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Survey of Library Use of Cloud Computing

  • Published: November 2011
  • Region: Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States
  • 76 Pages
  • Primary Research Group

This report examines closely how academic, public and special libraries are using cloud computing services. It looks at use of specific services from Amazon, Google, Rackspace, DuraCloud, DropBox and many others, as well as more general questions regarding the use of cloud services, such as security issues, overall cost, impact on IT staff, data reliability and other issues.

Just a few of the report's many findings are:

- 22.54% of libraries sampled use paid subscription software as a cloud computing service, including just 13.64% of libraries outside the United States.

- Major cloud computing services have been used for hosting and/or distributing special collections by 2.82% of libraries in the sample.

- 63.04% of libraries categorize Google as trustworthy and 8.7% as highly trustworthy. The remaining 28.26% say that Google is usually trustworthy and none consider it untrustworthy.

- 66.67% of libraries agree that, while data and file losses are possible with major cloud computing services, these losses would not be any worse than those occurring with traditional storage systems.

- Less than 3% of libraries currently use platforms as a service READ MORE >

Survey Participants

The Questionnaire

Summary of Main Findings

Characteristics of the Sample

Cloud Computing Services

Use of Data Storage Devices

Library Server Policies

Word Processing and E-mail Tools

Cloud Computing for Specific Library Functions

The Cloud and Digital Repositories

New Cloud Computing Ventures

Cloud Computing and Trust

Data Loss and Downtime

Cost Savings and Cloud Computing

Privacy Concerns

Final Thoughts

List of Tables

Table 1.1: Country

Table 1.2: Type of Library

Table 1.3: Annual Library Budget

Table 1.4: Annual Library Budget, Broken Out by Country

Table 1.5: Annual Library Budget, Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 1.6: FTE Employees in Library Information Technology Staff

Table 2.1: Does your library currently use Free Software as a Service (SaaS) such as Google Apps, Skype, or Hotmail?

Table 2.2: Does your library currently use Free Software as a Service (SaaS) such as Google Apps, Skype, or Hotmail? Broken Out by Country

Table 2.3: Does your library currently use Free Software as a Service (SaaS) such as Google Apps, Skype, or Hotmail? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 2.4: Does your library currently use Free Software as a Service (SaaS) such as Google Apps, Skype, or Hotmail? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 2.5: Does your library currently use Paid Subscription Software as a Service, i.e. Salesforce?

Table 2.6: Does your library currently use Paid Subscription Software as a Service, i.e. Salesforce? Broken Out by Country

Table 2.7: Does your library currently use Paid Subscription Software as a Service, i.e. Salesforce? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 2.8: Does your library currently use Paid Subscription Software as a Service, i.e. Salesforce? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 2.9: Does your library currently use Platform as a Service (PaaS) that enables end users to build their own applications online, i.e. Windows Azure, Google App Engine and Force.com? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 2.10: Does your library currently use Platform as a Service (PaaS) that enables end users to build their own applications online, i.e. Windows Azure, Google App Engine and Force.com? Broken Out by Country

Table 2.11: Does your library currently use Platform as a Service (PaaS) that enables end users to build their own applications online, i.e. Windows Azure, Google App Engine and Force.com? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 2.12: Does your library currently use Platform as a Service (PaaS) that enables end users to build their own applications online, i.e. Windows Azure, Google App Engine and Force.com? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 2.13: Does your library currently use Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that provides computing power and file storage, i.e. Amazon Cloud, Rackspace, and Zyinga?

Table 2.14: Does your library currently use Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that provides computing power and file storage, i.e. Amazon Cloud, Rackspace, and Zyinga? Broken Out by Country

Table 2.15: Does your library currently use Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that provides computing power and file storage, i.e. Amazon Cloud, Rackspace, and Zyinga? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 2.16: Does your library currently use Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that provides computing power and file storage, i.e. Amazon Cloud, Rackspace, and Zyinga? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.1: Does your library use Rackspace for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.2: Does your library use Rackspace for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.3: Does your library use Rackspace for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.4: Does your library use Rackspace for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.5: Does your library use Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.6: Does your library use Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.7: Does your library use Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.8: Does your library use Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.9: Does your library use Amazon Elastic Block Store for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.10: Does your library use Amazon Simple Storage Service for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.11: Does your library use Amazon Simple Storage Service for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.12: Does your library use Amazon Simple Storage Service for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.13: Does your library use Amazon Simple Storage Service for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.14: Does your library use Microsoft Azure for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.15: Does your library use Zyinga for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.16: Does your library use Animoto for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.17: Does your library use Animoto for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.18: Does your library use Animoto for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.19: Does your library use Animoto for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.20: Does your library use Jungle Disk for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.21: Does your library use DuraCloud for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.22: Does your library use DuraCloud for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.23: Does your library use DuraCloud for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.24: Does your library use DuraCloud for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.25: Does your library use Dropbox for web storage of backup services?

