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Where Faculty and Students Really Go for Information: Results of the Digital Library Federation Study of the Academic Information Environment

Tuesday, January 1, 2002


This presentation will highlight a landmark DLF/Outsell study of information content preferences and behaviors of 3,200 students and faculty in higher education. The research provides insight into how student and faculty behaviors and preferences are affecting library use and the demand for information resources, and implications for libraries and information technologists.

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