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Teaching and Learning: Instructors


Survey


Purpose statement of the project:
Online survey of instructors (incl. full- and part-time faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and other staff with teaching responsibilities) regarding use of library resources, facilities, and services in support of teaching

Goals:
To establish extent to which instructors use the library to support teaching, changes in use of library to support teaching, improvements to teaching/student performance resulting from use of the library to support teaching

Investigators:
Regina Mays, University of Tennessee
Rachel Fleming-May, University of Tennessee
Teresa Walker, University of Tennessee

Methods:
Survey

Key variables of interest:
Time and financial savings as a result of library use to support teaching; improvements/changes as a result of library use to support teaching

Applicability:
Any college or university with modifications

Used/tested:
University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Buffalo State University, New York; in process of being implemented by University of North Carolina-Wilmington

Implementation/Impact:
UTK respondents report time and financial savings, increased use of electronic resources for teaching preparation and class reading assignments.

Questionnaire:
Instructor Survey

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