Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey has been released

From a Digital Humanities perspective, this survey provides an interesting overall view of how researchers, librarians, instructors, students, etc. are adapting and/or implementing their teaching, learning, and publishing practices to new (digital) methodologies and approaches.

(contains links to the report and presentation)

From the report:

The aim of previous surveys has been to ¬†“help the higher education community understand the changing needs of faculty members as they relate to key issues such as the discovery process, collecting and collections, the value of the library, and publishing.” ¬†This latest survey includes “support service needs associated with changing research methods, data preservation, research dissemination, and undergraduate instruction, as well as the role of the e-book in research and teaching.”

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