Attending ASIS&T? Call for Participants Health Equity in Academic Libraries Interviews

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Dear Colleagues,

Please help me further examine work place health issues of those working in Academic Libraries. Results of this study will be made available as a contributed paper at ACRL 2013.

This is an open study, please feel free to pass this invitation on to those you feel might be interested in participating.

This research is being conducted by Kiyomi Deards of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, IRB # 20111112254EX.

There are three ways you can participate:

1.?? ?Online
2.?? ?By Phone
3.?? ?In-Person Baltimore, MD? October 27-30

Interviews will take thirty minutes to one hour to complete.

In person interviews will be conducted in the following cities on the days indicated, those who are unable to meet in person, or who prefer to be interviewed over the phone may schedule a phone interview instead.

You are receiving this message because you are 19 years of age or older and working in an academic library.? If you work for twenty (20) or more hours per week and? if you are interested in participating please email me at kdeards2@unl.edu with the subject Health Study Interviews and indicate how you would like to participate (Online, By Phone, In-Person).

Please click the link below to view and download a copy of the informed consent form.

Exploring Health Equity in Academic Libraries Study (Interviews) Informed Consent Form
http://libraryadventures.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Deards_Health_Equity_Online_Informed_Consent.pdf

This study will accept participants until December 31, 2012. (Please note the revised end date).

Thank you for your consideration,
Kiyomi D. Deards