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Perceptions of Romance Readers : An Analysis of Missouri Librarians
The romance novel is a form of literature geared toward women, which presents a love story with a central female character and a focus on that character's emotional state. Feminist scholarship and library-related literature ...
Reference source instruction : a model for teaching
The ideology of American librarianship places a very high value on librarians' ability to find information and make that information accessible to the public. A broad and deep knowledge of reference sources is one of the ...
Is there life after LibQUAL? : Learn how strategic marketing can focus and energize the LibQUAL experience
LibQUAL+ is a web-based survey that provides libraries with an assessment of users' expectations and perceptions on a number of service related factors. Learn how various academic and research libraries have used results ...
The Television Viewing Habits of Librarians (Pop Culture Association Version)
One night, I phoned a colleague at home to ask a question. “I’d love to chat,” he said, “but Star Trek is on.” After hanging up, I started to wonder: why does every librarian I know watch Star Trek? As I started wondering ...