Public Librarian Use of Google and its Features & Apps

Published - November 2016| Code - PRG155A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

This 200+ page report presents detailed data on the use by public librarians of Gmail, YouTube, Google Images, Google Scholar, Google Forms, Chrome, Google Advanced Search, Google Maps, Google Drive and many many other Google applications and apps. The report helps its readers to answer questions such as: which Google features and apps do public librarians find most useful? How much time do they spend using these apps? What are they using them for? Sixty librarians from public libraries across the United States took part in the survey and data is broken out by age and gender and general work title of the librarian, and the budget size and population service area of the participating libraries.

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