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1  Survey based on the work of Char Booth, presented at ACRL Access study at  Data collected during March, 2010, using SurveyMonkey  Results based on about 750 participants ◦ First-Year Undergrad ◦ Second-Year Undergrad ◦ Third-Year Undergrad ◦ Fourth-Year Undergraduate – 148  Three $100 Co-op Gift Certificates awarded  Booth survey used with UConn modifications by Nancy Dryden, Sheila Lafferty, and Kathy Labadorf Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

2 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

3 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

4 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

5 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

6 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

7 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

8 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

9 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

10 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

11 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

12 Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

13 Is this an anomaly or a trend? Future surveys will be needed. Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine

14 References Booth, Char (2009). Informing Innovation: Tracking student interest in emerging library technologies. Retrieved from Kathleen Labadorf, University of Connecticut. NELIG Meeting, 12/3/2010, University of Southern Maine


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