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The email discussion lists that were selected for respondent recruitment included state and national health association lists as well as a national community college email discussion list (CJCLS-L). Health sciences libraries email discussion lists included the MLA Nursing and Allied Health Resources and Services (NAHRS-L) Caucus list, all regional MLA chapter lists [12], and state library health sciences association lists. The survey was also posted to select American Library Association (ALA) community discussion boards via ALA Connect and to the Tribal College Librarians Institute list (TCLI-L). This wide distribution was needed given the dispersed nature of community college librarians in large and small institutions across the United States. During the three-week survey period, two reminders were sent to the same email discussion lists and community discussion boards.

Analysis of the seventy-five viable surveys responses was carried out using Excel's Data Analysis tool.

Nineteen survey respondents agreed to participate in a follow-up interview, and seven accepted the subsequent interview invitation. The interview included eleven questions (supplemental Appendix B) and lasted thirty to forty-five minutes. Most interviews were held virtually with GoToMeeting software between February 18–25, 2020, although one interviewee answered the questions via email.

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