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Webinar: May 23 | What key faculty findings reveal for libraries

A library lens on the Ithaka S+R US 2018 Faculty Survey results

With Christine Wolff-Eisenberg and Melissa Blankstein, Ithaka S+R | Apr 23, 2019


Would you like to explore opportunities to evolve or shape new library services based on quantitative data? Join us for a presentation of the Ithaka S+R Faculty Survey. The presenters will share insights into faculty research, teaching and publishing practices, and ideas for how librarians could incorporate this knowledge into the design of programs and services.


In the 2018 survey cycle, Ithaka S+R expanded coverage of new issues including learning analytics, open educational resources, and evolving scholarly communication models. The Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey has tracked the changing research, teaching and publishing practices of higher education faculty members and perception of the role of the library since 2000.


What key faculty findings reveal for libraries

Thursday, May 23, 2019
11:00 am to 12:00 pm EST; 8:00 - 9:00 am PST; 3:00 – 4:00 pm GMT






  • Faculty practices in the discovery of new and relevant literature
  • Support services for data management and preservation
  • Research publication and dissemination processes
  • Emerging practices with open educational resources and learning analytics
  • Perception of the library’s contribution to student success
  • Faculty ratings of various library functions






Christine Wolff-Eisenberg, Manager, Surveys and Research

Christine Wolff-Eisenberg is the manager of surveys and research at Ithaka S+R, where she leads the surveys team in providing research and advisory services on student and faculty needs, academic support services, and organizational leadership.




Melissa Blankstein, Surveys Analyst

Melissa Blankstein is a surveys analyst at Ithaka S+R, where she uses her mixed-methods research background to analyze and report on the attitudes and practices of important higher education communities.