Remote Library Users: Needs and Expectations
Library Trends Volume 47, Number 1, ISSN 0024-2594
Discusses remote library users in an academic environment. Highlights include user needs and expectations; user satisfaction; service to remote customers in nonlibrary environments, such as industry; the distance-learning context; student demographics; distance learning and library services; course design; and a case study at De Paul University. (LRW)
Cooper, R., Dempsey, P.R., Menon, V. & Millson-Martula, C. (1998). Remote Library Users: Needs and Expectations. Library Trends, 47(1), 42-64.
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