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Public Libraries Vol. 39, No. 3 (2000) pp. 162–67
Plots trends in the growth of Internet use. Discusses pornography on the Web, using filters, and the ALA response. Reports results of a survey of Internet availability within Pennsylvania public libraries. Findings indicate more than 90% of...
Journal of Higher Education Vol. 69, No. 4 (1998) pp. 424–39
A study tested a model of intraorganizational power in the libraries of 256 liberal arts colleges, focusing on power variables, environmental variables, technology level, and bases of power variables. Results indicate that technology has a direct,...
Information as a Strategic Contingency: Applying the Strategic Contingencies Theory of Intraorganizational Power to Academic Libraries
College & Research Libraries Vol. 58, No. 2 (1997) pp. 145–55
This research examines the changes that electronic information technologies have caused on power within organizations, particularly related to library automation, academic libraries, and their positions on college campuses. Based on the strategic...
Journal of Research in Science Teaching Vol. 33, No. 7 (1996) pp. 693–707
Analyzes student discourse in 4 grade-12 lab groups working on microcomputer-based laboratories. Analysis reveals the role the computer plays in the group context and the ways that this context is shaped by the computer. Contains 22 references. ...
Users' Information-Seeking Behavior. What Are They Really Doing? A Bibliography. User Access to Services Committee, RUSA Machine-Assisted Reference Section (MARS)
Teresa Ashley; Nancy Wootton Colborn; Gregory Crawford; LeiLani S. Freund; Jennifer Heise; Susan E. Hocker; Danise Hoover; Sally J. Jacobs; Sigrid Kelsey; Bernice Lacks; Sally Lyon; Brenda McDonald; William McHugh; Mary Pagliero Popp; Signe Swanson; Arthuree R. M. Wright
Reference & User Services Quarterly Vol. 40, No. 3 (2001) pp. 240–50
This bibliography on users' machine-assisted information seeking behavior was compiled by the American Library Association's Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) Machine-Assisted Reference Section (MARS). Includes adoption of technology;...