Table 3.26: Does your library use Dropbox for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.27: Does your library use Dropbox for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.28: Does your library use Dropbox for web storage of backup services? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.29: Is your library considering using Rackspace in the future?

Table 3.30: Is your library considering using Rackspace in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.31: Is your library considering using Rackspace in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.32: Is your library considering using Rackspace in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.33: Is your library considering using Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute in the future?

Table 3.34: Is your library considering using Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.35: Is your library considering using Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.36: Is your library considering using Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.37: Is your library considering using Amazon Elastic Block Store in the future?

Table 3.38: Is your library considering using Amazon Simple Storage Service in the future?

Table 3.39: Is your library considering using Amazon Simple Storage Service in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.40: Is your library considering using Amazon Simple Storage Service in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.41: Is your library considering using Amazon Simple Storage Service in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.42: Is your library considering using Microsoft Azure in the future?

Table 3.43: Is your library considering using Zyinga in the future?

Table 3.44: Is your library considering using Zyinga in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.45: Is your library considering using Zyinga in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.46: Is your library considering using Zyinga in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.47: Is your library considering using Animoto in the future?

Table 3.48: Is your library considering using Animoto in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.49: Is your library considering using Animoto in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.50: Is your library considering using Animoto in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.51: Is your library considering using Jungle Disk in the future?

Table 3.52: Is your library considering using Jungle Disk in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.53: Is your library considering using Jungle Disk in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.54: Is your library considering using Jungle Disk in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.55: Is your library considering using DuraCloud in the future?

Table 3.56: Is your library considering using DuraCloud in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.57: Is your library considering using DuraCloud in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.58: Is your library considering using DuraCloud in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 3.59: Is your library considering using Dropbox in the future?

Table 3.60: Is your library considering using Dropbox in the future? Broken Out by Country

Table 3.61: Is your library considering using Dropbox in the future? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 3.62: Is your library considering using Dropbox in the future? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 4.1: What kind of servers does your library use most?

Table 4.2: What kind of servers does your library use most? Broken Out by Country

Table 4.3: What kind of servers does your library use most? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 4.4: What kind of servers does your library use most? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 4.5: If the library currently uses cloud computing services for its file storage, retrieval and dissemination or for applications, what percentage of its overall server usage is accounted for by activity in cloud services?

Table 4.6: If the library currently uses cloud computing services for its file storage, retrieval and dissemination or for applications, what percentage of its overall server usage is accounted for by activity in cloud services? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 4.7: Approximately how many terabytes of data did the library require for all of its server operations in 2010?

Table 4.8: Approximately how many terabytes of data did the library require for all of its server operations in 2010? Broken Out by Country

Table 4.9: Approximately how many terabytes of data did the library require for all of its server operations in 2010? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 4.10: Approximately how many terabytes of data did the library require for all of its server operations in 2011?

Table 4.11: Approximately how many terabytes of data did the library require for all of its server operations in 2011? Broken Out by Country

Table 4.12: Approximately how many terabytes of data did the library require for all of its server operations in 2011? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 4.13: Approximately how many terabytes of data will the library require for all of its server operations in 2012?

Table 5.1: Has any unit of your library adopted Google Apps as its default means of word processing?

Table 5.2: Has any unit of your library adopted Google Apps as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Country

Table 5.3: Has any unit of your library adopted Google Apps as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 5.4: Has any unit of your library adopted Google Apps as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 5.5: Has any unit of your library adopted Microsoft MS Office Online as its default means of word processing?

Table 5.6: Has any unit of your library adopted Microsoft MS Office Online as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Country

Table 5.7: Has any unit of your library adopted Microsoft MS Office Online as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 5.8: Has any unit of your library adopted Microsoft MS Office Online as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 5.9: Has any unit of your library adopted CloudCanvas.com as its default means of word processing?

Table 5.10: Has any unit of your library adopted Write.fm as its default means of word processing?

