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Saturday, November 7 • 9:45am - 10:30am
How Do We Study Satisfaction with Academic eBook Collections?

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Much of the existing literature on patron satisfaction with eBooks in academic settings does not differentiate between platforms, formats, and other conditions that drastically change the user’s ability to read, annotate, and use eBook content. The Charlotte Initiative is a project funded by the Mellon Foundation to convene a working group that investigates principles for permanent acquisition of eBooks for academic libraries. As part of this project, a user experience research team has been created to review the existing literature on patron satisfaction with multiple aspects of eBooks. During summer 2015, this research team began a meta-study to determine areas of the user experience with eBooks in academic libraries that have been studied comprehensively and to identify areas that have not received formal evaluation.

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Alison Bradley

Collection Development Librarian and Liaison Coordinator, Davidson College
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Beth Caruso

Library Research Assistant & Writing Program Lecturer, UNC Charlotte
Beth Caruso is from New Orleans, but currently lives in Charlotte, NC. Since graduating with an English MA in 2010, she has been teaching First-Year Writing at UNC Charlotte. She has recently given up her administrative position as Associate Director of the UNC Charlotte Writing Resources Center in order to concentrate on library studies. | | She is in her third year of the MLIS program at the University of South Carolina, Columbia... Read More →




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