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Survey of Use of Open Access Materials in Information Literacy & Other Library Science Education

  • ID: 4848792
  • Report
  • 110 Pages
  • Primary Research Group
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This 110-page report gives highly detailed data from 36 colleges and universities about the types of open access materials used in information literacy and other library science instruction.  The study presents detailed data on use of library special collections in info literacy, and the use of open access library science texts, open access journals, TED talks and other videos, as well as open access sites sponsored by colleges and universities.  The report also includes data on the use of open access interactive online resources, and open access directories, among other sources.

The study gives highly product specific data, pinpointing use for information literacy and other library science study assets such as Google Scholar, Merlot, OER Commons, the Open Syllabus Project and many other resources.  The study also looks at the use of various open access library science journals and university digital repositories, as well as eBook resources such as the Gutenberg Project, the Internet Archive, the Digital Public Library of American and HathiTrust, among others.  The study also provides data on info literacy and other lib science use of technologies such as open access audio books, virtual reality, smartphone apps and interactive tutorials.

Survey participants list their favorite resources, often providing specific references and URL’s for key info literacy concepts and resources Some subject covered include: plagiarism, source credibility determination, peer review, open access, citation development, research paper organization, database use, fact checking, licensing, Wikipedia use and many other areas. 

Data in the report is broken down my many personal and institutional variables, including but not limited to size and Carnegie class of institution, and age and gender of the survey respondent. 

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

  • 41.67% of respondents had used a university or academic library association YouTube channel in their information literacy or library science education efforts.
  • 50% of survey participants had used OER Commons in their information literacy efforts.
  • Nearly 62% of survey participants from private colleges had used resources from HathiTrust in their information literacy efforts.
  • 14.29% of survey respondents in small colleges with fewer than 2,000.
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1. THE QUESTIONNAIRE    