Table 5.11: Has any unit of your library adopted Write.fm as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Country

Table 5.12: Has any unit of your library adopted Write.fm as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 5.13: Has any unit of your library adopted Write.fm as its default means of word processing? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 5.14: Does your library use any of the following cloud based e-mail services as its default e-mail service for library personnel?

Table 5.15: Does your library use any of the following cloud based e-mail services as its default e-mail service for library personnel? Broken Out by Country

Table 5.16: Does your library use any of the following cloud based e-mail services as its default e-mail service for library personnel? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 5.17: Does your library use any of the following cloud based e-mail services as its default e-mail service for library personnel? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 5.18: If your library does not currently use a cloud based e-mail provider, are you considering a switch to any of the following cloud based e-mail services for use as a default email service for library personnel?

Table 5.19: If your library does not currently use a cloud based e-mail provider, are you considering a switch to any of the following cloud based e-mail services for use as a default email service for library personnel? Broken Out by Country

Table 5.20: If your library does not currently use a cloud based e-mail provider, are you considering a switch to any of the following cloud based e-mail services for use as a default email service for library personnel? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 5.21: If your library does not currently use a cloud based e-mail provider, are you considering a switch to any of the following cloud based e-mail services for use as a default email service for library personnel? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.1: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for cataloging and metadata storage, retrieval or generation?

Table 6.2: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for cataloging and metadata storage, retrieval or generation? Broken Out by Country

Table 6.3: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for cataloging and metadata storage, retrieval or generation? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 6.4: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for cataloging and metadata storage, retrieval or generation? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.5: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for hosting and/or distributing special collections?

Table 6.6: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for hosting and/or distributing special collections? Broken Out by Country

Table 6.7: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for hosting and/or distributing special collections? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 6.8: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for hosting and/or distributing special collections? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.9: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) as an ILS system?

Table 6.10: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) as an ILS system? Broken Out by Country

Table 6.11: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) as an ILS system? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 6.12: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) as an ILS system? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 6.13: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for budgeting, payroll or accounting?

Table 6.14: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for budgeting, payroll or accounting? Broken Out by Country

Table 6.15: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for budgeting, payroll or accounting? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 6.16: Has your library used a major cloud computing service (excluding free applications such as Microsoft Live, Google Apps, Hotmail, YouTube, etc.) for budgeting, payroll or accounting? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 7.1: Does your library use DuraSpace in its digital repository?

Table 7.2: Does your library use DuraSpace in its digital repository? Broken Out by Country

Table 7.3: Does your library use DuraSpace in its digital repository? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 7.4: Does your library use DuraSpace in its digital repository? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 7.5: Does your library use LOCKSS in its digital repository?

Table 7.6: Does your library use LOCKSS in its digital repository? Broken Out by Country

Table 7.7: Does your library use LOCKSS in its digital repository? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 7.8: Does your library use LOCKSS in its digital repository? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 7.9: Does your library use MetaArchive in its digital repository?

Table 7.10: Does your library use MetaArchive in its digital repository? Broken Out by Country

Table 7.11: Does your library use MetaArchive in its digital repository? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 7.12: Does your library use MetaArchive in its digital repository? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 7.13: Does your library use HathiTrust in its digital repository?

Table 7.14: Does your library use HathiTrust in its digital repository? Broken Out by Country

Table 7.15: Does your library use HathiTrust in its digital repository? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 7.16: Does your library use HathiTrust in its digital repository? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 8.1: About how much do you trust Google?

Table 8.2: About how much do you trust Google? Broken Out by Country

Table 8.3: About how much do you trust Google? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 8.4: About how much do you trust Google? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 8.5: About how much do you trust OCLC?

Table 8.6: About how much do you trust OCLC? Broken Out by Country

Table 8.7: About how much do you trust OCLC? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 8.8: About how much do you trust OCLC? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 8.9: About how much do you trust Amazon?

Table 8.10: About how much do you trust Amazon? Broken Out by Country

Table 8.11: About how much do you trust Amazon? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 8.12: About how much do you trust Amazon? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 8.13: About how much do you trust Microsoft?

Table 8.14: About how much do you trust Microsoft? Broken Out by Country

Table 8.15: About how much do you trust Microsoft? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 8.16: About how much do you trust Microsoft? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 8.17: About how much do you trust Ex Libris?

