Visual Arts Librarian Use of Google and its Features & Apps

Published - October 2016| Code - PRG152A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

This study presents data about use of Google by visual arts librarians from 32 art libraries in colleges and universities, art schools, museums and public libraries and the non-educational private sector. The report gives detailed data and commentary on how visual arts librarians are using Google and its many apps including but not limited to Gmail, Google Maps, Google Images, Google Photos, Drive, YouTube, Google Advanced Search, Google Calendar, Google Scholar, Google Books and much more. The report relates precise information about exactly how much time librarians spend using each of these features each month, and how valuable they find them.

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