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The Survey of Academic Library Use of Instructional Technology

  • Published: October 2008
  • Region: United States
  • 125 Pages
  • Primary Research Group

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The Survey of Academic Library Use of Instructional Technology examines use of information literacy computer labs, classroom response "clicker" technology, whiteboards, and many other educational technologies used by libraries. In an era in which library education has become an increasingly important part of the academic librarian\'s duties, this report provides insights on how peer institutions are allocating their educational budgets and choosing the most effective technologies and practices in information and general library literacy.

The report looks closely at academic library purchasing levels and evaluation of instructional technology for use in information literacy and other forms of in-library education. More than 80 college libraries provided data which is broken out by size and type of college for easier benchmarking. The 125 page report provides more than 365 tables of data and commentary. Just a few of the report's findings are:

- 21.62% of the libraries in the sample have purchased classroom response system technology. A third of doctoral & research universities have purchased this technology, as have a third of colleges with more than 15,000 students.

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PARTICIPANTS

List of Tables

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

Whiteboards, Tablets and Presentation Aids

Use of the Internet in Patron Education Efforts

Use of Digital Computer Mediums

Spending on Information Literacy Computer Centers in Libraries

Source of Library Instructional Technology Funding

Instructional Computer Labs in the Library

Satisfaction with Instructors Capabilities in Using the Library Computer Labs Full Range of Technologies Instructional Furniture

Chapter One: Introduction and Demographic Info

Chapter Two: Classroom Response System

Chapter Three: Whiteboards, Tablets and Presentation Aids

Chapter Four: Internet Technologies

Chapter Five: Instructional Budget

Chapter Six: Instructional Computer Labs in the Library

Chapter Seven: Instructional Furniture

OTHER REPORTS FROM US

List of Tables
Table 1.1: US and Non US Libraries (US/Non)

Table 1.2: Public and Private Libraries (Public/Private)

Table 1.3: Carnegie Classification

Table 1.4: Full Time Enrollment (FTE)

Table 2.1: Libraries that Have Purchased or Leased any Classroom Response System Technology (Popularly Known as “Clickers”)

Table 2.2: Libraries that Have Purchased or Leased any Classroom Response System Technology, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.3: Libraries that Have Purchased or Leased any Classroom Response System Technology, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.4: Libraries that Have Purchased or Leased any Classroom Response System Technology, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.5: Libraries that Have Purchased or Leased any Classroom Response System Technology, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library's Total Stock of Clickers

Table 2.7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library's Total Stock of Clickers, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library's Total Stock of Clickers, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library's Total Stock of Clickers, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library's Total Stock of Clickers, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that the Library Purchased Within the Past Year

Table 2.12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that the Library Purchased Within the Past Year, Broken Out by US/Non
Table 2.13: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that the Library Purchased Within the Past Year, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.14: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that the Library Purchased Within the Past Year, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.15: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that the Library Purchased Within the Past Year, Broken Out by FTE
Table 2.16: Libraries that Plan to Purchase Any New or Additional Clickers in the Next Year

Table 2.17: Libraries that Plan to Purchase Any New or Additional Clickers in the Next Year, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.18: Libraries that Plan to Purchase Any New or Additional Clickers in the Next Year, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.19: Libraries that Plan to Purchase Any New or Additional Clickers in the Next Year, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.20: Libraries that Plan to Purchase Any New or Additional Clickers in the Next Year, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.21: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that Libraries Plan to Purchase in the Next Year (Universe of those that Plan Such a Purchase)

Table 2.22: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that Libraries Plan to Purchase in the Next Year (Universe of those that Plan Such a Purchase), Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.23: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Clickers that Libraries Plan to Purchase in the Next Year (Universe of those that Plan Such a Purchase), Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.24: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Clicker Technology to Date (in $ US)

Table 2.25: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Clicker Technology to Date, Broken Out by US/Non
Table 2.26: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Clicker Technology to Date, Broken Out by Public/Private
Table 2.27: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Clicker Technology to Date, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.28: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Clicker Technology to Date, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.29: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from eInstruction

