Survey of the Academic Library Role in Course Management Systems

Published - September 2013| Code - PRG010A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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The study looks closely at how academic libraries present themselves in the course management system, and the role that they play in developing it and training faculty and students to use it. The report gives detailed data on library staff time devoted to the course management system, the role the library plays in information literacy regarding the course management system, the degree to which libraries offer courses through the CMS, and the degree to which library resources such as course reserves, LibGuides and other subject and course guides, inter-library loan requests, and other library services are integrated into the CMS. Data is broken out by size and type of academic library and for different CMS systems.

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