Angelo & Jennette Volpe Library
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|Library general online instruction views
|Library general instruction quiz completions*||4,099||2,983||3,566||1,432|
|Archives library instruction views||112|
*students may take the quiz repeatedly to improve their score
|Number of Traditional Instruction Sessions|
|Number of Users Receiving Traditional Instruction|
2022-2023: Traditional library instruction decreased again as almost all general instruction is done via online tutorials and a corresponding quiz. Online instruction decreased as well because the university no longer requires all students to take a general university orientation class.
2021-2022: Traditional library instruction continues to be minimal now that the bulk of instruction is online. Archives instruction has increased.
2020-2021: Traditional instruction continued to decline as faculty use the online instruction videos. The instruction research activity is also now available on our website.
2019-2020: The bulk of instruction has moved online with fewer librarians available to do in-person instruction. An online instruction quiz was created in August 2019. The most popular traditional instruction activity was doing a research activity with a class, which was classified as Other in the covered topics.
2018-2019: The departments were more spread out and there were more library workshops, which resulted in more "other" departmental stats. FLS is no longer a part of our campus as of this year. Archives instruction increased this year despite an overall reduction in sessions and number of users receiving instruction.
2017-2018: Instruction increased in both sessions and users. The English, nursing, and orientation classes increased this year.
2016-2017: Instruction statistics decreased this year because the library is no longer offering financial literacy instruction in-person for all first year orientation classes. That instruction is now done online, and financial literacy instruction is done in-person only for athletes, special programs, and upper-division classes.