The Maryland State Law Library is conducting a brief, 12-question survey on access to legal information and law libraries. The survey is designed to advance the Maryland Judiciary’s Circuit Court Libraries Study Committee, Study Committee’s goals:
1) assessment of the court library system with respect to the needs of its users;
2) exploration of ways to enhance statewide access to legal information; and
3) discussion of strategies for ensuring the fiscal sustainability of court libraries.
The Study Committee hopes to provide recommendations in a report to be issued later in 2012. The survey is directly available at this link. It is also posted on the home pages of the State Law Library’s website and the People’s Law Library of Maryland website. The survey, which is open to all, will be available through May 7.