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Corporate and Business Library Benchmarks, 2016 Edition

Corporate and Business Library Benchmarks, 2016 Edition

The study presents data from 24 corporate and other business libraries about their spending patterns, use of staff time, and plans and priorities. The 116 page study covers spending on print and digital resources, efforts to educate end users in databases use, staff trends and dimensions, uses of outsourcing, the library’s relationship with corporate archives, marketing of information services to library end users, the impact of video and social media, use of eBooks and much more. Data is broken out separately by institutional size and for corporate/regulatory and MBA libraries. The report also examines uses of library staff time, pinpointing time spent on teaching search techniques, developing metadata, choosing information resources and other tasks. The mean number of employees of the 24 organizations sponsoring the libraries was 18,326 with a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 100,000. Some of the report’s many findings are that; The number of full time equivalent librarians employed by the organizations corporate or business libraries was a mean of 3.72 with a minimum of 0.5 and a maximum of 20; The mean amount that is paid for outsourced labor annually is $32,500 with a minimum of $25,000 and a maximum of $40,000. No non-USA library outsources; The percentage of work time devoted to teaching search techniques was a mean of 9.43% with a minimum of 0 and a maximum of 30%; The highest level of annual spending for online services by any library in the sample was $1.5 million.


THE QUESTIONNAIRE
PARTICIPANTS LIST
Characteristics of the Sample
SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS
Characteristics of the Sample
Staff Dimensions
Spending on Salaries
Outsourcing
Overall Library Budget Trends
Library Relationship with Corporate or Institutional Archives
Instructing Employees in Use of Databases and other Information Literacy Objectives
Success in Lowering Costs and Improving Quality of Information Services
How to Gain Cooperation in Information Literacy Efforts
Spending on Materials/Content
Spending for Online Databases
Spending on Print & Electronic Journals and Other Periodicals
Spending on Books & EBooks
Favorite eBook Collections
Spending on Directories
Use of Audio Video Resources
Use of Print Format Magazines & Newsletters
Recent Experiences with Print and Online Publications
Impact of Social Media on the Corporate/Business Library
Marketing the Library to End Users
Organizational Departments that are Major users of the Library
Uses of Staff Time
Role Models
Table 1.1 Approximately what is the total number of worldwide employees of your parent organization?
Table 1.2 Approximately what is the total number of worldwide employees of your parent organization? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 1.3 Approximately what is the total number of worldwide employees of your parent organization? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 1.4 Approximately what is the total number of worldwide employees of your parent organization? Broken out by type of business library
Table 2.1 How many full time equivalent librarians are employed by your organization's corporate or business libraries? (For corporations include the entire library system, including scientific libraries).
Table 2.2 How many full time equivalent librarians are employed by your organization's corporate or business libraries? (For corporations include the entire library system, including scientific libraries). Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 2.3 How many full time equivalent librarians are employed by your organization's corporate or business libraries? (For corporations include the entire library system, including scientific libraries). Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 2.4 How many full time equivalent librarians are employed by your organization's corporate or business libraries? (For corporations include the entire library system, including scientific libraries). Broken out by type of business library
Table 3.1 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by your organization's corporate and/or business libraries?
Table 3.2 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by your organization's corporate and/or business libraries? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 3.3 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by your organization's corporate and/or business libraries? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 3.4 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by your organization's corporate and/or business libraries? Broken out by type of business library
Table 4.1 Over the past two years the organization's corporate/business libraries have gained or lost positions?
Table 4.2 Over the past two years the organization's corporate/business libraries have gained or lost positions? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 4.3 Over the past two years the organization's corporate/business libraries have gained or lost positions? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 4.4 Over the past two years the organization's corporate/business libraries have gained or lost positions? Broken out by type of business library
Table 5.1 What was the library's total spending on salaries in 2015 for all employees? (in US $)
Table 5.2 What was the library's total spending on salaries in 2015 for all employees? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 5.3 What was the library's total spending on salaries in 2015 for all employees? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 5.4 What was the library's total spending on salaries in 2015 for all employees? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 6.1 What do you estimate will be the library's total spending for salaries next year, in 2016? (in US $)
Table 6.2 What do you estimate will be the library's total spending for salaries next year, in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 6.3 What do you estimate will be the library's total spending for salaries next year, in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 6.4 What do you estimate will be the library's total spending for salaries next year, in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 7.1 Does your parent organization use any kind of outsourcing supplier for professional or technical labor for your library or information center? (Outsourced means that the employee is paid by an outsourcing supplier to which your parent organization would pay a fee. The worker may show up and work at your company premises but be paid by the outsourcing supplier and not directly by the company).
