Measuring Student Information Use: A Guide for School Library Media Specialists
Describes how to measure student's use of materials and libraries in order to design school library services based on usage patterns
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CHAPTER TWOSTUDENT USE OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES
CHAPTER THREEMATERIALS STUDENTS USE
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actually age of materials analysis answer articles referenced assignments assistance bibliometric book report Bradford's Law chapter coding sheet College or university column Community college library Cumulative References Drexel University Drott encyclopedias example facilities fact find information high school students home collections identified important indexes indicate instruction investigator librarian library media center library media specialists LU LU magazine articles magazine references magazine titles Mancall materials referenced materials students methodology Neighborhood public library newspapers Newsweek nonprint number of articles number of books number of libraries number of references number of students patterns percentage of students practitioners pre-coding prepared questions referenced by students school district school library media school media Science search for information select magazine selection Step student papers student questionnaire students referenced tally marks tally sheet thru titles referenced topics total number type of material types of libraries U.S.O.E. study users