Medical & Other Scientific Librarian Use of Google and its Features & Apps

Nov 2016| PRG156A| Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

This 230+page study looks at how librarians from 31 medical and other scientific libraries are using Google and its features such as Gmail, Drive, Google Scholar, Google Books, Google Forms, YouTube, Google Images, Google Advanced Search, Chrome and many other Google features and apps. Survey participants include librarians from an array of 31 academic and scientific institutions including but not limited to Harvard Medical School, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, the University of Leeds, Johns Hopkins University’s William H. Welch Medical Library, the University of North Carolina Health Science Library, Kaiser Permanente, NHS Education for Scotland, Vanderbilt University and the University of London’s St George’s, among many others.

Data in the report is broken out by many variables including type of institution, scientific focus, age gender and work title of survey participant, among other variables. Data is broken out separately for academic medical school libraries, academic scientific libraries and non-education sector medical/scientific libraries.

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