Table 7.2 Does your parent organization use any kind of outsourcing supplier for professional or technical labor for your library or information center? (Outsourced means that the employee is paid by an outsourcing supplier to which your parent organization would pay a fee. The worker may show up and work at your company premises but be paid by the outsourcing supplier and not directly by the company). Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 7.3 Does your parent organization use any kind of outsourcing supplier for professional or technical labor for your library or information center? (Outsourced means that the employee is paid by an outsourcing supplier to which your parent organization would pay a fee. The worker may show up and work at your company premises but be paid by the outsourcing supplier and not directly by the company). Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 7.4 Does your parent organization use any kind of outsourcing supplier for professional or technical labor for your library or information center? (Outsourced means that the employee is paid by an outsourcing supplier to which your parent organization would pay a fee. The worker may show up and work at your company premises but be paid by the outsourcing supplier and not directly by the company). Broken out by type of business library
Table 8.1 If so approximately how much does your parent organization or your library pay for this outsourced labor annually? (in US $)
Table 8.2 If so approximately how much does your parent organization or your library pay for this outsourced labor annually? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 8.3 If so approximately how much does your parent organization or your library pay for this outsourced labor annually? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 8.4 If so approximately how much does your parent organization or your library pay for this outsourced labor annually? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
If your organization has used outsourcing for information retrieval, cataloging, information literacy training or other library oriented tasks, describe your outsourcing effort and its results.
Table 9 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs? (in US $)
Table 9.1.1 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2015? (in US $)
Table 9.1.2 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 9.1.3 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 9.1.4 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 9.2.1 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $)
Table 9.2.2 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 9.2.3 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 9.2.4 What is the overall annual budget for the library, including spending for salaries, materials, overhead, maintenance and other costs in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 10.1 Does the figure you have given above also include the costs of benefits and the attributed cost of office space for the library?
Table 10.2 Does the figure you have given above also include the costs of benefits and the attributed cost of office space for the library? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 10.3 Does the figure you have given above also include the costs of benefits and the attributed cost of office space for the library? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 10.4 Does the figure you have given above also include the costs of benefits and the attributed cost of office space for the library? Broken out by type of business library
Discuss expected budget developments in 2016? Where do you expect to increase spending? Or to decrease spending? Do you expect any major shifts towards or away from particular info resources, toward or away from outsourcing? Have you been asked to make significant cost reductions? If so, how have you achieved this?
Table 11.1 Which phrase best describes your library's relationship with the corporate or other institutional archive that stores documents and artifacts of historic and current importance to your organization.
Table 11.2 Which phrase best describes your library's relationship with the corporate or other institutional archive that stores documents and artifacts of historic and current importance to your organization. Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 11.3 Which phrase best describes your library's relationship with the corporate or other institutional archive that stores documents and artifacts of historic and current importance to your organization. Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 11.4 Which phrase best describes your library's relationship with the corporate or other institutional archive that stores documents and artifacts of historic and current importance to your organization. Broken out by type of business library
Table 12 How would you rate the database search skills and other information literacy skills of the corporate or other end users of your organization's information resources?
Table 12.1.1 How would you rate the skill in searching business databases and other information literacy skills of the corporate or other end users of your organization's information resources?
Table 12.1.2 How would you rate the skill in searching business databases and other information literacy skills of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 12.1.3 How would you rate the skill in searching business databases and other information literacy skills of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 12.1.4 How would you rate the skill in searching business databases of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by type of business library
Table 12.2.1 How would you rate the skill in searching government databases of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources?
Table 12.2.2 How would you rate the skill in searching government databases and websites of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 12.2.3 How would you rate the skill in searching government databases and websites of the corporate or other end users of your organization's information resources? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 12.2.4 How would you rate the skill in searching government databases and websites of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by type of business library
Table 12.3.1 How would you rate the skill in use of eBook collections of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources?
Table 12.3.2 How would you rate the skill in use of eBook collections of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 12.3.3 How would you rate the skill in use of eBook collections of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 12.3.4 How would you rate the skill in use of eBook collections of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by type of business library
Table 12.4.1 How would you rate the awareness of the range of services offered by your library of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources?
