Library & Learning Resources Faculty Survey 2014

 
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1. At which center/campus do you primarily teach?
2. What is your primary department/program?
3. Are you satisfied with the communication between you and the librarian assigned to your department?
4. How do you prefer to be contacted by the librarian assigned as liaison to your department?
5. What percentage of your courses/assignments requires some type of Library/Media Center resources or services?
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6. Do you have assignments that require research or materials beyond the textbook or materials you provide for students?
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7. What percentage of the courses you teach have materials on reserve at the library?
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8. I use the following services provided by the library. Check all that apply.
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9. Rate how the library's online and on-site services and resources meet your students' learning needs?
HIGH 5432LOW 1
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10. I have collaborated with library faculty on: (check all that apply)
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11. "Information competency is a set of abilities requiring individuals to “recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information."

Does your instruction and/or coursework provide opportunities to build information competency skills? If so, please indicate to what extent.
IntroducedPracticedReinforcedN/A
Determine the nature and extent of the needed information
Access needed information effectively and efficiently
Differentiate between popular vs. scholarly, specific vs. background, and primary vs. secondary sources of information
Evaluate information and its sources critically and incorporate selected information into coursework
Demonstrate understanding of how to access and use information ethically and legally
Cite sources using a consistent documentation style and construct a bibliography
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12. Do your course SLOs address any information competency concepts?
13. Which information competency skills do you think your students would benefit from more instruction and tutorials?
Very importantSomewhat importantLeast importantN/A
Develop sound, manageable research questions and determine the nature and extent of information required to address that question
Access needed information effectively and efficiently
Differentiate between popular vs. scholarly, specific vs. overview, and primary vs. secondary sources of information
Evaluate information sources critically and incorporate selected information into coursework
Demonstrate understanding of how to access and use information ethically and legally
Cite sources using an official documentation stylein-text and in a bibliography
14. What could the library do to improve service, resources, or instruction that benefit both faculty and students?
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