The National Library of Scotland is a partner in the development of an exciting new project at Kelvin Hall, Glasgow .which will create new purpose-built research facilities for moving image, sound and digital content.  These new facilities will offer access to the Scottish Screen Archive (previously located at Hillington), Sound Scotland and digital content currently only available through the NLS Reading Rooms in Edinburgh.  This digital content includes e-books, newspapers, digitised manuscripts, maps, magazines and other content. from the Library.  

This survey is being carried out to assist in the design of these new NLS facilities and services. Please help us by completing this questionnaire if you are interested in research or in finding out about Scotland's moving images/films or sound heritage.  All completed questionnaires will be entered into a prize draw for two £50 Amazon vouchers.
The survey is being conducted in accordance with the Market Research Society's Code of Conduct: all responses will be confidential and no individuals will be identified in the reporting.

Please answer the questions by selecting your answer or writing in a response: the closing date for responses is Friday, 31 January.  If you wish to enter the prize draw for two £50 Amazon vouchers, please provide your contact details at the end of the questionnaire.  When you have completed the questionnaire please click on the submit button.  
  Which of these best describes your interest in research or in finding out about Scotland's moving images/films or sound heritage?  Please select one option.
 
  Do you live or work in any of following local authority areas?
  Are you a member of any of the following groups?
  Which University are you at?
 
  Which College are you at?
 
 
Scottish Screen Archive
The Scottish Screen Archive is Scotland's national moving image collection and preserves over 100 years of Scottish history on film and video.  

The Screen Archive provides thousands of titles for personal or commercial use, or to be viewed onsite.  It also contains non-film material relating to the Archive, including photographs and printed material on Scottish film production and advertising.
  Do you currently use any of the Scottish Screen Archive resources?
  Do you currently carry out research about moving image/films using services/resources from anywhere else (other than the Scottish Screen Archive)?
 
  How interested would you be in visiting the new centre at Kelvin Hall to use the following Scottish Screen Archive services?
  Very interested   Quite interested   No opinion   Not very interested   Not at all interested   Don't know  
  SSA digital material that cannot be currently accessed online            

  Digital material/DVDs/Videos at individual workstations            

  Digital material/DVDs/videos in group booths for up to five people            

  Scottish Screen Archive print material e.g. film scripts, filmmakers' papers, posters, etc            

  Film screenings in screening rooms for up to 120 people            

  Workshops on films            

  CPD workshops linked to the new Curriculum for teachers              

  Curriculum based workshops for school pupils            
  How frequently might you visit Kelvin Hall to use the SSA service/s that you are interested in?
  Once a week or more often   Every two-three weeks   Every one or two months   Three - four times a year   Once or twice a year   Less often than once a year   Don't know  
  SSA digital material that cannot be currently accessed online              

  Digital material/DVDs/Videos at individual workstations              

  Digital material/DVDs/videos in group booths for up to five people              

  Scottish Screen Archive print material e.g. film scripts, filmmakers' papers, posters, etc              

  Film screenings in screening rooms for up to 120 people              

  Workshops on films              

  CPD workshops linked to the new Curriculum for teachers                

  Curriculum based workshops for school pupils              
Thinking about the services you are interested in, please explain why you are interested - for example what you might use them for.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thinking about the services that you are not interested in, please explain why you are not interested.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Would you use Scottish Screen Archive online or onsite resources more or less frequently than you do currently?
  More frequently   About the same   Less frequently   Don't currently use  
  Online resources        

  Visits to use onsite resources        
 
 
National Library of Scotland - Licensed Digital Collections
Registering with the National Library of Scotland (for free) enables you to access an extensive range of content in digitial form - our Licensed Digital Collections. This includes thousands of digitised books, magazines, manuscripts, newspapers, maps, market research reports and many other publications.

If you have an address in Scotland you can access much of this content outside the library via a pc/laptop/mobile device. Due to contract restrictions, some material is only available on NLS premises to registered readers.
  Were you aware that there is a range of licensed digital collections that are only accessible to registered readers on NLS premises?
  Have you visited the Reading Rooms at the National Library of Scotland (NLS) in Edinburgh in the past two years?
  Have you ever accessed the Licensed Digital Collections during your visit/s to the NLS Reading Rooms?
  How interested would you be in visiting the new centre at Kelvin Hall to access the NLS licensed digital collections that can only be viewed onsite?
 
  How frequently might you visit NLS at Kelvin Hall to use the Licensed Digital Collections?
 
  Would having access to the Licensed Digital Collections at Kelvin Hall change the frequency of your visits to the NLS Reading Rooms in Edinburgh?
 
E-legal Deposit
The National Library of Scotland is a legal deposit library.  This means it has a legal right to receive a copy of any book published in the United Kingdom.  Since April 2013 the Library also has the right to a copy of material published in digital/electronic form - e-legal deposit.  

Although currently the e-legal deposit material being received is principally journal articles, it is expected to grow to include a wide range of material as publishers increasingly publish only in digital form.
  Were you aware that NLS registered readers can access e-legal deposit material on NLS premises?
  Have you accessed e-legal deposit material at the NLS Reading Rooms?
  How interested would you be in visiting the new centre at Kelvin Hall to access the NLS e-legal deposit material?
 
  How frequently might you visit NLS at Kelvin Hall to use e-legal deposit material?
 
  Would having access to e-legal deposit at Kelvin Hall change the frequency of your visits to the NLS Reading Rooms in Edinburgh?
 
Sound Scotland
Sound Scotland, formerly known as the Scottish Sound Archive, is a new collaborative project designed to promote sound archives by encouraging activities to share, explore, connect and preserve access to Scotland's sound heritage.  The project includes building a portal to locate and access Scottish sound content and support those wishing to create their own content.
  How interested would you be in visiting the new centre at Kelvin Hall to research Scotland's audio heritage through Sound Scotland facilities?
 
  How interested would you be in visiting Kelvin Hall to learn how to record content that might be added to Sound Scotland?
 
  How frequently might you visit NLS at Kelvin Hall to access the Sound Scotland facilities or training?
 
Section Four: Using Kelvin Hall  
  Overall, how likely would you be to visit Kelvin Hall to use the proposed facilities?  
The facilities include access to the Scottish Screen Archive, Sound Scotland and digital content currently only available through the NLS Reading Rooms in Edinburgh.
  Thinking about the opening hours for Kelvin Hall, when would you be most likely to visit?
  What days of the week are you most likely to visit?
 
 
  Would you be interested in either of the following?
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