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Next we asked the survey participants if their libraries had their own unique IT staffs for purposes of overseeing library technologies, and about 62% of libraries do in fact 35 Academic Library Computer Technology Benchmarks maintain such staffs. However, of these libraries with their own IT personnel, about 30% also report that the college IT department maintains staff in the library as well. These figures remain mostly constant when broken down into public and private colleges, yet the most drastic difference is with that of the junior or community colleges, whose libraries house its own unique IT staff only 35% of the time.
However, for libraries with more than 200 computers, the library is solely responsible for making such decisions nearly 70% of the time. The numbers are similar for laptop purchasing, although the IT department sees its overall influence decline a bit here. 74% of the time does the IT department hold that power. Again, the larger the library’s computer bank, the more influence the library has in purchasing: libraries with less than 200 computers have sole laptop-purchasing power only 27-37% of the time, yet over 75% of those libraries with 200+ computers reported to possess that decision-making power.
5% for private colleges. Chapter Two: Information Technology Staffing We asked the survey participants to rate their library’s level of influence on purchasing decision-making—relative to the college IT department—for the following technologies: computer workstations, laptops, and tablet computers. When it comes to computer workstation-purchasing, the decision-making powers are evenly split. 88% claimed the decisions rested with the IT department. The remaining 36%, then, said a decision is reached as a mutual give-andtake between the library and IT department.
Academic Library Computer Technology Benchmarks by Primary Research Group Staff