About the MISO Survey

The MISO (Merged Information Services Organizations) Survey is an annual survey of faculty, staff, and students at colleges and universities with merged library and IT departments. It is coordinated by Bryn Mawr College and designed to measure how faculty, students, and staff view library and computing services in higher education. Further information, including a list of participating institutions, may be found at the MISO Survey website.

About Connecticut College's participation in the survey

Connecticut College first participated in the survey in 2006, and again in 2009, 2011, and 2012. Further participation is being discussed for 2014 or 2015. This site provides access to some of the key findings from the most recent MISO surveys at Connecticut College. These findings reveal, among other things, which services provided by Connecticut College Information Services are the most valuable to our students, faculty, and staff; which are the most successful; and how the campus community, particularly students, uses information technology.

For more information, please contact Amanda Watson (amanda.watson@conncoll.edu), the campus survey coordinator, or Lee Hisle (lee.hisle@conncoll.edu), Vice President for Information Services and Librarian of the College.

About this site

Here you'll find summaries of the most recent MISO survey findings for Connecticut College, broken down by studentfaculty, and staff populations; some graphs of notable trends over time; and other downloadable documents relating to the survey, including PDFs of presentations on the data given by the survey coordinators.