DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3326b1/the_survey_of_medi) has announced the addition of the "The Survey of Medical School Faculty: Level of Satisfaction with the Medical Library" report to their offering.
“The Survey of Medical School Faculty: Level of Satisfaction with the Medical Library”
This report looks closely at satisfaction with the medical library by scholars from medical faculties in more than 50 institutions worldwide, but particularly from the United States. A sample of 141 medical scholars rate their libraries for ease of use, accessibility, comfort, collection breadth, quality of interlibrary loan services, subject specialists, and technology. Also we asked the sample how they would spend their medical library's budget and whether they would spend more on eBooks, Print books, journals, librarians and library technology. Data is broken out by medical specialty, academic rank, gender, income level, type of medical school and other criteria.
This report explores the levels of satisfaction of medical faculties with their medical libraries on topics ranging from comfort and hours of access to interlibrary loan services and the quality of the collections for their scholarly pursuits, among others. 141 universities are represented, from both the United States and abroad, covering a wide range of medical specialties. Extensive data is presented about faculty opinions on library spending as well as on library databases.
Just a few of the report's many findings are that:
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