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Student Library Survey 2021-22: Face to Face vs. Online

Face to Face vs. Online Scores

Classroom vs Online Usage Characteristics

Percentage of classroom students visiting the library 11 or more times - 50%

Percentage of online students visiting the library 11 or more times per semester - 6%

Percentage of classroom room students using online resources 11 or more times per semester - 26%

Percentage of online students using online resources 11 or more times per semester - 55% 

Analysis - Classroom Students

Classroom Students comprised 85% of the the overall participants - 263 out of 308.

Their overall score was lower than online students -  4.39 vs. 4.62.

The highest category was -  Staff (4.52)

The highest score was - Library facilities are clean and well maintained (4.92)

Their lowest category was - I understand how to... (4.31)

The lowest score was -Collections within my major (4.19).

Analysis - Online Students

Online Students comprised 15% of the the overall participants - 45 out of 308.

Their overall score was higher than classroom students -  4.62 vs 4.39 .

The highest category was - Staff (4.93)

The highest score was - Librarians are knowledgeable and adept at finding information (5.00)

Their lowest category was - Collections (4.55)

The lowest score was a tie between - Collections within my major and Research Guides - both (4.32)

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None in this area. Scores over 4.00 are considered good.