Strategic Vision 2021-2026

Respondent Information Form

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We will share your response internally with those involved in finalising the strategy. They may wish to contact you again in the future, but we require your permission to do so. Are you content for the National Library of Wales to contact you again in relation to this consultation exercise? *


Our 5 Year Vision: do you believe that our 5 Year Vision will allow us to deliver our core purpose in a way that will bring benefits to Library users and to those members of the public who wish to use our services? Please provide your answer below: *


Taking on the Challenge. Do you agree with our approach to investing in our staff, financial planning and promotion? *


Collecting and Safeguarding National Collections: We are the guardian of the published and recorded memory of Wales for current and future generations. Do you believe the objectives outlined within this strategic priority will ensure the safeguarding of collections? *


Facilitating Access to Information: We seek to make it easier for people to access the collections. In your opinion, will our plans within this strategic priority help us to improve access for all? *


Playing a Central Part in the Nation’s Life: We put people at the heart of everything we do, offering a rich variety of ways for people to participate and engage with their heritage. In your opinion, will our plans within this strategic priority help us to retain existing audiences and engage new ones? *


Digital Transformation: We will ensure that the Library’s Digital Transformation programme builds on work already undertaken on providing digital access to our collections. In your opinion, will our plans within this strategic priority meet our aims to provide wider access to our collections? *


Supporting Learning and Research: We encourage and support learning, research and discovery. In your opinion, should we give priority to support learning and research? *


Developing the Organisation: We aim to be a great organisation to work for and with by developing new ways of working, delivering and partnering. In your opinion, are we taking the organisation in the right direction? *


Priorities. Which strategic priorities are most important to you? Number accordingly, with 1 being the most important and 6 being the least important. *


General comments. Please use this space for anything else you wish to contribute.