Table 2.30: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from eInstruction, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.31: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from eInstruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.32: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from eInstruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.33: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from eInstruction, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.34: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from GTCO CalComp

Table 2.35: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from Turning Technologies

Table 2.36: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from Turning Technologies, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.37: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from Turning Technologies, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.38: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from Turning Technologies, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.39: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from Turning Technologies, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.40: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from EBeam

Table 2.41: Libraries that Have Purchased Clicker Technology from Quomo

Table 2.42: General Feeling on the Usefulness of Clicker Technology

Table 2.43: General Feeling on the Usefulness of Clicker Technology, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.44: General Feeling on the Usefulness of Clicker Technology, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.45: General Feeling on the Usefulness of Clicker Technology, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.46: General Feeling on the Usefulness of Clicker Technology, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.47: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of Less than 15 Students

Table 2.48: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of Less than 15 Students, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.49: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of Less than 15 Students, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.50: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of Less than 15 Students, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.51: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of Less than 15 Students, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.52: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of 15 to 40 Students

Table 2.53: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of 15 to 40 Students, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.54: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of 15 to 40 Students, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.55: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of 15 to 40 Students, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.56: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of 15 to 40 Students, Broken Out by FTE

Table 2.57: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of More than 40 Students

Table 2.58: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of More than 40 Students, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 2.59: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of More than 40 Students, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 2.60: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of More than 40 Students, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 2.61: Usefulness of Clicker Technology in Classes of More than 40 Students, Broken Out by FTE

Table 3.1: Libraries that Have Purchased Tablet Computers for Use in Library Education

Table 3.2: Libraries that Have Purchased Tablet Computers for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 3.3: Libraries that Have Purchased Tablet Computers for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 3.4: Libraries that Have Purchased Tablet Computers for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 3.5: Libraries that Have Purchased Tablet Computers for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by FTE

Table 3.6: Libraries that Have Purchased an Interactive Whiteboard for Use in Library Education

Table 3.7: Libraries that Have Purchased an Interactive Whiteboard for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 3.8: Libraries that Have Purchased an Interactive Whiteboard for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 3.9: Libraries that Have Purchased an Interactive Whiteboard for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 3.10: Libraries that Have Purchased an Interactive Whiteboard for Use in Library Education, Broken Out by FTE

Table 3.11: Kind of Interactive Whiteboards Purchased by Libraries that Have Purchased One

