14 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses The university is currently in the infancy stages of implementing MyDay, a system dedicated to student, human resources, as well as financial data. Student data is the last phase to be implemented, and library data will not be included. The university is very decentralized and data is stored in multiple ways. University Learning Analytics guidelines have been drafted and are being adopted campus-wide, led by Interim Chief Information Security Officer/University Privacy Officer. LIBRARY DATA COLLECTION AND RETENTION 6. Please indicate which of the following user data the library collects for its own learning analytics activities and whether that data includes identifiers. Check all that apply. N=46 User Data Includes identifiers Does not include identifiers N Reference service usage 5 37 42 Research consultations 13 29 42 Course-integrated instruction attendance 11 30 41 Workshop attendance 9 31 40 Physical collection circulation statistics 18 21 39 Attendance at other events (e.g., tour, orientations, etc.) 6 33 39 Database usage 8 30 38 Journal usage 8 30 38 E-resources usage (including eBooks) 10 28 38 Library website usage 2 36 38 Building usage 8 30 38 Instruction evaluations 5 33 38 Interlibrary loan requests 21 16 37 Library computer logins 12 19 31 Single sign-on login portals (e.g., LDAP, Shibboleth) 11 13 24 Security systems (e.g., security camera recordings) 0 23 23 Wifi usage 3 15 18 Other data 8 5 13 Total respondents 32 45 46 If you indicated that the library collects Other data with identifiers, please briefly describe that data. N=7 CANVAS (the LMS) usage data is collected and shared with the academic units, upon request. Note: Generally speaking, the Libraries collects data for improving the Libraries (collections, services, and spaces). We are not currently correlating library data with student outcomes, but we have plans to do so in conjunction with the university. This effort is currently in the planning phase. Data from online modules used as a face-to-face instruction equivalent data with identifiers is sent to course instructors for grading purposes, and de-identified versions are used within the library for analysis. Qualitative data from library research studies survey data course assignment performance data.