16 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses Springshare room reservations includes university IDs, which is an identifier. Customer Resource Management tools: currently this is a tool under investigation for the library, but it would potentially include identifiers, such as name, department, email. We annually collect the above marked data, some of which may include identifying information at the time of the transaction such as ILL and reference. The identifying information is removed once they no longer are needed for business purposes. For the purpose of learning analytics, we don’t keep identifying information collected through theses transactions. However, we conduct various assessment projects that may independently collect similar data with identifiers. We have a graduate student use only floor in one library and it is restricted by students swiping/using their student ID card. We have access to appointment data with identifiers for all students who make appointments with the Peer Research Assistants through WCOnline (writing center scheduling software). We also have an incomplete record of PIDs of students who use the service, which is available through the Student Data Dashboard. These are not entered consistently, though, so might not be useful for much. If you indicated that the library collects Other data without identifiers, please briefly describe that data. N=3 Licensed e-resource use through EZProxy. Use of videos created by the library, use of LibGuides created by the library We collect analytics for e-resource and site usage without individual identifiers. Additional comments N=11 Access to many of our systems requires a university computing ID but we do not collect that data for the library’s purposes. All of our circulation and materials usage require authentication but we do not retain those data after 30 days. To date, we have not used those data and there is some resistance to doing so in any capacity. Building usage includes identifiers at times when card swipe is used (e.g., after normal business hours). Online reference service usage includes identifiers, whereas face-to-face reference service currently does not. Only a subset of instruction evaluations has identifiers. Access to many of our systems requires a university computing ID but we do not collect that data for the library’s purposes. Checked data types _CAN_ include identifying information (Unique identifier) depending on how query is constructed. Identifiers are used to aggregate data by user types and demographics, academic units. Data collected for websites and “services” like Springshare uses Google Analytics and is not ID’d to a level that allows association to an individual. No individual user identifiers collected for reference, consultations. Data collected for websites and “services” like Springshare uses Google Analytics and is not IDed to a level that allows association at to an individual. No individual user identifiers are collected for reference, consultations. Data comes in with identifiers, but they are not saved. Data re: catalog use, item check out, electronic resource use, etc., do not report identifying info at least not the reports that I’ve seen, anyway. The majority of yeses above are managed and operated by central OIT. There may be demographic, department, or status information available, but never personal identifiers.