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Meeting the Needs of Student Users in Academic Libraries: Reaching Across the Great Divide

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This text surveys and evaluates the current practice of common areas and research services within the academic library community in order to determine if these learning spaces are functioning as intended. To analyze their findings, the authors examine the measurement tools that libraries have used to evaluate usage and satisfaction, including contemporary anthropological ...more
222 pages
Published 2012
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Getting user feedback should be the norm, not the exception, and librarians need to listen to the data. Forcing users to fit into a specific research pattern isn't going to help anyone.
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