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MISO Survey Results: 2014 Faculty Survey Findings

2014 Faculty Survey

2014 Faculty Survey

 Most important services

The survey asked faculty to rate the importance of various services to them.  The following were the 13 services rated either "Ïmportant" or "Very Important"by the highest percentage of faculty:

  • E-mail services
  • Access to online resources from off-campus
  • BadgerWeb Academics (e.g. grading, class lists)
  • Technology in meeting spaces/classrooms
  • The time it takes to resolve your classroom technology problems
  • Performance of wireless access on campus
  • Departmental printers
  • Overall computing service
  • Library databases (e.g. JSTOR, LexisNexis)
  • The wired network
  • BadgerWeb (SHC community portal)
  • Availability of wireless access on campus
  • The time it takes to resolve your desktop/laptop computing problems

Highest satisfaction

The survey also asked faculty to rate their satisfaction with various services.  The following 12 services received the highest number of "Satisfied" or "Somewhat Satisfied" ratings:

  • Public computers in the library
  • Physical comfort in the library (e.g. seating, lighting)
  • Library circulation services
  • Library reference services
  • Interlibrary loan
  • E-mail services
  • Library Web site (e.g. library hours, policies)
  • eCompanion/eCollege support
  • Library research instruction for academic courses
  • BadgerWeb Academics (e.g. grading, class lists)
  • Departmental library liaison
  • Web conferencing (e.g. Skype, Adobe Connect)

Most used services

The survey asked faculty to rate their use of services over the course of a semester. The following 13 services received the highest average usage:

  • E-mail services
  • BadgerWeb (SHC community portal)
  • BadgerWeb Academics (e.g. grading, class lists)
  • Access to online resources from off-campus
  • Departmental printers
  • The wired network
  • Technology in meeting spaces/classrooms
  • Wireless access to the Internet on campus
  • eCompanion/eCollege
  • Online audio/video for academic or work purposes
  • Online library catalog
  • Library Web site (e.g. library hours, policies)
  • Library databases (e.g. JSTOR, LexisNexis)

Most Important Services for Faculty, 2014

Services with Highest Faculty Satisfaction, 2014

Most Used Services for Faculty, 2014