Table 3.12: Kind of Interactive Whiteboards Purchased by Libraries that Have Purchased One, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 3.13: Kind of Interactive Whiteboards Purchased by Libraries that Have Purchased One, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 3.14: Kind of Interactive Whiteboards Purchased by Libraries that Have Purchased One, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 3.15: Kind of Interactive Whiteboards Purchased by Libraries that Have Purchased One, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.1: Libraries that Use Blogs in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.2: Libraries that Use Blogs in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.3: Libraries that Use Blogs in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.4: Libraries that Use Blogs in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.5: Libraries that Use Blogs in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.6: Libraries that Use Wikis in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.7: Libraries that Use Wikis in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.8: Libraries that Use Wikis in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.9: Libraries that Use Wikis in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.10: Libraries that Use Wikis in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.11: Libraries that Use Podcasting in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.12: Libraries that Use Podcasting in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.13: Libraries that Use Podcasting in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.14: Libraries that Use Podcasting in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.15: Libraries that Use Podcasting in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.16: Libraries that Use Photo Sharing in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.17: Libraries that Use Photo Sharing in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.18: Libraries that Use Photo Sharing in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.19: Libraries that Use Photo Sharing in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.20: Libraries that Use Photo Sharing in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.21: Libraries that Use Social Tagging or Bookmarking in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.22: Libraries that Use Social Tagging or Bookmarking in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.23: Libraries that Use Social Tagging or Bookmarking in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.24: Libraries that Use Social Tagging or Bookmarking in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.25: Libraries that Use Social Tagging or Bookmarking in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.26: Libraries that Use Online Games in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.27: Libraries that Use Online Games in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.28: Libraries that Use Online Games in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.29: Libraries that Use Online Games in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.30: Libraries that Use Online Games in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.31: Libraries that Use Online Simulations or Tutorials in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.32: Libraries that Use Online Simulations or Tutorials in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.33: Libraries that Use Online Simulations or Tutorials in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.34: Libraries that Use Online Simulations or Tutorials in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.35: Libraries that Use Online Simulations or Tutorials in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.36: Libraries that Use Creation Software in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.37: Libraries that Use Creation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.38: Libraries that Use Creation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.39: Libraries that Use Creation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.40: Libraries that Use Creation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.41: Libraries that Use Virtual Reality Software in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.42: Libraries that Use Virtual Reality Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.43: Libraries that Use Virtual Reality Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.44: Libraries that Use Virtual Reality Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.45: Libraries that Use Virtual Reality Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.46: Libraries that Use Virtual Classroom or Meeting Software in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.47: Libraries that Use Virtual Classroom or Meeting Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.48: Libraries that Use Virtual Classroom or Meeting Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.49: Libraries that Use Virtual Classroom or Meeting Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification
Table 4.50: Libraries that Use Virtual Classroom or Meeting Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.51: Libraries that Use Virtual Reference Software in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.52: Libraries that Use Virtual Reference Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.53: Libraries that Use Virtual Reference Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.54: Libraries that Use Virtual Reference Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.55: Libraries that Use Virtual Reference Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.56: Libraries that Use Social Networking Applications in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.57: Libraries that Use Social Networking Applications in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.58: Libraries that Use Social Networking Applications in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.59: Libraries that Use Social Networking Applications in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.60: Libraries that Use Social Networking Applications in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.61: Libraries that Use Course Management Systems in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.62: Libraries that Use Course Management Systems in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.63: Libraries that Use Course Management Systems in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.64: Libraries that Use Course Management Systems in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.65: Libraries that Use Course Management Systems in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.66: Libraries that Use Instant Messaging or Chat in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.67: Libraries that Use Instant Messaging or Chat in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.68: Libraries that Use Instant Messaging or Chat in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.69: Libraries that Use Instant Messaging or Chat in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.70: Libraries that Use Instant Messaging or Chat in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.71: Libraries that Use Multimedia or LCD Projectors in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.72: Libraries that Use Multimedia or LCD Projectors in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.73: Libraries that Use Multimedia or LCD Projectors in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.74: Libraries that Use Multimedia or LCD Projectors in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.75: Libraries that Use Multimedia or LCD Projectors in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.76: Libraries that Use Presentation Software in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.77: Libraries that Use Presentation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.78: Libraries that Use Presentation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.79: Libraries that Use Presentation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.80: Libraries that Use Presentation Software in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.81: Libraries that Use Electronic Whiteboards in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.82: Libraries that Use Electronic Whiteboards in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.83: Libraries that Use Electronic Whiteboards in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.84: Libraries that Use Electronic Whiteboards in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.85: Libraries that Use Electronic Whiteboards in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.86: Libraries that Use Digital Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.87: Libraries that Use Digital Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.88: Libraries that Use Digital Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.89: Libraries that Use Digital Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.90: Libraries that Use Digital Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.91: Libraries that Use Wireless Network Access in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.92: Libraries that Use Wireless Network Access in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.93: Libraries that Use Wireless Network Access in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.94: Libraries that Use Wireless Network Access in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.95: Libraries that Use Wireless Network Access in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.96: Libraries that Use Handhelds*in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.97: Libraries that Use Handhelds in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.98: Libraries that Use Handhelds in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.99: Libraries that Use Handhelds in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.100: Libraries that Use Handhelds in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.101: Libraries that Use Scanners in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.102: Libraries that Use Scanners in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.103: Libraries that Use Scanners in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.104: Libraries that Use Scanners in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.105: Libraries that Use Scanners in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 4.106: Libraries that Use Document Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts

