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  • Courtney, Michael (Purdue University Press, 2014-11-01)
    A shift in user focus and information need has necessitated the development of tools to aid in the discovery of resources and, to be sure, resource discovery is arguably one of the most pressing issues that concerns libraries ...
  • Courtney, Michael; Donovan, Carrie (Routledge, 2016-05-23)
    The application of ethnographic methods to library instructional programs can provide opportunities for students to develop their own self-awareness and advance their thought processes. In addition, these methods have the ...
  • Dowding, Heidi (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)
    As libraries are increasingly charged with long-term preservation of materials, they are having to make difficult decisions about what can be preserved and for how long. This chapter explores how open access materials are ...
  • Cohen, Rachael; Blakiston, Rebecca (Sage, 2015-06-28)
    Libraries and publishers are paying increasing attention to the information experiences of today’s emerging scholars – but what is the underlying value in understanding the researcher experience? What have we learned about ...
  • Cohen, Rachael (Indiana University Bloomington Libraries In-House Institute, 2010-05-11)
    Do you ever wonder what students really think about IUCAT? Or the libraries in general? Through traditional user studies and focus groups, I set out to discover these students' attitudes, preferences, and their overall ...

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