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California Community College Student Library & Technology Engagement Survey: 2011 Pilot, Final Report

by instruction services manager & e-learning librarian at the claremont colleges on Sep 25, 2011

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If you have questions about this study or its open access questionnaire template (tinyurl.com/ltes-oatemplate), please visit www.cclccc.org/contact.html or email charbooth@gmail.com. ...

If you have questions about this study or its open access questionnaire template (tinyurl.com/ltes-oatemplate), please visit www.cclccc.org/contact.html or email charbooth@gmail.com.

This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To cite this work:

Booth, C. (2011). California Community College Student Library & Technology Engagement Survey: 2011 Pilot, Final Report. Sacramento, CA: Council of Chief Librarians of California Community Colleges, available from http://www.cclccc.org/.

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  • bakerl Laura Baker, Emerging Technologies Librarian at ACU Library at Abilene Christian University Thanks for posting this. This report is right in line with an environmental scan we are trying to do at our library. I'd love to know more about this sort of activity as well as how other libraries are moving to incorporate a culture of assessment and responsiveness. 2 years ago
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  • charbooth char booth, instruction services manager & e-learning librarian at the claremont colleges In 2010, the Executive Board of the Council of Chief Librarians of California Community Colleges (CCLCCC) initiated the California Community College Student Library & Technology Engagement Survey, a five-campus pilot research project intended to provide actionable insight into the library, information, and learning technology ecologies of student populations across California. This effort arose from an acknowledgement that, at a time of widespread transition and resource scarcity in higher education, robust inquiry is needed at the campus level to understand the diversity of user needs and characteristics. If known, these factors can facilitate a streamlined library and academic technology framework that supports student learning through evidence-based practice.

    The Student Library & Technology Engagement Survey was designed to address the following goals:
    • Understand local users. Examine the library, information, communication, and academic technology characteristics of California community college (CCC) students.
    • Track technology trends. Chart the use of emerging media platforms and communication tools by CCC students.
    • Support learning needs. Determine the library’s role in the personal learning environments of CCC students, and identify how to respond more strategically to academic/information needs.
    • Prioritize and refine services. Evaluate and adapt traditional and tech-based library services based on user insight.
    • Foster cohesion. Provide a common user research strategy for CCC libraries.

    In coordination with the CCL Executive Board, principal researcher Char Booth and a Working Group of pilot participant library directors, including Tim Karas of Mission College (Chair), John Koetzner of Mendocino College, Kenley Neufeld of Santa Barbara City College, Choonhee Rhim of East Los Angeles Community College, and Susan Walsh of Merced College, developed and administered the study between Fall of 2010 and Spring of 2011. This report describes the design process and initial findings of this pilot, concluding with recommendations for scaling a similar research strategy to the statewide level.

    If you have questions about this study or its open access questionnaire template
    (tinyurl.com/ltes-oatemplate), please visit www.cclccc.org/contact.html or email
    charbooth@gmail.com.

    This report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
    3.0 Unported License.

    To cite this work:

    Booth, C. (2011). California Community College Student Library & Technology Engagement
    Survey: 2011 Pilot, Final Report. Sacramento, CA: Council of Chief Librarians of California
    Community Colleges, available from http://www.cclccc.org/.
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