computer to fill out the survey, feel free to let office staff know if you need your computer time extended.
The Impact Survey is a project of the University of Washington Information School. For more information about the Impact Survey, visit http://impactsurvey.org.
18,828…that’s the number of reasons to love your library! That is the number of the regular print books on our shelves, and that doesn’t even include large print books, audio books, music CDs, or DVDs! However, a library’s value resides in much more than just the materials that it loans out. A library is a place to learn a new language, to earn your GED, to hone your computer skills, to meet with others or a place to just read and relax. Many of the services and materials available through the library are free, which makes your local library an invaluable resource to the community. Consider showing your love for Hudson Area Library with a monetary donation, applying to be a volunteer at our front desk, or just stopping by to say hello! We couldn’t open our doors without our valued patrons and volunteers, so thank you for the love you’ve shown our library over the years!