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User Reactions to Online Catalogs: An Exploratory Study
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College and Research Libraries Volume 42, Number 4,

Abstract

Analyses of the success-failure rates and user reactions using four public access online systems indicate that users overwhelmingly preferred the online to manual systems. Improved subject access emerged as the salient feature requiring improvement. Seven references are included. (Author/RAA)

Citation

Moore, C.W. (1981). User Reactions to Online Catalogs: An Exploratory Study. College and Research Libraries, 42(4), 295-302. Retrieved August 5, 2020 from .

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