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Medical & Other Healthcare Library Information Literacy Benchmarks

  • ID: 4721988
  • Report
  • December 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 90 pages
  • Primary Research Group
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The study presents data & commentary from 11 college and university medical school and other healthcare program libraries about their information literacy policies and practices.  The report discusses information literacy graduation and other requirements, the number and type of courses offered, as well as trends in instruction in the form of courses, videos, one-on-one and other forms of instruction.   The report also presents data on the number and type of instructors that teach information literacy including info on adjuncts, tenured faculty and others.  Study participants identify their best attended workshops, the subjects most in demand by patrons, and the future plans of their libraries in info literacy. The study also pinpoints participants perception of the importance or usefulness of training on certain key healthcare databases and eBook collections.  Specific data is provided on products such as DynaMed, PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO and many others.

Just a few of the 90-page report’s many findings are that:

  • Across the entire sample, 63.64% of respondents reported sending librarians to a conference on information searching or information literacy.
  • 36.36% of all respondents indicated that PsycINFO training is required and considered either very important or useful in information literacy training.
  • 9.09% of survey respondents offer training in using bibliometric or altmetrics tools.
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MEDICAL & OTHER HEALTHCARE LIBRARY INFORMATION LITERACY BENCHMARKS   
THE QUESTIONNAIRE   
PARTICIPANTS LIST   
Characteristics of the Sample   
SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS   
Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation?   
If information searching or information literacy courses are required, describe the number and type of courses required, and how many credits are awarded for them.   
Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year?   
How many of each of the following teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school?   
Librarians with tenure   
Librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track   
Adjuncts   
Personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school   
Company representatives   
Did the library do any of the following in the past year?   
Send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics   
Pay for seminars, webcasts, or courses for staff members on information literacy topics   
Does the library offer any of the following vehicles for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Seminars   
Workshops   
One-on-one coaching   
Courses   
Advanced courses on genome or biological samples databases   
Embedded librarians in non-library courses   
Required library introduction sessions for new students   
What are the most commonly requested topics for information literacy tutoring sessions with faculty?   
What are the most commonly requested topics for information literacy tutoring sessions with students?   
In your view what are the most important emerging new areas of information literacy for students?   
How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the following topics are covered in information literacy training?   
MEDLINE   
PubMed   
UpToDate   
Google Scholar   
DynaMed   
PsycInfo   
CINAHL   
Does the library include training on any of the following eBook collections in its information literacy training?   
ProQuest   
EBSCO   
AccessMedicine   
Springer   
About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach?   
What apps, software applications, videos or other technology resources do you find most useful in your medical/health/biological sciences information literacy activities?   
Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library-oriented instruction courses through distance learning?   
Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from any of the following sources in your information literacy instruction?   
YouTube   
Vimeo   
Facebook   
Other   
Does the library offer information or technology training in any of the following?   
Presentation software   
Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services   
Data curation tools and services   
Microsoft OneNote   
Setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers   
Bibliometrics or altmetrics tools   
Which apps pertinent to medical work or research do you think should be included in medical school information literacy training?   
Which medical school information literacy efforts do you most admire and why?   