Table 4.107: Libraries that Use Document Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 4.108: Libraries that Use Document Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 4.109: Libraries that Use Document Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 4.110: Libraries that Use Document Cameras in their Patron Education Efforts, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library Spending in the Past Year on Computers Especially Designed for Library Information Literacy Training (in $ US)

Table 5.2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library Spending in the Past Year on Computers Especially Designed for Library Information Literacy Training (in $ US), Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library Spending in the Past Year on Computers Especially Designed for Library Information Literacy Training (in $ US), Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library Spending in the Past Year on Computers Especially Designed for Library Information Literacy Training (in $ US), Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Library Spending in the Past Year on Computers Especially Designed for Library Information Literacy Training (in $ US), Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from the Library Budget
Table 5.7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from the Library Budget, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from the Library Budget, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from the Library Budget, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from the Library Budget, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from a Supplemental College or University Budget

Table 5.12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from a Supplemental College or University Budget, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.13: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from a Supplemental College or University Budget, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.14: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from a Supplemental College or University Budget, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.15: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from a Supplemental College or University Budget, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.16: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Internal Grants

Table 5.17: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Internal Grants, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.18: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Internal Grants, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.19: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Internal Grants, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.20: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Internal Grants, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.21: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from External Grants

Table 5.22: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from External Grants, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.23: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from External Grants, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.24: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from External Grants, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.25: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from External Grants, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.26: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Fundraising

Table 5.27: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Fundraising, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.28: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Fundraising, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.29: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Fundraising, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.30: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Fundraising, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.31: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Endowments

Table 5.32: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Endowments, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.33: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Endowments, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.34: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Endowments, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.35: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Endowments, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.36: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Other Sources

Table 5.37: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Other Sources, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.38: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Other Sources, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.39: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Other Sources, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.40: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Library Spending on Library Instructional Technologies Derived from Other Sources, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.41: Description of the Outlook for Raising Money From External Grants and Fundraising Sources for the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies

Table 5.42: Description of the Outlook for Raising Money From External Grants and Fundraising Sources for the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.43: Description of the Outlook for Raising Money From External Grants and Fundraising Sources or the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.44: Description of the Outlook for Raising Money From External Grants and Fundraising Sources for the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.45: Description of the Outlook for Raising Money From External Grants and Fundraising Sources for the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.46: Description of the Probable Course of Library Spending on the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Next Two Years

Table 5.47: Description of the Probable Course of Library Spending on the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Next Two Years, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.48: Description of the Probable Course of Library Spending on the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Next Two Years, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.49: Description of the Probable Course of Library Spending on the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Next Two Years, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.50: Description of the Probable Course of Library Spending on the Purchase of New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Next Two Years, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.51: Libraries that Have Partnered With Other Internal Departments or Faculty of their Institution to Purchase New Library Instructional Technologies

Table 5.52: Libraries that Have Partnered With Other Internal Departments or Faculty of their Institution to Purchase New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.53: Libraries that Have Partnered With Other Internal Departments or Faculty of their Institution to Purchase New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.54: Libraries that Have Partnered With Other Internal Departments or Faculty of their Institution to Purchase New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.55: Libraries that Have Partnered With Other Internal Departments or Faculty of their Institution to Purchase New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.56: Institutions With Librarians that Currently Serve on University Wide Instructional Technology Committees

Table 5.57: Institutions With Librarians that Currently Serve on University Wide Instructional Technology Committees, Broken Out by US/Non
Table 5.58: Institutions With Librarians that Currently Serve on University Wide Instructional Technology Committees, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.59: Institutions With Librarians that Currently Serve on University Wide Instructional Technology Committees, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.60: Institutions With Librarians that Currently Serve on University Wide Instructional Technology Committees, Broken Out by FTE
Table 5.61: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Approximate Number of Hours Employees Spent Weekly on Identifying New Library Instructional Technologies

Table 5.62: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Approximate Number of Hours Employees Spent Weekly on Identifying New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.63: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Approximate Number of Hours Employees Spent Weekly on Identifying New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.64: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Approximate Number of Hours Employees Spent Weekly on Identifying New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.65: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Approximate Number of Hours Employees Spent Weekly on Identifying New Library Instructional Technologies, Broken Out by FTE

