Project Information Literacy is a national study housed out of The University of Washington’s iSchool on today’s young adults research habits. According to this short video, they are information scientists who believe information literacy is essential to critical thinking, lifelong learning, succeeding in the workplace, and contributing to community.
They will be releasing a report of their findings since 2008 in the fall of 2015. This information could be valuable to libraries and librarians of all backgrounds. I look forward to seeing what they have found!