Printable Copies of Completed 2004 School Library Surveys

If you responded to the 2004 Colorado school library survey and did not print out a copy of what you submitted, here’s a way to do that, just as if you had completed the questionnaire in paper. Go to: To access your school’s survey, use the same username and passcode that you used for the survey originally. If you have lost track of those two pieces of information, contact Fabian Maes-Sanford at or 303.866.6906.

Zeth Lietzau, LRS senior research analyst and web editor, came up with this solution for an individual request, but we thought others might find it useful, too.



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