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ERIC Number: ED019936
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 10
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Reference Count: 0
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USE OF THE FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE LIBRARY BY GENERAL COLLEGE STUDENTS.
LONG, DEWAIN O.
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, THE GENERAL COLLEGE OFFERS A 2-YEAR PROGRAM OF GENERAL EDUCATION TO ANY GRADUATE OF AN ACCREDITED MINNESOTA HIGH SCHOOL. GENERAL COLLEGE STUDENTS, LIKE OTHER LOWER DIVISION STUDENTS, HAVE ACCESS TO THE UNIVERSITY'S FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE LIBRARY, CONSIDERED TO BE SUPERIOR TO THE TYPICAL JUNIOR COLLEGE LIBRARY. A STUDY OF CIRCULATION RECORDS IN 1964-65 LED TO THESE CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THE GENERAL COLLEGE STUDENTS--(1) A STUDENT'S REGISTRATION IN ONE QUARTER IN A COURSE WITH SUBSTANTIAL LIBRARY REFERRAL HAD NO EFFECT ON HIS LIBRARY USE OR COURSE GRADE IN THE FOLLOWING QUARTER, (2) STUDENTS WHO MADE USE OF THE LIBRARY FOR A PARTICULAR COURSE EARNED SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER GRADES THAN THOSE WHO DID NOT USE THE LIBRARY, AND (3) THE SEX OF THE STUDENTS HAD LITTLE EFFECT ON EITHER COURSE GRADE OR LIBRARY USE. THIS DOCUMENT IS VOLUME 3, NUMBER 4 OF "THE GENERAL COLLEGE STUDIES," 1966-1967. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. General Coll.
Identifiers: MINNESOTA; Minnesota (Minneapolis)