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Thank you, Meg. I also had serious concerns about this as well. 

It points to the fact that our field could use a research ethics committee of some kind. I see so many of these kinds of issues - asking people in our field to give up personal information without evidence of careful review. It impacts the kinds of information we have to work with when trying to make improvements in services and, even, working conditions of our colleagues.

Warmly,
Christina Neigel, Associate Professor
University of the Fraser Valley

On Feb 4, 2016, at 7:37 AM, Meg Raven <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

 

Iím curious about this organization.  I visited the web site and find it skimpy to say the least.  Only two members make up the Board of Directors and there are no members of the National Advisory Committee.  To announce its presence to a national audience with a salary survey seems somewhat inappropriate to me. 

 

I will need more information about this organization, how the survey information will be used, who is collecting the data and doing the analyses, and how the information will be stored before partaking.

 

Meg Raven

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Meg Raven

Coordinator of Collections & Reference Services

Liaison Librarian for the Sciences

Mount Saint Vincent University Library

Halifax, NS, B3M 2J6

T: 902-457-6403

F: 902-457-6445

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Subject: [APLA] Invitation to complete the 2016 National Salary Survey

 

Librarianship.ca is pleased to invite you to complete the 2016 National Salary Survey of Library and Information Management Professionals. The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.

We encourage you to complete the survey by the due date March 6, 2016. The higher the response rate, the better the final product will be in accurately portraying the benefits and remuneration of the members of the Canadian library and information management community.

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The results of the Survey will be available in May 2016.


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