2019 Academic Research: The Librarian’s Point of View On the Need for Varied Content Types

NEW! The academic collections survey gives the librarian’s perspective on the needs and challenges facing researchers as they discover and use the overwhelming variety of information available.




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These comprehensive and reliable reports use real data to help answer hard questions and aid decision making. Our in-house research experts conduct a variety of surveys each year focused on different aspects of public, academic, special and school libraries. Each report is made available as a downloadable pdf.

 

NEW! The academic collections survey gives the librarian’s perspective on the needs and challenges facing researchers as they discover and use the overwhelming variety of information available. The report identifies the fundamental issues facing researchers and solutions that make access to multiple formats and appropriate information easier for students.

Fill out the form below to download your copy of this 36-pge PDF, courtesy of ProQuest.

 

 

 

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