List of Tables
Table 1.1 Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation?   
Table 1.2 Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 1.3 Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 1.4 Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 1.5 Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 1.6 Does your medical school or health sciences program require any form of information searching or literacy training for graduation? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
If information searching or information literacy courses are required, describe the number and type of courses required, and how many credits are awarded for them.   
Table 2.1 Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year?   
Table 2.2 Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 2.3 Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 2.4 Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 2.5 Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 2.6 Apart from mandated courses, how many total information literacy or other library skills courses are offered by the medical/health sciences library at least once per year? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
What is the best attended information literacy course offered by the medical/health/biology library?   
What is the second best attended course or topic in information literacy at your library?   
What is the third best attended information literacy course?   
Table 3.1.1 How many librarians with tenure teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school?   
Table 3.1.2 How many librarians with tenure teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 3.1.3 How many librarians with tenure teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 3.1.4 How many librarians with tenure teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 3.1.5 How many librarians with tenure teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 3.1.6 How many librarians with tenure teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 3.2.1 How many librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track (excluding adjuncts) teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school?   
Table 3.2.2 How many librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track (excluding adjuncts) teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 3.2.3 How many librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track (excluding adjuncts) teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 3.2.4 How many librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track (excluding adjuncts) teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 3.2.5 How many librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track (excluding adjuncts) teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 3.2.6 How many librarians without tenure or not on a tenure track (excluding adjuncts) teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 3.3.1 How many adjuncts teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school?   
Table 3.3.2 How many adjuncts teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 3.3.3 How many adjuncts teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 3.3.4 How many adjuncts teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 3.3.5 How many adjuncts teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 3.3.6 How many adjuncts teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 3.4.1 How many personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school?   
Table 3.4.2 How many personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 3.4.3 How many personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 3.4.4 How many personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 3.4.5 How many personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 3.4.6 How many personnel from other divisions of the university or medical school teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 3.5.1 How many company representatives teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school?   
Table 3.5.2 How many company representatives teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 3.5.3 How many company representatives teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 3.5.4 How many company representatives teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 3.5.5 How many company representatives teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 3.5.6 How many company representatives teach information searching or information literacy courses at the school? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 4 Did the library do any of the following in the past year?   
Table 4.1.1 Did the library send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics in the past year?   
Table 4.1.2 Did the library send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics in the past year? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 4.1.3 Did the library send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics in the past year? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 4.1.4 Did the library send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics in the past year? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 4.1.5 Did the library send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics in the past year? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 4.1.6 Did the library send one or more librarians to a conference on information searching or literacy topics in the past year? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 4.2.1 Did the library pay for seminars, webcasts or courses for staff members on information literacy topics in the past year?   
Table 4.2.2 Did the library pay for seminars, webcasts or courses for staff members on information literacy topics in the past year? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 4.2.3 Did the library pay for seminars, webcasts or courses for staff members on information literacy topics in the past year? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 4.2.4 Did the library pay for seminars, webcasts or courses for staff members on information literacy topics in the past year? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 4.2.5 Did the library pay for seminars, webcasts or courses for staff members on information literacy topics in the past year? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 4.2.6 Did the library pay for seminars, webcasts or courses for staff members on information literacy topics in the past year? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 5 Does the library offer any of the following vehicles for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.1.1 Does the library offer seminars for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.2.1 Does the library offer workshops for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.2.2 Does the library offer workshops for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 5.2.3 Does the library offer workshops for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 5.2.4 Does the library offer workshops for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 5.2.5 Does the library offer workshops for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 5.2.6 Does the library offer workshops for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 5.3.1 Does the library offer one-on-one coaching for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.3.2 Does the library offer one-on-one coaching for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 5.3.3 Does the library offer one-on-one coaching for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 5.3.4 Does the library offer one-on-one coaching for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 5.3.5 Does the library offer one-on-one coaching for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 5.3.6 Does the library offer one-on-one coaching for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 5.4.1 Does the library offer courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.4.2 Does the library offer courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 5.4.3 Does the library offer courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 5.4.4 Does the library offer courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 5.4.5 Does the library offer courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 5.4.6 Does the library offer courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 5.5.1 Does the library offer advanced courses on genome or biological samples databases for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.6.1 Does the library offer embedded librarians in non-library courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.6.2 Does the library offer embedded librarians in non-library courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 5.6.3 Does the library offer embedded librarians in non-library courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 5.6.4 Does the library offer embedded librarians in non-library courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 5.6.5 Does the library offer embedded librarians in non-library courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 5.6.6 Does the library offer embedded librarians in non-library courses for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 5.7.1 Does the library offer a required library introduction session for new students for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty?   
Table 5.7.2 Does the library offer a required library introduction session for new students for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 5.7.3 Does the library offer a required library introduction session for new students for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 5.7.4 Does the library offer a required library introduction session for new students for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 5.7.5 Does the library offer a required library introduction session for new students for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 5.7.6 Does the library offer a required library introduction session for new students for information literacy training specifically or predominantly for faculty? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
What are the most commonly requested topics for information literacy tutoring sessions with faculty?   
What are the most commonly requested topics for information literacy tutoring sessions with students?   
In your view what are the most important emerging new areas of information literacy for students?   
Table 6.1.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Medline is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.1.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Medline is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.1.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Medline is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.1.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Medline is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.1.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Medline is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.1.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Medline is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 6.2.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that PubMed is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.2.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that PubMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.2.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that PubMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.2.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that PubMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.2.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that PubMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.2.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that PubMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 6.3.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that UpToDate is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.3.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that UpToDate is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.3.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that UpToDate is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.3.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that UpToDate is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.3.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that UpToDate is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.3.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that UpToDate is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 6.4.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Google Scholar is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.4.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Google Scholar is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.4.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Google Scholar is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.4.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Google Scholar is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.4.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Google Scholar is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.4.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that Google Scholar is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 6.5.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that DynaMed is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.5.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that DynaMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.5.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that DynaMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.5.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that DynaMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.5.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that DynaMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.5.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that DynaMed is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 6.6.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the PsycINFO is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.6.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the PsycINFO is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.6.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the PsycINFO is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.6.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the PsycINFO is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.6.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the PsycINFO is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.6.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that the PsycINFO is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 6.7.1 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that CINAHL is covered in information literacy training?   
