38 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
collaborative teaching and learning.
Track the number of turn aways for each tool (i.e., a student wants to check out a laptop but all laptops are checked
We are not evaluating yet, but we hope to track number of uses and user feedback very soon.
We do some of these things but only the annual user survey is used for evaluation purposes.
20. Please list up to three benefits of providing collaborative teaching and learning tools to library
users. N=58
Supports a collaborative teaching and learning environment N=37
Allows for engaging and interactive information literacy education.
Contribution to student success.
Directly supports emerging trends in higher education.
Enables our patrons to collaborate more effectively within existing collaboration spaces.
Encourages innovation in the classroom.
Enhances the teaching and research capabilities of our faculty.
Facilitates collaboration and interaction.
Fosters team work and creativity among students.
Group projects are improved in quality and students are more engaged in them.
Group study rooms and whiteboards are in very high demand as assignments are increasingly collaborative.
Improved teaching and learning environment.
Increased student and faculty use of library for meetings and teaching sessions.
It is another way the library adds to the university’s teaching mission.
It provides students with options for doing collaborative work.
Partnerships with faculty.
Promotes team learning.
Provides many of the tools they need to produce multimedia projects for their classes.
Provides students with tools for informal group learning and tutoring.
Support educational needs of campus.
Support the changing needs of teaching, learning and research.
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