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Name
Information Technology and Libraries
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Journal
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330 Publications
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  • Technology Skills in the Workplace: Information Professionals’ Current Use and Future Aspirations

    Maceli, Monica; Burke, John J (2016)
    Information technology serves as an essential tool for today's information professional, with a need for ongoing research attention to assess the technological directions of the field over time. This paper presents the results of a survey of the technologies used by library and information science (LIS) practitioners, with attention to the combinations of technologies employed and the technology skills that practitioners wish to learn.  The most common technologies employed were: email, offic...

    Gender, Technology, and Libraries

    Lamont, Melissa (2009)
    Information technology (IT) is vitally important to many organizations, including libraries. Yet a review of employment statistics and a citation analysis show that men make up the majority of the IT workforce, in libraries and in the broader workforce. Research from sociology, psychology, and women’s studies highlights the organizational and social issues that inhibit women. Understanding why women are less evident in library IT positions will help inform measures to remedy the gender dispar...

    Measuring Journal Linking Success from a Discovery Service

    Stuart, Kenyon; Varnum, Ken; Ahronheim, Judith (2015)
    Online linking to full text via third-party link-resolution services, such as Serials Solutions 360 Link or Ex Libris’ SFX, has become a popular method of access to users in academic libraries. This article describes several attempts made over the course of the past three years at the University of Michigan to gather data on linkage failure: the method used, the limiting factors, the changes made in methods, an analysis of the data collected, and a report of steps taken locally because of the...

    Japanese Character Input: Its State and Problems

    Morita, Ichiko (1981)
    Computer processing of information is highly advanced in japan, and it continues to be researched and improved by the cooperative efforts of the government, private corporations, and individual scientists, who are among the best in the world. This paper introduces various approaches to the computer input of information currently developed in japan, and discusses the possibility of their applications to the processing of East Asian-vernacular language materials in large research libraries in t...

    OPAC Design Enhancements and Their Effects on Circulation and Resource Sharing within the Library Consortium Environment

    Bennett, Michael J. (2007)
    A longitudinal study of three discrete online public access catalog (OPAC) design enhancements examined the possible effects such changes may have on circulation and resource sharing within the automated library consortium environment. Statistical comparisons were made of both circulation and interlibrary loan (ILL) figures from the year before enhancement to the year after implementation. Data from sixteen libraries covering a seven-year period were studied in order to determine the degree t...
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