Academic Library Website Benchmarks, 2015 Edition
The 116-page study presents data from 50 colleges and universities about their academic library development and policies. The study helps its readers answer questions such as: What percentage of academic libraries recently undertook, or plan in the near future, a major website redesign? What are the goals of the website redesigns? How is the academic library website staffed? What is the role of the central college IT department? How have website usability studies been conducted and by whom? Have outside consultants a role? How many libraries have ancillary sites or presences on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and other cyber sites? Howmany libraries have committees to oversee their ? What do librarians consider the best single products and ideas that have elped their websites over the past few years?
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