Brian Kelly (Cetis, University of Bolton) and I are carrying out a survey to support a contribution for the LILAC 2014 information literacy conference.
The aim of the survey is to identify institutional policies and practices to support use of Cloud services by staff and researchers as well as current institutional policies and practices for staff and researchers before they leave their host institution (e.g. due to redundancy, retirement or to take up a new post) who wish to continue to make use of IT services and digital resources.
The findings will be published in a poster on “Preparing our Users for Digital Life Beyond the Institution” to presented at the LILAC 2014 conference.
The survey can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/lilac14-cloud-literacy – we would really appreciate it if you could take the time to fill it in.
For further information see Brian’s blog post: Preparing our Users for Digital Life Beyond the Institution: http://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/preparing-our-users-for-digital-life-beyond-the-institution/
Jenny Evans – Maths and Physics Librarian – Central Library | South Kensington Campus | Imperial College London
Note: Cloud services can be defined as ‘web-based software’ hosted in ‘the cloud’ (on web servers outside your institution).