informing innovation in california community colleges: the 2011 LTES pilot report.

In 2009 I published Informing Innovation, a research report that tracked the library and technology use, perceptions, and needs of Ohio University students. Over the past year, I have been privileged to consult on a similar project for a different (and vastly larger) student population in California. I've been working with the Council of Chief... Continue Reading →

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m-q/a.

I recently answered a few questions for a Viewpoint/Interview piece in the upcoming Reference Services Review (38/2), most of which is now available to subscribers in pre-print. The issue is devoted to mobile services in libraries and features some of the smartest content I've seen on the subject thus far. Several of the articles are... Continue Reading →

updated technology survey instrument.

In response to a recent uptick in interest in the template survey instrument I designed for Informing Innovation, I'm distributing a newer, quite different, and more academic technology-focused instrument that I recently created for a local project at UCB. It's a working copy not formatted to any degree of fanciness and was also intended to... Continue Reading →

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