Are Library Users Also Computer Users? A Survey of Faculty and Implications for Services.
Valey, Thomas Van
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Describes the results of a survey of faculty members at Western Michigan University which was conducted to explore the relationship between faculty use of university libraries and faculty use of computers. Implications for libraries are discussed, including computer databases, faculty assistance, collaboration with computing staff, and marketing of electronic services.
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