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2006-2007 VRA PROFESSIONAL STATUS SURVEY Preliminary Results Delivered at 2007 VRA Conference, Kansas City

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2006-2007 VRA PROFESSIONAL STATUS SURVEY

Preliminary Results Delivered at 2007 VRA Conference, Kansas City

The PowerPoint slides included here were presented at the VRA Conference at Kansas City in March 2007. They reflect the raw data gathered by the 2006-2007 VRA Professional Status Survey and are subject to change with future analysis. Comparative data from previous surveys relevant to the visual resources profession has been included for comparison whenever possible throughout this presentation.

After a post-conference, post-spring semester hiatus the Professional Status Survey committee has resumed its work on the analysis and is currently in the process of making contact with a statistics professional. We will keep you informed of our activity as work progresses on this project. If you have questions regarding this data please feel free to contact either committee co-chair, Christine Hilker (chilker @ uark.edu) or Margaret Webster (mnw3@cornell.edu).

A big thank you to all of the members of the task force for their sustained and invaluable service in developing the survey.

Co-Chairs:

Christine Hilker, University of Arkansas (chilker @ uark.edu)

Margaret Webster, Cornell University (mnw3@Cornell.edu)

Current (2007) Task Force Members:

Margo Ballantyne, Lewis and Clark College (margo@LCLARK.EDU)

Jeanne Keefe, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (keefej@RPI.EDU)

Hildegard Lindschinger, Wilfrid Laurier University (hlindschinger@wlu.ca)

Lynda White, University of Virginia [Advisor]

2006 Task Force Members:

Margo Ballantyne, Lewis and Clark College

Jeanne Keefe, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Hildegard Lindschinger, Wilfrid Laurier University

Susan Jane Williams, Independent Consultant

Andrew Gessner, Metropolitan Museum of Art

2006 2007 visual resources professional status survey preliminary report

2006-2007 Visual Resources Professional Status SurveyPreliminary Report

Christine Hilker, University of Arkansas

&

Margaret N. Webster, Cornell University

Kansas City, 03/27/2007

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Has your position changed in the last 5 years without a change in rank, grade, pay scale, etc?

2007

2000

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Slide Acquisitions Stopped – When?

Not applicable

2007

2004

2002

2000

1998

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Size of Digital Collection- 2007

Developed locally within your institution, not online subscriptions.

(Count “master” images only, not derivatives.):

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Average Digital Collection Size

(VRA Survey of 2000)

2,004

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Unit’s Responsibility for Acquiring Licensed or Subscription Digital Images

– VRA 2007

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Other Unit(s) That Acquire Licensed Digital Images and/or Subscribe to Digital Image Collections.

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Has the Presence of Licensed or Subscription Digital Collections Had an Impact on Your Job?

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Access to Digital Collections

Open public website

Open public website (image size restricted)

Student access to course support by course enrollment only

Full use for staff/ limited use for students (restrictions on image usage or size)

Remote use by means of a password/login for entire institutional community

On-campus/site use by means of a password/login for entire institutional community

Public walk-in access to library/public use computer terminals