28 · Survey Results: Survey Questions And Responses
Orientations for Friends of the GW Libraries; Demonstration of Alumni E-Resources Portal for Alumni
State boards and commissions, speciﬁcally a partnership between the Women’s Archives at OSU (based in the
library), the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program (based in the library) and the Oklahoma Commission on the
Status of Women.
The library’s digital repository, scholarworks @ umass Amherst is the repository for many scholarly engagement
projects and activities, showcasing them through a unique “Engagement” section of the site.
UIC provides archival instruction to not for proﬁts in the Chicago area.
We respond formally to all requests, e.g., Chamber of Commerce, some School activities.
Web 2.0 technology use, e.g., Second Life
With CIRLA (Chesapeake Information and Research Library Alliance), we completed an IMLS grant to provide
mentoring and internships to library school students.
9. What library services or collections are provided as part of public engagement activities? Check all
that apply. N=46
Reference & Information Services 40 87%
Public Programs (e.g., exhibits, performances, lectures) 37 80%
Library Orientation Services 31 67%
Subject Specialist Services (e.g., education information,
business information, health information, legal information) 29 63%
Government Information Instruction 28 61%
Information Literacy Instruction 23 50%
Digitization Services 16 35%
Continuing Education 13 28%
Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery 10 22%
Web Site Development 9 20%
Other library services or collections 18 39%