UT System KMC Survey for the Texas Information Literacy Tutorial
The UT System Knowledge Management Center is requesting your participation in this survey. Please read the Project Summary of the Texas Information Literacy Tutorial before completing this form. If you have questions or your browser cannot display forms, feel free to email Elizabeth Dupuis at: beth@mail.utexas.edu or call her at: 512.475.9391. Your responses will be most beneficial to us in the design of this tutorial if we receive them by February 13, 1998.

    Your Name:

    Your Email:

    Your University:


  1. What level of students on your campus might find this type of tutorial useful? (Check all that apply)
    Freshmen
    Sophomores
    Juniors
    Seniors
    Graduate and Advanced Degree Students
    Other:


  2. To what classes or departments on your campus might you recommend this tutorial?


  3. Would the instructors at your campus want proof that students completed specific modules of the tutorial?
    Yes, most likely.
    No, it would be used more informally.


  4. Approximately how many students does your library teach in formal library instruction classes each year?


  5. What general topics do you cover in your library instruction classes?
    (Specific titles of classes also welcomed)


  6. What percentage of library instruction is spent covering electronic resources and related skills (rather than strictly print resources) at your library?


  7. On your campus, students have access to: (Check all that apply)

    Computers and Browsers In Library
    Labs
    In Other
    Campus Labs
    PC (Windows or DOS) workstations
    Macintosh workstations
    Internet Access
    Netscape Navigator 2.0 or lower
    Netscape Navigator 3.0, 3.1, or Gold
    Netscape Communicator 4.0 or higher
    Internet Explorer 2.0 or lower
    Internet Explorer 3.0 or higher

  8. Does your library have pages related to information literacy skills or other library instruction issues?
    Yes. (Please list related URLs in Question 9.)
    No.


  9. Related information or URLs: