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Netflix Generation? How Today's Undergraduates Watch Videos

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Title: Netflix Generation? How Today's Undergraduates Watch Videos
Authors: Shirts, Peter
Keywords: undergraduates
video resources
library
video content
Issue Date: 12 Nov 2016
Abstract: While it is widely guessed that the video watching behavior of undergraduates is changing, there have been very few, if any, recent studies that attempt to document how current undergraduates consume video content. This presentation details the results of a survey of Mānoa undergraduates in Spring 2016, and attempts to answer questions such as: How much do they watch video and in what formats? What percentage have access to various commercial video streaming services? How much do they use the library’s video resources? The answers to these questions could have a great effect on library collection development and future planning.
Pages/Duration: 28 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/42759
Appears in Collections:2016 HLA Conference



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