Survey of American College Students 2022: Use of Information Literacy Tutorials
Students who grew up in US West were slightly harsher judges than others; close to 29% were only somewhat satisfied or were to some degree dissatisfied. For whatever reasons, students in their junior year of college were much less satisfied than students in other years of class standing or certificate programs; about 35% of juniors were only somewhat satisfied or to some degree dissatisfied. Students at the lowest end of the income scale were also less satisfied than others and close to 31% were only somewhat satisfied or to some degree dissatisfied with the information literacy tutorials they used.This study presents data from a representative survey of 1,765 full time American college students from 4year colleges in the United States about their use of information literacy tutorials, and other means of learning to use the academic library. The report gives detailed data on who uses information literacy tutorials provided by the academic library or those from other sources, and how many they use. Also, the study presents student library patron satisfaction data with libraryfurnished tutorials, as well as open ended information on which tutorials students appreciate the most and what they feel they need but cannot find.
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