2. SURVEY PARTICIPANTS    

  • Characteristics of the Sample    

3. SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS    

  • Which library-hosted rare book, photograph, digital or other special collections have you ever used in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
  • Which YouTube or other publicly accessible or open access videos have you ever used in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
  • Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts?    
  • If so which ones and for what kinds of information.    
  • If you have ever used open access information science textbooks in your information literacy or library education efforts, which ones are they?    
  • Have you ever used textbooks from any of the following sources for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
  • Open Textbook Library    
  • OpenStax    
  • Open SUNY Textbooks    
  • The Global Text Project    
  • Jurn    
  • BoonBoon    
  • Google Scholar    
  • Merlot    
  • Other    
  • Which of the following online directories or search tools have you used to find open access materials in library or information science?    
  • Merlot II    
  • OER Commons    
  • Directory of Open Access Books    
  • EBSCO Discovery for eTextbooks    
  • Other    
  • Which Library Science Academic Journals do you find most useful in your professional work?  Which of these are open access?    
  • Which of the following have you used to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?    
  • Google Scholar    
  • Directory of Open Access Journals    
  • Digital Commons Network    
  • University digital repositories (any)    
  • Open Library of the Humanities    
  • Other    
  • What is your preferred or favorite source for open access library science journals?    
  • Which of the following public access eBook sites have you used in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
  • the Gutenberg Project    
  • HathiTrust    
  • World Digital Library    
  • Internet Archive    
  • Google Books    
  • Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections    
  • Open Book Publishers    
  • Barnes and Noble Free eBooks    
  • ePub Books    
  • Digital Public Library of America    
  • Other    
  • Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
  • Have you ever used in your information literacy or library science instruction any of the following?    
  • Podcasts    
  • Interactive tutorials    
  • Smartphone/tablet apps    
  • Virtual reality tools    
  • If you have used any of the above, mention a few of the most effective examples of information literacy or other library science education online tutorials, podcasts, apps or virtual reality tools that you have used.    
  • Have you used any of the following in your work?    
  • Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR)    
  • Open Syllabus Project    
  • Open Access Theses and Dissertations    
  • Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations    
  • OAIster    
  • SHARE    
  • Open Access Button    
  • OPENAire    
  • CORE    
  • Paperity    
  • spARK (lesson plans)    
  • Other    
  • If we have missed any other important sources of low cost or free tools for information literacy or overall library science instruction, please mention a few of your favorites below.    
  • Which library hosted rare book, photograph, digital or other special collections have you ever used in your information literacy or library science instruction?  If you can also briefly describe the resource and mention its source with links if feasible. Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
  • Which YouTube or other publicly accessible or open access videos have you ever used in your information literacy or library science instruction?  If you can also briefly describe the resource and mention its source with links if feasible. Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts?    
Table 1.2 Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 1.3 Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 1.4 Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 1.5 Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 1.6 Have you used any university or academic library association YouTube channel in your information literacy or library science education efforts? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
If you have ever used open access information science textbooks in your information literacy or library education efforts which ones are they? If you can also briefly describe the resource and mention its source with links if feasible. Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2 Have you ever used textbooks from any of the following sources for your information literacy or library science instruction? (check all that apply)    
Table 2.1.1 Have you ever used textbooks from Open Textbook Library for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.1.2 Have you ever used textbooks from Open Textbook Library for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.1.3 Have you ever used textbooks from Open Textbook Library for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.1.4 Have you ever used textbooks from Open Textbook Library for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 2.1.5 Have you ever used textbooks from Open Textbook Library for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.1.6 Have you ever used textbooks from Open Textbook Library for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 2.2.1 Have you ever used textbooks from OpenStax for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.2.2 Have you ever used textbooks from OpenStax for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.2.3 Have you ever used textbooks from OpenStax for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.2.4 Have you ever used textbooks from OpenStax for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 2.2.5 Have you ever used textbooks from OpenStax for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.2.6 Have you ever used textbooks from OpenStax for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 2.3.1 Have you ever used textbooks from Open SUNY Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.3.2 Have you ever used textbooks from Open SUNY Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.3.3 Have you ever used textbooks from Open SUNY Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.3.4 Have you ever used textbooks from Open SUNY Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 2.3.5 Have you ever used textbooks from Open SUNY Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.3.6 Have you ever used textbooks from Open SUNY Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 2.4.1 Have you ever used textbooks from The Global Text Project for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.5.1 Have you ever used textbooks from Jurn for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.6.1 Have you ever used textbooks from BoonBoon Textbooks for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.7.1 Have you ever used textbooks from Google Scholar for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.7.2 Have you ever used textbooks from Google Scholar for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.7.3 Have you ever used textbooks from Google Scholar for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.7.4 Have you ever used textbooks from Google Scholar for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 2.7.5 Have you ever used textbooks from Google Scholar for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.7.6 Have you ever used textbooks from Google Scholar for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 2.8.1 Have you ever used textbooks from Merlot for your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 2.8.2 Have you ever used textbooks from Merlot for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 2.8.3 Have you ever used textbooks from Merlot for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 2.8.4 Have you ever used textbooks from Merlot for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 2.8.5 Have you ever used textbooks from Merlot for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 2.8.6 Have you ever used textbooks from Merlot for your information literacy or library science instruction?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 3 Which of the following online directories or search tools have you used to find open access materials in library or information science?    
Table 3.1.1 Have you used Merlot II to find open access materials in library or information science?    
Table 3.1.2 Have you used Merlot II to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 3.1.3 Have you used Merlot II to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 3.1.4 Have you used Merlot II to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 3.1.5 Have you used Merlot II to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 3.1.6 Have you used Merlot II to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 3.2.1 Have you used OER Commons to find open access materials in library or information science?    
