Perceptions of libraries and information resources: a report to the OCLC membership, Page 428
This report to the OCLC membership summarizes findings of an international study on information-seeking habits and preferences. It provides the findings and responses from an online survey in an effort to learn more about library use, awareness and use of library electronic resources, the Internet search engine, the library and the librarian, free vs. for-fee information, and the "library" brand.
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Libraries and Information Sources
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21 U.S. College 45 Canada 50 Canada Age of U.S. Agree Neither agree agree nor disagree Audiobooks College post graduate College Students Completely agree Agree computers Disagree Completely disagree disagree Disagree Completely dissatisfied Dissatisfied Dissatisfied Very dissatisfied electronic information sources electronic resources Environment Environmental Scan Extremely familiar familiar Just know familiar Somewhat familiar familiar Very familiar information consumers Information Resources Internet know the name least annually least monthly least once Libraries and Information Library Card Holders library electronic library resources main purpose monthly At least MSN Search name Never heard negative associations OCLC Online bookstore Online library percent of respondents Perceptions of Libraries piece of advice positive associations provide one piece provides worthwhile information question 807 Region of Respondent respondents indicated Satisfied Neither satisfied satisfied nor dissatisfied satisfied Satisfied search engines staff Total Respondents trustworthy U.K. books U.S. College undergraduate U.S. High school United Kingdom