A four-page review of MISO data discussing student opinions of the importance of and their satisfaction with LIS resources and services is now available from the LIS website. This data was used for discussion during the LIS midwinter planning day, and has been slightly reworked and expanded in its focus. The data show a preference in importance for web-based resources, and strong indications of the importance of some physical infrastructure such as academic computing labs and wireless networking services.
Satisfaction remains generally high as reported by students, with students rating themselves as "Somewhat Satisfied" or "Satisfied" with nearly all LIS resources and services.
The MISO survey was administered in spring 2007, and is a national survey instrument designed to assess merged library and information technology organizations and their services. The downloadable report on student perspectives, as well as more information on the survey is available on the LIS website at http://lis.luther.edu/miso or on the web at http://www.misosurvey.org/