Table 3.2.2 Have you used OER Commons to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 3.2.3 Have you used OER Commons to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 3.2.4 Have you used OER Commons to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 3.2.5 Have you used OER Commons to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 3.2.6 Have you used OER Commons to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 3.3.1 Have you used directory of open access books to find open access materials in library or information science?    
Table 3.3.2 Have you used directory of open access books to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 3.3.3 Have you used directory of open access books to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 3.3.4 Have you used directory of open access books to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 3.3.5 Have you used directory of open access books to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 3.3.6 Have you used directory of open access books to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 3.4.1 Have you used Ebsco Discovery for eTextbooks to find open access materials in library or information science?    
Table 3.4.2 Have you used Ebsco Discovery for eTextbooks to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 3.4.3 Have you used Ebsco Discovery for eTextbooks to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 3.4.4 Have you used Ebsco Discovery for eTextbooks to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 3.4.5 Have you used Ebsco Discovery for eTextbooks to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 3.4.6 Have you used Ebsco Discovery for eTextbooks to find open access materials in library or information science? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Which Library Science Academic Journals do you find most useful in your professional work?  Which of these are open access? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 4 Which of the following have you used to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education? (check all that apply)    
Table 4.1.1 Have you used Google Scholar to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?    
Table 4.1.2 Have you used Google Scholar to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 4.1.3 Have you used Google Scholar to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 4.1.4 Have you used Google Scholar to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 4.1.5 Have you used Google Scholar to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 4.1.6 Have you used Google Scholar to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 4.2.1 Have you used the Directory of Open Access Journals to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?    
Table 4.2.2 Have you used the Directory of Open Access Journals to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 4.2.3 Have you used the Directory of Open Access Journals to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 4.2.4 Have you used the Directory of Open Access Journals to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 4.2.5 Have you used the Directory of Open Access Journals to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 4.2.6 Have you used the Directory of Open Access Journals to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 4.3.1 Have you used The Digital Commons Network to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?    
Table 4.3.2 Have you used The Digital Commons Network to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 4.3.3 Have you used The Digital Commons Network to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 4.3.4 Have you used The Digital Commons Network to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 4.3.5 Have you used The Digital Commons Network to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 4.3.6 Have you used The Digital Commons Network to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 4.4.1 Have you used university digital repositories (any) to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?    
Table 4.4.2 Have you used university digital repositories (any) to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 4.4.3 Have you used university digital repositories (any) to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 4.4.4 Have you used university digital repositories (any) to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 4.4.5 Have you used university digital repositories (any) to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 4.4.6 Have you used university digital repositories (any) to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 4.5.1 Have you used the Open Library of the Humanities to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?    
Table 4.5.2 Have you used the Open Library of the Humanities to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 4.5.3 Have you used the Open Library of the Humanities to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 4.5.4 Have you used the Open Library of the Humanities to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 4.5.5 Have you used the Open Library of the Humanities to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by enrollment    
Table 4.5.6 Have you used the Open Library of the Humanities to find open access journal articles for research or instruction in information literacy or library science education?  Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
What is your preferred or favorite source for open access library science journals? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5 Which of the following public access eBook sites have you used in your information literacy or library science instruction? (check all that apply)    
Table 5.1.1 Have you used the Gutenberg Project in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.1.2 Have you used the Gutenberg Project in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.1.3 Have you used the Gutenberg Project in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.1.4 Have you used the Gutenberg Project in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.1.5 Have you used the Gutenberg Project in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.1.6 Have you used the Gutenberg Project in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.2.1 Have you used the Hathi Trust Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.2.2 Have you used the Hathi Trust Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.2.3 Have you used the Hathi Trust Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.2.4 Have you used the Hathi Trust Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.2.5 Have you used the Hathi Trust Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.2.6 Have you used the Hathi Trust Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.3.1 Have you used the World Digital Library in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.4.1 Have you used the Internet Archive in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.4.2 Have you used the Internet Archive in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.4.3 Have you used the Internet Archive in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.4.4 Have you used the Internet Archive in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.4.5 Have you used the Internet Archive in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.4.6 Have you used the Internet Archive in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.5.1 Have you used Google Books in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.5.2 Have you used Google Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.5.3 Have you used Google Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.5.4 Have you used Google Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.5.5 Have you used Google Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.5.6 Have you used Google Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.6.1 Have you used Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.6.2 Have you used Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.6.3 Have you used Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.6.4 Have you used Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.6.5 Have you used Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.6.6 Have you used Kindle eBooks Free Ebook Collections in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.7.1 Have you used Open Book Publishers in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.7.2 Have you used Open Book Publishers in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.7.3 Have you used Open Book Publishers in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.7.4 Have you used Open Book Publishers in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.7.5 Have you used Open Book Publishers in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.7.6 Have you used Open Book Publishers in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.8.1 Have you used Barnes and Noble Free eBooks in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.9.1 Have you used ePub Books in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.9.2 Have you used ePub Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.9.3 Have you used ePub Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.9.4 Have you used ePub Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.9.5 Have you used ePub Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.9.6 Have you used ePub Books in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 5.10.1 Have you used Digital Public Library of America in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 5.10.2 Have you used Digital Public Library of America in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 5.10.3 Have you used Digital Public Library of America in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 5.10.4 Have you used Digital Public Library of America in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 5.10.5 Have you used Digital Public Library of America in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 5.10.6 Have you used Digital Public Library of America in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 6.1 Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 6.2 Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 6.3 Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 6.4 Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 6.5 Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your infomration literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 6.6 Have you ever used materials from an open access audio book site in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 7 Have you ever used in your information literacy or library science instruction any of the following? (check all that apply)    
