Survey about Discover Earth Exhibit at Central Rappahannock Regional Library We would like to know what you think about the Discover Earth exhibit that is currently on display at your library. This quick survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete. We will be using your answers along with those of other library visitors’ to learn what library visitors think about the exhibit. If you have questions about this survey, please contact Evaluation & Research Associates at era@eraeval.org.

(1) About how many minutes have you spent looking at the Discover Earth exhibit? If you have attended the exhibit more than once, please add the total the number of minutes you have looked at the exhibit.
Total minutes

(2) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements.
Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Not Applicable
I think the Discover Earth exhibit is very interesting.
I plan to visit the Discover Earth exhibit again at my library.
I learned a lot from the Discover Earth exhibit.
The Discover Earth exhibit is a valuable addition to my library.
The Discover Earth exhibit increased my interest in learning more about earth science.
I plan to learn more about earth science using library resources (such as looking for books or videos).
I would like to attend another educational institution (like a museum) or event to learn more about earth science.
My library is a good place to learn about earth science.
I would recommend the Discover Earth exhibit to others.
The children/young people with me were very interested in the Discover Earth exhibit.
The children/young people with me learned a lot from the Discover Earth exhibit.

(3) Your library has held some programs, lectures or presentations related to the Discover Earth exhibit. Have you attended any of these?
Don’t know

(4) Please share any comments about the Discover Earth exhibit or related programs you attended.

(5) Your gender:

(6) Your race/ethnicity (check all that apply):
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black, African or African American
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Other; please describe: