2.2  |  A content inventory of the library's website is performed at least annually.

A content inventory is a catalog of an entire website, including webpages, documents, images, and other files stored on the site's servers and accessible through the website. The inventory also contains metadata that describes the library website, its content, creators, last update, and file types. Typically the inventory is recorded in a spreadsheet, though a website crawler can often be used to populate the spreadsheet by finding all the relevant elements and information about the website. A content inventory is an important tool for managing a library's website, keeping track of informational resources, and planning updates to its website. Annual content inventories are important for keeping content current and avoiding unneccessary warehousing of old, irrelevant, or unused webpages and content. Libraries do not need to maintain their own websites in order to do content inventories.

Answer Yes if you perform a content inventory of the library's website at least annually.
Answer No, but plan to in the next year if you do not currently perform content inventories, or do so less than once per year, but plan to begin conducting content inventories annually in the next year.
Answer No, would like to but cannot at this time if you would like perform annual content inventories, but cannot do so at this time perhaps due to lack of support for the library's website or other reasons.
Answer No, we have no plans to do so at this time if your library's website content is inventoried less frequently than annually and you do not intend to increase frequency, or if you do not inventory the library's website at all and do not intend to do so in the next year.