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Clark, Joe C.; Sauceda, Jonathan; Stormes, Sheridan – College & Research Libraries, 2019
Resources for teaching in higher education have undergone a tremendous evolution during the past several decades. The Internet and commercial services, such as YouTube and Google, have revolutionized the manner by which students and faculty access information to both conduct research and meet course requirements. This mixed methods study…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, College Faculty, Library Materials, Library Services
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Robinson, Shannon Marie – College & Research Libraries, 2016
The research behaviors and library use of dance scholars are widely unknown, particularly in regard to issues of access to historical materials and new technology preferences. In the past thirty years, college and university dance departments in the United States have developed into independent, research-based programs. Despite the lack of current…
Descriptors: Dance, College Faculty, Academic Libraries, Artists
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Revelle, Andy; Messner, Kevin; Shrimplin, Aaron; Hurst, Susan – College & Research Libraries, 2012
Q-methodology was used to identify clusters of opinions about e-books at Miami University. The research identified four distinct opinion types among those investigated: Book Lovers, Technophiles, Pragmatists, and Printers. The initial Q-methodology study results were then used as a basis for a large-n survey of undergraduates, graduate students,…
Descriptors: Books, Electronic Publishing, Users (Information), Attitudes
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Shrimplin, Aaron K.; Revelle, Andy; Hurst, Susan; Messner, Kevin – College & Research Libraries, 2011
Q methodology was used to determine attitudes and opinions about e-books among a group of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates at Miami University of Ohio. Oral interviews formed the basis for a collection of opinion statements concerning e-books versus print. These statements were then ranked by a second group of research participants.…
Descriptors: Q Methodology, College Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students