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Faculty Survey: Auxiliary Library Services

We asked you about several programs and services we might expand or develop. Of the options we offered, you said the most useful new library service would be "integrating library services and resources more fully into Moodle," followed by "Creating and sharing a searchable database of scanned pictures, videos, etc...."

To learn about the library's current Moodle integration, see our Services for Faculty page and look for "Integrating the Library into Moodle." Our first Digital Collection, University Presidents, will give you an idea of what a searchable database might look like.

Overall scores, sorted by percent responding "Definitely Useful":
Definitely or Somewhat Useful
Definitely or Somewhat Not Useful
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Integrating library services and resources more fully into Moodle 71.8% 9.2%
Creating and sharing a searchable database of scanned pictures, videos, etc. submitted by faculty and students to support UP teaching, learning, and scholarship 65.3% 15.8%
Reference librarians offering on-site assistance in schools and departments 64.7% 11.4%
Expanded assistance with issues concerning copyright and author rights 48.0% 20.2%
Availability of mobile library applications for use on cell phones, smart phones, PDAs, etc. 34.1% 32.9%


We welcome further input. Please email with your comments and suggestions.