WebJunction and TechSoup for Libraries are partnering on a series of webinars focused on the topic of "Libraries and Social Media." We’d like to understand more about how your library uses social media and your learning needs on this topic as we develop these fall 2017 sessions. Registration will open soon and we will share information from the survey in the webinars and in a final report. Thank you for taking the time to share your input!

* 1. Indicate your library's use of the following social media platforms:

  Daily posts Multiple posts per week Post around once per week Post once or twice per month Post once or twice per year Don't have library presence

* 2. We use social media platforms for the following:

  Currently Have dabbled Would like to start No plans to Not sure
Share pictures from library events
Share about library events
Pop culture news
Artwork made or displayed in the library
Share about library services
To advocate on public policy issues (e.g. Net Neutrality, IMLS funding, Privacy)
Focused engagement, e.g. Twitter chats using hashtags
Live streaming
Share other community events or news
Provide reference or readers' advisory
Images of work life behind the scenes
Leveraging hashtags
Invite comments from followers
Share book or library related posts from others
Staff, volunteer and customer profiles
Highlight library collections
Extreme weather and other topics of hyperlocal interest

* 3. Who posts to or manages social media for your library? (Check all that apply)

* 4. How many hours does that staff member(s) spend on social media each week:

* 5. Approximately how many people follow your library's social media platforms? (if applicable)

  1,000 or fewer 1,000 - 5,000 5,000 - 10,000 10K + N/A

* 6. What are the biggest challenges to managing your library's social media presence? (Check all that apply)

* 7. Do you have a social media policy for your library?

* 9. Is your organization a....? (Select all that apply)

* 10. What other facets related to social media would you like to learn more about?