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What's the first thing you would do if you wanted to find an IT policy?

Responses

  • google search (site unspecified)  - Total = 3
    • X2 Google search
    • Google search 'UW-Madison IT Policy <keyword>'
  • UW System - Total = 1
    • Search UW System website
  • wisc.edu - Total = 4
    • X3 Search wisc.edu
    • Search wisc.edu for 'IT policy'
  • it.wisc.edu - Total = 14
    • X7 Search it.wisc.edu
    • X2 Google search it.wisc.edu
    • Search for 'policy' on it.wisc.edu
    • Check CIO policy site *
    • Google search cio.wisc.edu *
    • Search it.wisc.edu for 'policy'
    • Check it.wisc.edu
  • KB (unspecified, probably help desk KB) - Total = 4
    • X2 Check KB 
    • Search KB's
    • Search KB
  • Help Desk KB - Total = 1
    • Search help desk KB
  • IT Policy KB - Total = 2
    • Search IT Policy KB
    • Check IT Policy KB
  • email - Total = 2
    • Search** for Gary's email and follow the links
    • Send email to Gary
  • other - Total = 1
    • Look at (=check) other similar institutions, groups/audience (i.e research environments)
         
    Total responses = 32

* cio.wisc.edu no longer exists, but references will end up at it.wisc.edu
** not counted as a web search

Some subtotals

Type of search

  • 'Search' (any engine) = 25

    • Search engine unspecified (could be site search or google) = 19
    • Google search engine = 6 
  • 'Check' (could mean search with any engine, or browse) = 5

  • Other (involving email, not a website) = 2

    Total = 32

Target of search

  • Target site is a UW-Madison website (but not a KB) = 18

  • Target site is a UW-Madison KB = 7

  • Target site is unspecified (but will probably get some hits on UW-Madison websites or KB's) = 3
  • Target is not a website (i.e. email) = 2

    Total = 32

Response rate

  • 27 in attendance
  • 24 evaluations submitted.
  • 22 evaluations contained a response
  • 10 evaluations contained two responses (ithe first thing they would do was actually two things, for example, search X and Y)
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