Corporate & Business Librarian Use of Google & Its Features & Apps
The report presents findings from a survey of 22 corporate and business librarians, predominantly drawn from major corporations and leading business schools. The 188-page study presents detailed data on use of Google, YouTube, Chrome, Gmail, Drive and a myriad of other Google Features and Apps including but not limited to: Google Maps, Google Advanced Search, Google Books, Google Scholar, Google Images, Google Photos, Google Notifications, Google Calendar, Google Sky, Google Forms, Google Groups and many others.
Data is broken out separately for corporate and business education libraries (largely those of MBA programs) and by library size and by age, gender and compensation level of survey participant, among other variables. In addition to providing data on the extent of use and usefulness of these various features and apps, respondents identify their favored features and apps and how they benefit from them.
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