KFPL Indigenous Services Survey
The purpose of this survey is to identify the types of programs and services that Indigenous communities would like to see from the library in the near future.
 
1.

How often do you visit the library?

Daily
Weekly
Monthly
For special events
Not at all
2.

Do you identify as Indigenous?

Yes
No
Prefer not to say
3.

What type of Indigenous programming would you like to attend at KFPL? Please rank your choices 1, 2, 3 etc. If a program doesn't interest you, please leave it blank. If you have program recommendations, please leave them in the comment section.


(1 = Most important)
 
Children's Storytimes
Crafts
Elder-led Storytelling
Guest Speakers
Performers
Film Screenings
Indigenous Language Learning Programs
Indigenous Entrepreneurship Workshops and Networking
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4.

Which age groups should the library's Indigenous programming and collections focus upon? Please rank your choices 1, 2, 3 etc.


(1 = Most important)
 
0-5 years
6-12 years
12-18 years
General Adults
5.

How often should the library plan to host Indigenous programming? Please rank your choices 1, 2, 3 etc.


(1 = Most important)
 
Monthly
Every two months
Every three months
Every four months
6.

Are there languages, or a single language you would like to learn or see in the library's programming? Please rank your choices 1, 2, 3 etc. If an option does not interest you, please leave it blank. Please leave any recommendations in the comment section.


(1 = Most important)
 
Ojibwa
Mohawk
Cree
Michif
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7.
Are there certain library locations you would like to see Indigenous programming? Please check all that apply.
Central Branch
Isabel Turner Branch
Calvin Park Branch
Pittsburgh Branch
Sydenham Branch
Arden Branch
Sharbot Lake Branch
Cloyne Branch
Plevna Branch
Wolfe Island Branch
Howe Island Branch
Mountain Grove Branch
Hartington Branch
Parham Branch
Storrington Branch
Rideau Heights Branch
8.

Would you like Indigenous materials located in one major collection at the library's Central Branch, or would you like materials to be spread amongst selected locations?

One major collection
Spread amongst selected locations
9.

On a scale of 1-10, how important are the library's print and online Indigenous materials to preserving, promoting and teaching indigenous cultures?

Not Important         Very Important  
 
10.

On a scale of 1-10, how important is the future library programming to preserving, promoting and teaching Indigenous cultures?

Not Important         Very Important  
 
11.

Please leave any additional comments below.

 

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