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Outsell's IM Benchmarking Survey - please note revised deadline of 30th November

*With a big thank you to everyone who has contributed so far*

Over the past several years, Outsell's IM Benchmarking Survey results show spending on e-books to be almost flat, despite the proliferation of platforms and formats, and the same was predicted for 2015. How has this situation changed in 2015/16? How does your library compare to other education sector libraries? This is just a reminder that you can find out by participating in Outsell's 2015 survey for library leaders and managers, which is now live!

In return for your participation, you will instantly receive a free 12-page data report showing how your responses compare to both your peer group, and the library community as a whole.  You can find the survey at: http://outsell.interceptsurveys.com/IMB

The survey should take around 20 minutes of your time to complete (you can pause it and return at will), and all information will be kept strictly confidential. We know many of you have been kindly taking the time to consult with colleagues about your responses, and to review the questionnaire carefully. Thus, we have revised the deadline to Monday 30th November, 2015.

Questions? Need a copy of the questionnaire?  Contact Leonie Nicholas, Affiliate Analyst, Outsell, Inc., at lnicholas@outsellinc.com.

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