Table 8.18: About how much do you trust Ex Libris? Broken Out by Country

Table 8.19: About how much do you trust Ex Libris? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 8.20: About how much do you trust Ex Libris? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 9.1: Choose the phrase that best approximates your evaluation of the statement below: If you use a major cloud computing service for data storage, retrieval or operations eventually you will experience some form of major data or file loss.

Table 9.2: Choose the phrase that best approximates your evaluation of the statement below: If you use a major cloud computing service for data storage, retrieval or operations eventually you will experience some form of major data or file loss. Broken Out by Country

Table 9.3: Choose the phrase that best approximates your evaluation of the statement below: If you use a major cloud computing service for data storage, retrieval or operations eventually you will experience some form of major data or file loss. Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 9.4: Choose the phrase that best approximates your evaluation of the statement below: If you use a major cloud computing service for data storage, retrieval or operations eventually you will experience some form of major data or file loss. Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 10.1: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate developing the right knowledge base to make sound decisions as a consideration in your decision making?

Table 10.2: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate developing the right knowledge base to make sound decisions as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Country

Table 10.3: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate developing the right knowledge base to make sound decisions as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 10.4: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate developing the right knowledge base to make sound decisions as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 10.5: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over data and file loss and lack of adequate safeguards as a consideration in your decision making?

Table 10.6: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over data and file loss and lack of adequate safeguards as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Country

Table 10.7: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over data and file loss and lack of adequate safeguards as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 10.8: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over data and file loss and lack of adequate safeguards as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 10.9: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears for data/file privacy and possible loss of confidentiality as a consideration in your decision making?

Table 10.10: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears for data/file privacy and possible loss of confidentiality as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Country

Table 10.11: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears for data/file privacy and possible loss of confidentiality as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 10.12: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears for data/file privacy and possible loss of confidentiality as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 10.13: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over the possible need to eliminate staff that have been handling IT functions in-house as a consideration in your decision making?

Table 10.14: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over the possible need to eliminate staff that have been handling IT functions in-house as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Country

Table 10.15: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over the possible need to eliminate staff that have been handling IT functions in-house as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 10.16: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate fears over the possible need to eliminate staff that have been handling IT functions in-house as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

Table 10.17: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate concerns over high subscription or "pay as you go" costs as a consideration in your decision making?

Table 10.18: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate concerns over high subscription or "pay as you go" costs as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Country

Table 10.19: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate concerns over high subscription or "pay as you go" costs as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Type of Library

Table 10.20: As a factor in choosing to use cloud computing services for major library operations or file storage, how do you rate concerns over high subscription or "pay as you go" costs as a consideration in your decision making? Broken Out by Annual Library Budget

- Aberystwyth University
- Ada Community Library
- Ashesi University College
- Augustana Campus Library, University of Alberta
- Baldwinsville Public Library
- Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
- Becker College
- Benbrook Public Library
- Binghamton University
- Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln
- Boylston Public Library
- Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Bradley University
- Burlington Public Library
- California State University, San Marcos
- Central Penn College
- Chattanooga State Community College
- Chicago Public Library
- Cleveland State Community College
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
- College of the North Atlantic
- Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
- De Montfort University
- Douglas County Libraries
- East Baton Rouge Parish Library
- Emory University Libraries
- Health Trust Library
- Heinz Archive & Library, National Portrait Gallery
- Honolulu Community College Library
- Ilsley Public Library
- Institute of Group Analysis
- International Food Policy Research Institute
- Iowa State University
- ITT Technical Institute
- Jewish Theological Seminary
- Kimbel Library, Coastal Carolina University
- King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
- Kish Free Zone
- Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
- London South Bank University
- Midwestern State University
- Mount Saint Mary College
- Murray State University
- New York Public Library
- OCLC Library
- Oregon Health & Sciences University, Science & Engineering Library
- Queen Mary, University of London
- Saint Paul Public Library
- San Luis Potosi Institute of Scientific Research and Technology
- Shrewsbury & Telford NHS Hospital
- Springfield Technical Community College
- The Brentwood Library
- University of South Africa (Unisa)
- University of California, Riverside
- University of Chichester
- University of Maryland
- University of Mississippi
- University of Nebraska at Omaha
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- University of New Hampshire
- University of Wisconsin-Stout
- Valparaiso University
- Vancouver Public Library
- Vatterott College
- Waterford Township Public Library
- Waupaca Area Public Library
- Wells Public Library
- Wheaton College
- Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust
- Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library

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