Library usage patterns in the electronic information environment (26 Jul 2004)
This study is a contribution to the analysis of how library usage is changing as a result of the advent of networked electronic services. It also suggests a methodology for collecting reliable information about the implications of networked electronic services usage patterns in the electronic information environment, which library directors and others can use for strategic planning and assessment purposes. The question this study examines is: 'What can we know about the usage and users of networked electronic resources in U.S. medical and academic libraries, especially those who do not come into the library?'
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