Table 5.66: Description of Time Spent on Identifying, Testing, and Implementing New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Last Two Years

Table 5.67: Description of Time Spent on Identifying, Testing, and Implementing New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Last Two Years, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 5.68: Description of Time Spent on Identifying, Testing, and Implementing New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Last Two Years, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 5.69: Description of Time Spent on Identifying, Testing, and Implementing New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Last Two Years, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 5.70: Description of Time Spent on Identifying, Testing, and Implementing New Library Instructional Technologies Over the Last Two Years, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.1: Libraries That Have One or More Computer Labs Located in the Library That Are Used for Library-Related Instruction

Table 6.2: Libraries That Have One or More Computer Labs Located in the Library That Are Used for Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by US/Non
Table 6.3: Libraries That Have One or More Computer Labs Located in the Library That Are Used for Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.4: Libraries That Have One or More Computer Labs Located in the Library That Are Used for Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.5: Libraries That Have One or More Computer Labs Located in the Library That Are Used for Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by FTE
Table 6.6: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Computer Labs that the Library Has that Offer Library Instruction or Other Classroom Services

Table 6.7: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Computer Labs that the Library Has that Offer Library Instruction or Other Classroom Services, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.8: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Computer Labs that the Library Has that Offer Library Instruction or Other Classroom Services, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.9: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Computer Labs that the Library Has that Offer Library Instruction or Other Classroom Services, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.10: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Number of Computer Labs that the Library Has that Offer Library Instruction or Other Classroom Services, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.11: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Computers or Workstations in All of the Computer Labs that the Library Uses in Any Way for Instructional Purposes

Table 6.12: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Computers or Workstations in All of the Computer Labs that the Library Uses in Any Way for Instructional Purposes, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.13: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Computers or Workstations in All of the Computer Labs that the Library Uses in Any Way for Instructional Purposes, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.14: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Computers or Workstations in All of the Computer Labs that the Library Uses in Any Way for Instructional Purposes, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.15: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Computers or Workstations in All of the Computer Labs that the Library Uses in Any Way for Instructional Purposes, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.16: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers in the Library's Computer Labs

Table 6.17: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by US/Non
Table 6.18: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.19: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.20: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by FTE
Table 6.21: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers in the Library's Computer Labs

Table 6.22: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by US/Non
Table 6.23: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.24: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.25: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers in the Library's Computer Labs, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.26: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years

Table 6.27: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.28: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.29: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.30: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of Mac Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.31: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years

Table 6.32: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.33: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.34: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.35: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Total Number of PC Computers Purchased for the Library's Computer Labs in the Past Two Years, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.36: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Computers in the Library's Computer Labs that are Wirelessly Networked
Table 6.37: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Computers in the Library's Computer Labs that are Wirelessly Networked, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.38: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Computers in the Library's Computer Labs that are Wirelessly Networked, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.39: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Computers in the Library's Computer Labs that are Wirelessly Networked, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.40: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Percentage of Computers in the Library's Computer Labs that are Wirelessly Networked, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.41: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Use Patron-Instructor Screen Sharing for its Library-Related Instruction

Table 6.42: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Use Patron–Instructor Screen Sharing for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.43: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Use Patron–Instructor Screen Sharing for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.44: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Use Patron–Instructor Screen Sharing for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.45: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Use Patron–Instructor Screen Sharing for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by FTE
Table 6.46: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Simultaneous Shutdown or Restart of All Computers for its Library-Related Instruction
Table 6.47: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Simultaneous Shutdown or Restart of All Computers for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.48: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Simultaneous Shutdown or Restart of All Computers for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.49: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Simultaneous Shutdown or Restart of All Computers for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.50: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Simultaneous Shutdown or Restart of All Computers for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.51: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Remote Instructor Control of Individual Student Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction

