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Library Technical Services Face New Changes of Technology: A Student Survey of Electronic Course Reserve

Library Technical Services Face New Changes of Technology: A Student Survey of Electronic Course... The digitization of library materials has had a tremendous impact on libraries. By using the Internet, readers can access digital library materials from any place in the world. The BMCC Library started several programs to provide more digital materials to its patrons in the forms of electronic books, periodicals, full-text materials, and webpage links to other databases. A test program began in spring 2002 for course reserves, and electronic archiving was about to start in fall 2001. This paper describes a survey conducted to measure the response to the implementation of ERes for digitizing course reserves. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal Of Access Services Taylor & Francis

Library Technical Services Face New Changes of Technology: A Student Survey of Electronic Course Reserve

Journal Of Access Services , Volume 2 (1): 7 – Jun 21, 2004

Library Technical Services Face New Changes of Technology: A Student Survey of Electronic Course Reserve

Journal Of Access Services , Volume 2 (1): 7 – Jun 21, 2004

Abstract

The digitization of library materials has had a tremendous impact on libraries. By using the Internet, readers can access digital library materials from any place in the world. The BMCC Library started several programs to provide more digital materials to its patrons in the forms of electronic books, periodicals, full-text materials, and webpage links to other databases. A test program began in spring 2002 for course reserves, and electronic archiving was about to start in fall 2001. This paper describes a survey conducted to measure the response to the implementation of ERes for digitizing course reserves.

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1536-7975
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1536-7967
DOI
10.1300/J204v02n01_05
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Abstract

The digitization of library materials has had a tremendous impact on libraries. By using the Internet, readers can access digital library materials from any place in the world. The BMCC Library started several programs to provide more digital materials to its patrons in the forms of electronic books, periodicals, full-text materials, and webpage links to other databases. A test program began in spring 2002 for course reserves, and electronic archiving was about to start in fall 2001. This paper describes a survey conducted to measure the response to the implementation of ERes for digitizing course reserves.

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Journal Of Access ServicesTaylor & Francis

Published: Jun 21, 2004

Keywords: Technical services; satisfaction surveys; electronic course reserve; ERes; digitization; Internet

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