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Survey of North American College Students, Recharging Mobile Devices in the Academic Library, 2018

  • ID: 4515294
  • Report
  • Region: North America, United States
  • 54 pages
  • Primary Research Group
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This 54-page study presents detailed data on how students view the ease of recharging their mobile devices in the academic library and how satisfied they are with library resources in this area.  Data is presented separately for laptops and smartphones/tablets, with data on the perceived availability of electric outlets and UBS ports, among other data points.  In addition, the report gives detailed demographic data on the types of mobile devices in use in the student population.
 
Data in the report presented in the aggregate and then broken out separately for seventeen different variables including but not limited to: college grades, gender, income level, year of college standing, SAT/ACT scores, regional origin, age, sexual orientation, college major and other personal variables, and by Carnegie class, enrollment size and public/private status of the survey participants institutions of higher education.

Just a few of the report’s many findings are that:

  • Only a shade more than half of survey participants were either satisfied or very satisfied with the number of electric outlets available in their academic libraries and most of these were in the first category, merely satisfied.
  • Students born abroad were much more satisfied than students born in the USA with the availability of UBS ports in the library.
  • Use of Apple products rose in lock step with family of origin income.  For 36.5% of students from families earning less than $45,000 per year, the primary device that they recharged in the library was from Apple while this was true of 60.29% of those from families earning more than $150,000 per year.
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THE QUESTIONNAIRE   
Characteristics of the Sample   

SURVEY METHODOLOGY   

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS   
Student Satisfaction with the Number of Electric Outlets in the Library   
Student Satisfaction with the Number of USB ports and Other Means for Charging Smartphones & Tablets   
Student Perception of the Ease or Difficulty of their Charging Mobile Devices in the Library   
Devices Most Often Recharged in the Library   

List of Tables

Table 1 How satisfied are you with your library's number of the following kind of outlets and stations to charge mobile devices?   
Table 1.1.1 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices?   
Table 1.1.2 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by Carnegie class of survey participant’s institution   
Table 1.1.3 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by Institutional Enrollment   
Table 1.1.4 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by age of survey participant   
Table 1.1.5 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out for survey participants from rural, suburban and urban areas of origin   
Table 1.1.6 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out regional origins of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.7 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by college year class standing   
Table 1.1.8 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by approximate student family annual income   
Table 1.1.9 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by degree of religiosity of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.10 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by type of political beliefs of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.11 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by college grades of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.12 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by current or likely college major of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.13 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.14 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out for students in public or private colleges:   
Table 1.1.15 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by type of domestic housing arrangement of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.16 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by employment circumstance of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.17 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by sexual orientation of the survey participant   
Table 1.1.18 How satisfied are you with your library's number of electric outlets for charging mobile devices? Broken out by ACT or SAT scores of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.1 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets?   
Table 1.2.2 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by Carnegie class of survey participant’s institution   
Table 1.2.3 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by Institutional Enrollment   
Table 1.2.4 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by age of survey participant   
Table 1.2.5 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out for survey participants from rural, suburban and urban areas of origin   
Table 1.2.6 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out regional origins of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.7 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by college year class standing   
Table 1.2.8 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by approximate student family annual income   
Table 1.2.9 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by degree of religiosity of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.10 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by type of political beliefs of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.11 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by college grades of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.12 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by current or likely college major of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.13 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.14 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out for students in public or private colleges:   
Table 1.2.15 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by type of domestic housing arrangement of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.16 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by employment circumstance of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.17 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by sexual orientation of the survey participant   
Table 1.2.18 How satisfied are you with your library's number of USB ports and other means for charging smartphones and tablets? Broken out by ACT or SAT scores of the survey participant   
Table 2.1 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often?   
Table 2.2 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by Carnegie class of survey participant’s institution   
Table 2.3 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by Institutional Enrollment   
Table 2.4 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by age of survey participant   
Table 2.5 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out for survey participants from rural, suburban and urban areas of origin   
Table 2.6 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out regional origins of the survey participant   
Table 2.7 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by college year class standing   
Table 2.8 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by approximate student family annual income   
Table 2.9 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by degree of religiosity of the survey participant   
Table 2.10 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by type of political beliefs of the survey participant   
Table 2.11 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by college grades of the survey participant   
Table 2.12 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by current or likely college major of the survey participant   
Table 2.13 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 2.14 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out for students in public or private colleges
Table 2.15 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by type of domestic housing arrangement of the survey participant   
Table 2.16 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by employment circumstance of the survey participant   
Table 2.17 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by sexual orientation of the survey participant   
Table 2.18 How easy is it to charge your mobile devices in the academic library that you use most often? Broken out by ACT or SAT scores of the survey participant   
Table 3.1 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android?   
Table 3.2 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by Carnegie class of survey participant’s institution   
Table 3.3 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by Institutional Enrollment   
Table 3.4 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by age of survey participant   
Table 3.5 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out for survey participants from rural, suburban and urban areas of origin   
Table 3.6 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out regional origins of the survey participant   
Table 3.7 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by college year class standing   
Table 3.8 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by approximate student family annual income   
Table 3.9 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by degree of religiosity of the survey participant   
Table 3.10 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by type of political beliefs of the survey participant   
Table 3.11 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by college grades of the survey participant   
Table 3.12 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by current or likely college major of the survey participant   
Table 3.13 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by gender of the survey participant   
Table 3.14 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out for students in public or private colleges:   
Table 3.15 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by type of domestic housing arrangement of the survey participant   
Table 3.16 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by employment circumstance of the survey participant   
Table 3.17 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by sexual orientation of the survey participant   
Table 3.18 The device you most often charge in the library is generally Apple, Widows or Android? Broken out by ACT or SAT scores of the survey participant

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