Table 12.4.2 How would you rate the awareness of the range of services offered by your library of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 12.4.3 How would you rate the awareness of the range of services offered by your library of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 12.4.4 How would you rate the awareness of the range of services offered by your library of the corporate or other end users of the your organization's information resources? Broken out by type of business library
Table 13.1 How successful are you in lowering costs and improving quality of information services by teaching search and other information literacy skills to employees most in need of such skills?
Table 13.2 How successful are you in lowering costs and improving quality of information services by teaching search and other information literacy skills to employees most in need of such skills? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 13.3 How successful are you in lowering costs and improving quality of information services by teaching search and other information literacy skills to employees most in need of such skills? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 13.4 How successful are you in lowering costs and improving quality of information services by teaching search and other information literacy skills to employees most in need of such skills? Broken out by type of business library
How would you advise your peers to get good cooperation from library end users in improving their information literacy skills? What has worked for you?
Table 14 What was (will be) the library's total expenditures for content/materials in each of the following years: 2015, 2016? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles)
Table 14.1.1 What was the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2015? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles)
Table 14.1.2 What was the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2015? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 14.1.3 What was the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2015? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 14.1.4 What was the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2015? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles) Broken out by type of business library
Table 14.2.1 What will be the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles)
Table 14.2.2 What will be the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 14.2.3 What will be the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 14.2.4 What will be the library's total expenditures for content/materials in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles) Broken out by type of business library
Table 15 How much did (will) the library spend for online databases in the following years: (in US $)
Table 15.1.1 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2015? (in US $)
Table 15.1.2 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 15.1.3 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 15.1.4 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 15.2.1 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2016? (in US $)
Table 15.2.2 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 15.2.3 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 15.2.4 How much did the library spend for online databases in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 16 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in each of the following years?
Table 16.1.1 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2015? (in US $)
Table 16.1.2 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 16.1.3 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 16.1.4 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 16.2.1 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $)
Table 16.2.2 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 16.2.3 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 16.2.4 How much did the library spend for print and/or electronic versions of business, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2016 (anticipated)? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 17 How much did the library spend on books in the following formats in 2015? (in US $)
Table 17.1.1 How much did the library spend on books in the traditional print format in 2015? (in US $)
Table 17.1.2 How much did the library spend on books in the traditional print format in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 17.1.3 How much did the library spend on books in the traditional print format in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 17.1.4 How much did the library spend on books in the traditional print format in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 17.2.1 How much did the library spend on e-books in 2015? (in US $)
Table 17.2.2 How much did the library spend on e-books in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 17.2.3 How much did the library spend on e-books in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 17.2.4 How much did the library spend on e-books in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 17.3.1 How much did the library spend on audiobooks in 2015? (in US $)
Table 17.3.2 How much did the library spend on audiobooks in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 17.3.3 How much did the library spend on audiobooks in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 17.3.4 How much did the library spend on audiobooks in 2015? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
If your library subscribes to one or more eBook collections, discuss your favorite collections, why you like them, and what you may purchase in the near future.
Table 18 How much will the library spend on the following versions of directories in 2016? (in US $)
Table 18.1.1 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive print format in 2016? (in US $)
Table 18.1.2 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive print format in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 18.1.3 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive print format in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 18.1.4 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive print format in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 18.2.1 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive electronic access format or electronic access combined with print copies in 2016? (in US $)
Table 18.2.2 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive electronic access format or electronic access combined with print copies in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 18.2.3 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive electronic access format or electronic access combined with print copies in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 18.2.4 How much will the library spend on subscriptions or purchases of directories in an exclusive electronic access format or electronic access combined with print copies in 2016? (in US $) Broken out by type of business library
Table 19 Has the library made any of the following efforts:
Table 19.1.1 Has the library made efforts to compile and/or index videos from YouTube and/or other sources on topics of interest to your organization?
Table 19.1.2 Has the library made efforts to compile and/or index videos from YouTube and/or other sources on topics of interest to your organization? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 19.1.3 Has the library made efforts to compile and/or index videos from YouTube and/or other sources on topics of interest to your organization? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 19.1.4 Has the library made efforts to compile and/or index videos from YouTube and/or other sources on topics of interest to your organization? Broken out by type of business library
Table 19.2.1 Has the library made efforts to establish, set up or manage a system to stream video to library patrons?
