Informed Consent for Embudo Valley Library Survey

Purpose. This research will help the library develop welcoming public space for community residents.   Embudo Valley Library is working with the UNM School of Public Administration to conduct this research.  
Why you are asked to participate. People are asked to participate who are residents of Dixon, Embudo, or Rinconada, library patrons, and/or attend programs or events on library property or that are sponsored by the library. 
What you will do.  Complete a survey or give feedback in other ways that are relevant to you.
Time to complete the survey or interview.  About 8 minutes.
How will the findings be used?  This project will provide information on how Embudo Valley Library can develop their grounds to be welcoming public space for community members.
Privacy and Confidentiality  Your involvement in the research is voluntary, and you may choose not to participate. You can refuse to answer any of the questions at any time. There are no names or identifying information associated with your responses. If published, results will be presented in summary form only, no identifying information will be published.  There are no known risks in this research. Data will be summarized to produce a planning document for developing library grounds.  All identifiable information (e.g., your name) will be removed from the data collected in this project. After removing identifiers, the information may be used for future research or shared with other researchers without your additional informed consent.  If you have any questions, concerns, or complaints about the research, please feel free to call Felicity Fonseca at 505-579-9181 or felicity@embudovalleylibrary.org or Augustín León-Moreta at 505-277-1092 or apleonmoreta@unm.edu. If you have questions regarding your rights as a research participant, or about what you should do in case of any harm to you, or if you want to obtain information or offer input, please contact the UNM Office of the IRB (OIRB) at (505) 277-2644 or irb.unm.edu.  By reading this consent form for a survey you will be agreeing to participate in the above described research.

 

 

 

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* 1. How do you use library grounds and how often?

  Regularly Occassionally Rarely Never Other-please specify
Attend Fiesta de Santa Rosa
Use outdoor public seating at library, community center, or alley
I use the outdoor open space for recreation, health, or play
Visit orchard or pollinator garden
Visit tile mural
Visit Dixon Farmer's Market
Picnic in orchard
Use the wi-fi
My child attends library programs and uses the orchard/park 
My child goes to the library independently and uses the park/orchard

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* 2. What matters to you most in developing library grounds?

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* 3. What would you like to be able to do on library grounds that you can't do now?

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* 4. What are your favorite parts of the library grounds?  Please rank from 1 to 5, with 1 as most favorite, 5 as least favorite.

  1-Most Favorite 2 3-Medium 4 5-Least Favorite
Internet Access
Outdoor Seating
Orchard and Trees
Landscaping and Flowers
Pollinator Garden
Tile Mural
Sidewalks
Open Space

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* 5. What programs or activities would you use or attend on library grounds?

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* 6. What other programming would you like to see?

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* 7. Any other comments?

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* 8. How old are you?

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* 9. How long have you lived in Dixon/Embudo/Rinconada?

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