Table 7.1.1 Have you ever used podcasts in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 7.1.2 Have you ever used podcasts in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 7.1.3 Have you ever used podcasts in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 7.1.4 Have you ever used podcasts in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 7.1.5 Have you ever used podcasts in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 7.1.6 Have you ever used podcasts in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 7.2.1 Have you ever used interactive tutorials in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 7.2.2 Have you ever used interactive tutorials in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 7.2.3 Have you ever used interactive tutorials in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 7.2.4 Have you ever used interactive tutorials in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 7.2.5 Have you ever used interactive tutorials in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 7.2.6 Have you ever used interactive tutorials in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 7.3.1 Have you ever used smartphone/tablet apps in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 7.3.2 Have you ever used smartphone/tablet apps in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 7.3.3 Have you ever used smartphone/tablet apps in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 7.3.4 Have you ever used smartphone/tablet apps in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 7.3.5 Have you ever used smartphone/tablet apps in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 7.3.6 Have you ever used smartphone/tablet apps in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 7.4.1 Have you ever used virtual reality tools in your information literacy or library science instruction?    
Table 7.4.2 Have you ever used virtual reality tools in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 7.4.3 Have you ever used virtual reality tools in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 7.4.4 Have you ever used virtual reality tools in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 7.4.5 Have you ever used virtual reality tools in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 7.4.6 Have you ever used virtual reality tools in your information literacy or library science instruction? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
If you have used any of the above mention a few of the most effective examples of information literacy or other library science education online tutorials, podcasts, apps or virtual reality tools that you have used.  If possible, give names of the applications and where they can be found. Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8 Have you used any of the following in your work? (check all that apply)    
Table 8.1.1 Have you used The Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) in your work?    
Table 8.1.2 Have you used The Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.1.3 Have you used The Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.1.4 Have you used The Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.1.5 Have you used The Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.1.6 Have you used The Directory of Open Access Repositories (DOAR) in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.2.1 Have you used The Open Syllabus Project in your work?    
Table 8.2.2 Have you used The Open Syllabus Project in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.2.3 Have you used The Open Syllabus Project in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.2.4 Have you used The Open Syllabus Project in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.2.5 Have you used The Open Syllabus Project in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.2.6 Have you used The Open Syllabus Project in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.3.1 Have you used Open Access Theses and Dissertations in your work?    
Table 8.3.2 Have you used Open Access Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.3.3 Have you used Open Access Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.3.4 Have you used Open Access Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.3.5 Have you used Open Access Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.3.6 Have you used Open Access Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.4.1 Have you used the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in your work?    
Table 8.4.2 Have you used the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.4.3 Have you used Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.4.4 Have you used the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.4.5 Have you used the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.4.6 Have you used the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.5.1 Have you used OALster in your work?    
Table 8.6.1 Have you used SHARE in your work?    
Table 8.6.2 Have you used SHARE in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.6.3 Have you used SHARE in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.6.4 Have you used SHARE in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.6.5 Have you used SHARE in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.6.6 Have you used SHARE in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.7.1 Have you used Open Access Button in your work?    
Table 8.7.2 Have you used Open Access Button in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.7.3 Have you used Open Access Button in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.7.4 Have you used Open Access Button in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.7.5 Have you used Open Access Button in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.7.6 Have you used Open Access Button in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.8.1 Have you used OPENAire in your work?    
Table 8.8.2 Have you used OPENAire in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.8.3 Have you used OPENAire in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.8.4 Have you used OPENAire in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.8.5 Have you used OPENAire in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.8.6 Have you used OPENAire in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.9.1 Have you used CORE in your work?    
Table 8.9.2 Have you used CORE in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.9.3 Have you used CORE in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.9.4 Have you used CORE in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.9.5 Have you used CORE in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.9.6 Have you used CORE in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.10.1 Have you used Paperity in your work?    
Table 8.10.2 Have you used Paperity in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.10.3 Have you used Paperity in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.10.4 Have you used Paperity in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.10.5 Have you used Paperity in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.10.6 Have you used Paperity in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
Table 8.11.1 Have you used spARK (lesson plans) in your work?    
Table 8.11.2 Have you used spARK (lesson plans) in your work? Broken out by tuition, $    
Table 8.11.3 Have you used spARK (lesson plans) in your work? Broken out by college type or Carnegie class    
Table 8.11.4 Have you used spARK (lesson plans) in your work? Broken out by is your college public or private?    
Table 8.11.5 Have you used spARK (lesson plans) in your work? Broken out by enrollment    
Table 8.11.6 Have you used spARK (lesson plans) in your work? Broken out by information literacy role of the survey participant    
If we have missed any other important sources of low cost or free tools for information literacy or overall library science instruction, please mention a few of your favorites below. Broken out by college type or Carnegie class   

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