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Christine Wolff-Eisenberg

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Briefing paper

The disproportionate impact of the pandemic on women and caregivers in academia

The findings from this project not only reinforce many of the same trends that others are reporting—that women and caregivers are at a huge disadvantage as the pandemic persists—but also brings new data to the fore on the particular activities where these gaps exist.
Report

Academic library strategy and budgeting during the COVID-19 pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ithaka S+R surveyed library directors nationally to examine the strategic changes libraries have made to continue operating. The responses indicated that as traditional forms of instruction continue to be disrupted, and with their budgets facing ongoing headwinds, library leaders...
Report

Student experiences during the pandemic pivot

The COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges and universities across the United States—and the world—to quickly pivot in an emergency fashion to online teaching, learning and research, while grappling with a host of complex issues in serving students, supporting faculty and staff, and ensuring their financial viability...
Survey

Ithaka S+R US library survey 2019

The Ithaka S+R Library Survey 2019 examines strategy and leadership issues from the perspective of academic library deans and directors. This project aims to provide academic librarians and higher education leaders with information about chief librarians’ visions and the opportunities and challenges they face in...
Briefing paper

What do our users need? An evidence-based approach for designing new services

This paper serves as an introduction to Ithaka S+R's methodological approach, walks through the phases of work in the Community College Libraries & Academic Support for Student Success (CCLASSS) project to illustrate in practice the steps involved, and suggests how others can adapt this process...