This article reviews the responses from the second e-brary informal survey of students concerning their experiences with information resources, which was conducted in September and early October of 2011. Results show that in 2008, slightly under half of the participants were from the U.S. or Canada and in 2011 nearly two thirds were. The student level from freshman to doctoral was nearly identical with approximately two thirds undergraduate nearly evenly split among 1st through the 4th years. Self‐reporting on awareness of electronic resources was also about the same with a bit of an increase in the percentage reporting an excellent awareness of library resources.
McKiel, A. (2011). Global student e-book survey. Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference, 143-154. http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284314890