On October 19, 2006, LILi mounted an information literacy survey for all types of California libraries. The survey closed on December 15, 2006, with 300 responses. After analysis, including weeding of duplicates, there were 247 usable surveys.
See the attachments below for pdfs of the survey results, and a copy of the 2007 LOEX presentation regarding this survey, "Teaching in a Tea House."
Download a pdf copy of the paper for the 2007 LOEX Conference presentation regarding the LILi 2006 survey results, "Teaching in a Tea House"
IFLA Presentation, Limerick, Ireland, August 2014: Burgert, Lisa, and Angela Boyd. "California's Changing Information Literacy Landscape." Slideshare.net. LILi (Lifelong Information Literacy), 31 July 2014. Web. 12 Apr. 2015. <http://www.slideshare.net/LBurgert/californias-changing-information-literacy-landscape>.