Table 6.7.2 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that CINAHL is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 6.7.3 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that CINAHL is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 6.7.4 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that CINAHL is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 6.7.5 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that CINAHL is covered in information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 6.7.6 How important is it to your constituency of scholars and students to see that CINAHL is covered in information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 7 Does the library include training on any of the following eBook collections in its information literacy training?   
Table 7.1.1 Does the library include training on ProQuest eBook collections in its information literacy training?   
Table 7.1.2 Does the library include training on ProQuest eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 7.1.3 Does the library include training on ProQuest eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 7.1.4 Does the library include training on ProQuest eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 7.1.5 Does the library include training on ProQuest eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 7.1.6 Does the library include training on ProQuest eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 7.2.1 Does the library include training on EBSCO eBook collections in its information literacy training?   
Table 7.2.2 Does the library include training on EBSCO eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 7.2.3 Does the library include training on EBSCO eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 7.2.4 Does the library include training on EBSCO eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 7.2.5 Does the library include training on EBSCO eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 7.2.6 Does the library include training on EBSCO eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 7.3.1 Does the library include training on Access medicine eBook collections in its information literacy training?   
Table 7.3.2 Does the library include training on Access medicine eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 7.3.3 Does the library include training on Access medicine eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 7.3.4 Does the library include training on Access medicine eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 7.3.5 Does the library include training on Access medicine eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 7.3.6 Does the library include training on Access medicine eBook collections in its information literacy training? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 7.4.1 Does the library include training on Springer eBooks eBook collections in its information literacy training?   
Table 8.1 About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach?   
Table 8.2 About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 8.3 About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 8.4 About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 8.5 About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 8.6 About what percentage of the information literacy classes that are taught in your medical school use a "flipped" classroom approach? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
What apps, software applications, videos or other technology resources do you find most useful in your medical/health/biological sciences information literacy activities? Be as specific as possible, naming particular sources, publishers and manufacturers.   
Table 9.1 Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library oriented instruction courses through distance learning?   
Table 9.2 Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library oriented instruction courses through distance learning? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 9.3 Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library oriented instruction courses through distance learning? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 9.4 Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library oriented instruction courses through distance learning? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 9.5 Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library oriented instruction courses through distance learning? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 9.6 Does your library offer medical information literacy courses or other library oriented instruction courses through distance learning? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 10 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from any of the following sources in your information literacy instruction?   
Table 10.1.1 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from YouTube in your information literacy instruction?   
Table 10.1.2 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from YouTube in your information literacy instruction? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 10.1.3 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from YouTube in your information literacy instruction? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 10.1.4 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from YouTube in your information literacy instruction? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 10.1.5 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from YouTube in your information literacy instruction? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 10.1.6 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from YouTube in your information literacy instruction? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 10.2.1 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Vimeo in your information literacy instruction?   
Table 10.2.2 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Vimeo in your information literacy instruction? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 10.2.3 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Vimeo in your information literacy instruction? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 10.2.4 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Vimeo in your information literacy instruction? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 10.2.5 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Vimeo in your information literacy instruction? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 10.2.6 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Vimeo in your information literacy instruction? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 10.3.1 Have you ever used or assigned for use videos from Facebook in your information literacy instruction?   
Table 11 Does the library offer information or technology training in any of the following?   
Table 11.1.1 Does the library offer information or technology training in the use of presentation software?   
Table 11.1.2 Does the library offer information or technology training in the use of presentation software? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 11.1.3 Does the library offer information or technology training in the use of presentation software? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 11.1.4 Does the library offer information or technology training in the use of presentation software? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 11.1.5 Does the library offer information or technology training in the use of presentation software? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 11.1.6 Does the library offer information or technology training in the use of presentation software? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 11.2.1 Does the library offer information or technology training in using Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services?   
Table 11.2.2 Does the library offer information or technology training in using Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 11.2.3 Does the library offer information or technology training in using Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 11.2.4 Does the library offer information or technology training in using Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 11.2.5 Does the library offer information or technology training in using Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 11.2.6 Does the library offer information or technology training in using Google Drive, Dropbox or other cloud storage services? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 11.3.1 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of data curation tools and services?   
Table 11.3.2 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of data curation tools and services? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 11.3.3 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of data curation tools and services? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 11.3.4 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of data curation tools and services? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 11.3.5 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of data curation tools and services? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 11.3.6 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of data curation tools and services? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 11.4.1 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of Microsoft OneNote?   
Table 11.5.1 Does the library offer information or technology training in setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers?   
Table 11.5.2 Does the library offer information or technology training in setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 11.5.3 Does the library offer information or technology training in setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 11.5.4 Does the library offer information or technology training in setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 11.5.5 Does the library offer information or technology training in setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 11.5.6 Does the library offer information or technology training in setting up alerts from medical info and other publishers? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Table 11.6.1 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of bibliometrics or altmetrics tools?   
Table 11.6.2 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of bibliometrics or altmetrics tools? Broken out by ?ountry   
Table 11.6.3 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of bibliometrics or altmetrics tools? Broken out for public and private colleges/universities   
Table 11.6.4 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of bibliometrics or altmetrics tools? Broken out by tuition, $   
Table 11.6.5 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of bibliometrics or altmetrics tools? Broken out by enrollment   
Table 11.6.6 Does the library offer information or technology training in using of bibliometrics or altmetrics tools? Broken out for medical school and other healthcare libraries   
Which apps pertinent to medical work or research do you think should be included in medical school information literacy training?   
Which medical school information literacy efforts do you most admire and why?

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  • Northwestern State University LA

  • University of Saskatchewan

  • Austin Peay State University

  • Western Carolina University

  • Texas A&M Corpus Christi

  • University of Victoria

  • Waynesburg University

  • University of New Brunswick Saint John

  • Mount Saint Mary College

  • UMKC Health Sciences Library

  • Saint-Joseph University

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