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AbstractIn small branch libraries, patrons seeking assistance from library staff outside of the dedicated single-service desk often results in large staffing inefficiencies. This paper presents a case study in which the authors applied behavioral psychology models to a branch library’s space...
AbstractThe Bern Dibner Library of Science and Technology at NYU-Tandon School of Engineering adopted an assessment methodology that was central to the librarians’ understanding of current environmental issues and their attempts to craft a better user experience. This method of gauging and...
AbstractThis study examined undergraduate students’ satisfaction with the access to the University Library Websites. Through a survey research approach, the study distributed questionnaire to a sample of 54 final-year Library and Information Science undergraduate students selected from two...
AbstractDuring the spring 2017 semester, the staff at the Boston University School of Theology Library launched a space assessment project aimed at identifying underutilized and inefficiently used sections of the library to better meet the needs of users. Unsatisfied with patron count metrics...
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