ERIC Number: EJ718549
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2005-Sep
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The Evolution of Technostress
Ennis, Lisa A.
Computers in Libraries, v25 n8 p10-12 Sep 2005
This article describes one librarian's exploration of technostress through research. It focuses on the similarities between librarians and technostress ten years ago and today. The article is divided into the following sections: Technostress Background; The Thesis and Survey; Technostress Today; and Recommendations for Relief. The article concludes that technostress is a permanent, everyday part of modern librarianship. It is not something be feared or reviled, but rather a way for librarians to stretch their minds every day.
Descriptors: Research Libraries, Librarians, Library Services, Anxiety, Computer Attitudes, Surveys, Coping
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