Table 6.52: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Remote Instructor Control of Individual Student Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.53: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Remote Instructor Control of Individual Student Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.54: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Remote Instructor Control of Individual Student Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.55: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Remote Instructor Control of Individual Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.56: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses File Sharing from the Instructor with All Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction
Table 6.57: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses File Sharing from the Instructor with All Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.58: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses File Sharing from the Instructor with All Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.59: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses File Sharing from the Instructor with All Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.60: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses File Sharing from the Instructor with All Workstations for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.61: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Chat Capability Among All Computers in the Lab for its Library-Related Instruction
Table 6.62: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Chat Capability Among All Computers in the Lab for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.63: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Chat Capability Among All Computers in the Lab for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.64: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Chat Capability Among All Computers in the Lab for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.65: Libraries Whose Main Computer Lab Uses Chat Capability Among All Computers in the Lab for its Library-Related Instruction, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.66: Description of Library Instructors' Overall Ability to Use a Full Range of the Technologies Available to Them in the Computer Labs
Table 6.67: Description of Library Instructors' Overall Ability to Use a Full Range of the Technologies Available to Them in the Computer Labs, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.68: Description of Library Instructors' Overall Ability to Use a Full Range of the Technologies Available to Them in the Computer Labs, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.69: Description of Library Instructors' Overall Ability to Use a Full Range of the Technologies Available to Them in the Computer Labs, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.70: Description of Library Instructors' Overall Ability to Use a Full Range of the Technologies Available to Them in the Computer Labs, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.71: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use Classroom Response Clicker Technology

Table 6.72: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use Classroom Response Clicker Technology, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.73: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use Classroom Response Clicker Technology, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.74: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use Classroom Response Clicker Technology, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification
Table 6.75: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use Classroom Response Clicker Technology, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.76: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Library's Web-Based Tutorials

Table 6.77: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Library's Web-Based Tutorials, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.78: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Library's Web-Based Tutorials, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.79: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Library's Web-Based Tutorials, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.80: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Library's Web-Based Tutorials, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.81: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Instruct on the Library's Virtual Reference Capabilities

Table 6.82: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Instruct on the Library's Virtual Reference Capabilities, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.83: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Instruct on the Library's Virtual Reference Capabilities, Broken Out by Public/Private
Table 6.84: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Instruct on the Library's Virtual Reference Capabilities, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.85: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Instruct on the Library's Virtual Reference Capabilities, Broken Out by FTE

Table 6.86: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Computer Lab Instructor Workstation Capabilities in Sending Files to, Influencing or Taking Control of Student Workstations in the Lab

Table 6.87: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Computer Lab Instructor Workstation Capabilities in Sending Files to, Influencing or Taking Control of Student Workstations in the Lab, Broken Out by US/Non

Table 6.88: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Computer Lab Instructor Workstation Capabilities in Sending Files to, Influencing or Taking Control of Student Workstations in the Lab, Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 6.89: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Computer Lab Instructor Workstation Capabilities in Sending Files to, Influencing or Taking Control of Student Workstations in the Lab, Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 6.90: Description of Library Instructors' Ability to Use the Computer Lab Instructor Workstation Capabilities in Sending Files to, Influencing or Taking Control of Student Workstations in the Lab, Broken Out by FTE

Table 7.1: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Tables, Chairs and Other Furniture for the Library's Computer Labs over the Past Three Years (in $ US)

Table 7.2: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Tables, Chairs and Other Furniture for the Library's Computer Labs over the Past Three Years (in $ US), Broken Out by US/Non

Table 7.3: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Tables, Chairs and Other Furniture for the Library's Computer Labs over the Past Three Years (in $ US), Broken Out by Public/Private

Table 7.4: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Tables, Chairs and Other Furniture for the Library's Computer Labs over the Past Three Years (in $ US), Broken Out by Carnegie Classification

Table 7.5: Mean, Median, Minimum and Maximum Cumulative Library Spending on Tables, Chairs and Other Furniture for the Library's Computer Labs over the Past Three Years (in $ US), Broken Out by FTE

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