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Survey
We hope you will take a few minutes to complete the SLS alumni survey. We are interested in learning more about you and your opinion about the new SLS Alumni Association. You can complete the survey online or download the form and mail it to Butler Library.

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Graduates of the School of Library Service
2003 Survey
Please provide the following information.


Name:
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Home Information

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Business Information

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Mail Preference Home Business


Other Degrees
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1. Please provide information about your current or most recent professional assignment.


2. Please indicate activities that would be of interest to you and other Alumni Association members.


3. Please indicate professional development or education opportunities that could be provided for SLS alumni.


4. Would you serve as a committee or board member of the Alumni Association for the School of Library Service?


5. Would you like to receive mailings about the Columbia Libraries and Information Service programs?
Yes No

6. Do you regularly attend national or regional meetings of library associations such as ALA or SLA where a reception could be organized?








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