Saturday, November 07, 2009
The Survey of Higher Education Faculty: Level of Faculty Satisfaction with the Academic Library
"Primary Research Group has published The Survey of Higher Education Faculty: Use of Print & Electronic Library Collections of Scholarly Journals. The study is based on a survey of 550+ higher education faculty in the USA and Canada. Faculty present their opinions on preferences for print or paper journal formats, degree of problems with archival access, use of url-catalog links to journals, extent to which their college library journal collection satisfies their scholarly needs, and frequency of database access and library visits. Data is broken out by 12 criteria including age, academic field or specialty, type of college, size of college, frequency of library use, and many other factors"