Table 19.2.2 Has the library made efforts to establish, set up or manage a system to stream video to library patrons? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 19.2.3 Has the library made efforts to establish, set up or manage a system to stream video to library patrons? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 19.2.4 Has the library made efforts to establish, set up or manage a system to stream video to library patrons? Broken out by type of business library
How has the growing use of video affected your library, if at all? Have you received many requests for video in research assignments?
Table 20.1 How many newsletter and magazine subscriptions in paper formats (exclude scholarly journals if possible) does the library subscribe to?
Table 20.2 How many newsletter and magazine subscriptions in paper formats (exclude scholarly journals if possible) does the library subscribe to? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 20.3 How many newsletter and magazine subscriptions in paper formats (exclude scholarly journals if possible) does the library subscribe to? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 20.4 How many newsletter and magazine subscriptions in paper formats (exclude scholarly journals if possible) does the library subscribe to? Broken out by type of business library
Describe your library's periodical development policies over the recent past? Restricted or developed a table of contents service? Encouraged greater use of web-only periodicals? What has been your philosophy? What has worked for you in terms of providing alert services or routing print or electronic publications?
Table 21 Rank the following for how useful they are to you in your work
Table 21.1.1 Rank LinkedIn for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.1.2 Rank LinkedIn for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.1.3 Rank LinkedIn for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.1.4 Rank LinkedIn for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.2.1 Rank Facebook for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.2.2 Rank Facebook for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.2.3 Rank Facebook for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.2.4 Rank Facebook for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.3.1 Rank Google Plus for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.3.2 Rank Google Plus for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.3.3 Rank Google Plus for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.3.4 Rank Google Plus for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.4.1 Rank Pinterest for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.4.2 Rank Pinterest for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.4.3 Rank Pinterest for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.4.4 Rank Pinterest for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.5.1 Rank Instagram for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.5.2 Rank Instagram for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.5.3 Rank Instagram for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.5.4 Rank Instagram for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.6.1 Rank Vimeo for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.6.2 Rank Vimeo for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.6.3 Rank Vimeo for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.6.4 Rank Vimeo for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.7.1 Rank Twitter for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.7.2 Rank Twitter for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.7.3 Rank Twitter for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.7.4 Rank Twitter for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.8.1 Rank Flickr for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.8.2 Rank Flickr for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.8.3 Rank Flickr for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.8.4 Rank Flickr for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
Table 21.9.1 Rank YouTube for how useful it is to you in your work?
Table 21.9.2 Rank YouTube for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 21.9.3 Rank YouTube for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 21.9.4 Rank YouTube for how useful it is to you in your work? Broken out by type of business library
How do you market the library to patrons?
Which departments of divisions of your organization are the most avid users of the library and its resources?
Table 22 What percentage of your work time is devoted to each of the following?
Table 22.1.1 What percentage of your work time is devoted to evaluating and choosing information resources?
Table 22.1.2 What percentage of your work time is devoted to evaluating and choosing information resources? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 22.1.3 What percentage of your work time is devoted to evaluating and choosing information resources? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 22.1.4 What percentage of your work time is devoted to evaluating and choosing information resources? Broken out by type of business library
Table 22.2.1 What percentage of your work time is devoted to teaching search techniques and other information literacy tasks?
Table 22.2.2 What percentage of your work time is devoted to teaching search techniques and other information literacy tasks? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 22.2.3 What percentage of your work time is devoted to teaching search techniques and other information literacy tasks? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 22.2.4 What percentage of your work time is devoted to teaching search techniques and other information literacy tasks? Broken out by type of business library
Table 22.3.1 What percentage of your work time is devoted to performing searches or conducting market and other business research?
Table 22.3.2 What percentage of your work time is devoted to performing searches or conducting market and other business research? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 22.3.3 What percentage of your work time is devoted to performing searches or conducting market and other business research? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 22.3.4 What percentage of your work time is devoted to performing searches or conducting market and other business research? Broken out by type of business library
Table 22.4.1 What percentage of your work time is devoted to cataloging, metadata and discovery tool development?
Table 22.4.2 What percentage of your work time is devoted to cataloging, metadata and discovery tool development? Broken out by USA or non-USA
Table 22.4.3 What percentage of your work time is devoted to cataloging, metadata and discovery tool development? Broken out by annual revenue range
Table 22.4.4 What percentage of your work time is devoted to cataloging, metadata and discovery tool development? Broken out by type of business library
Which corporate or business libraries do you particularly admire and why?

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