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Do you have an OLLI membership survey to share?

Posted on March 30th, 2011 by Anne Cardale, OLLI National Resource Center

Dee Aguilar, OLLI at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Asks OLLI:

Do you have an OLLI membership survey to share? I am developing a membership survey and would like to see samples of surveys used by other OLLIs. I am not looking for a sample class or instructor evaluation survey, but rather a general member survey asking membersĀ  for their feedback/opinion on items such as where they heard about OLLI, price, membership added values, website use, what members value most, what would make OLLI better. If you have a survey to share, please email it to Kyle at the National Resource Center, kallen@usm.maine.edu.