NewsLocal News / July 16, 2020

Indianapolis Public Library Seeking Input On Strategic Plan

Indianapolis Public Library Seeking Input On Strategic Plan

The Indianapolis Public Library is developing plans to evolve operations, and it seeks public input to build those plans.

CEO Jackie Nytes says the three-year strategic planning process involves citizen participation to generate an important blueprint for the system.

“We do anticipate the plan will include an increased emphasis on helping people through the digital divide and how to become comfortable with online resources," Nytes said.

Nytes encourages residents to provide feedback through online and printable surveys.

The online survey, available in both English and Spanish, asks about Marion County residency, frequency of library use, satisfaction level of services, kinds of resources used, areas of continuing need, and barriers to service.

Printable surveys, available in 10 languages, can be filled out and returned to any Indianapolis Public Library location by July 31.

 

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