Librarians' Attitudes Toward Computers, Desktop Publishing Systems and Expert Systems

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In the discipline of librarianship there is very little existing research from which conclusions regarding attitudes toward computers and related technology can be drawn. Furthermore, there is no significant data available which indicates that attitudes differ between various groups or types of librarians. It is reasonable to assume that librarians' attitudes toward computers vary. This study examines a group of academic librarians and a group of public librarians and tests for significant differences in their respective attitudes toward computers, desktop publishing systems and expert systems.

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Enoch, Lawrence M. (Lawrence Mark) August 1992.

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In the discipline of librarianship there is very little existing research from which conclusions regarding attitudes toward computers and related technology can be drawn. Furthermore, there is no significant data available which indicates that attitudes differ between various groups or types of librarians. It is reasonable to assume that librarians' attitudes toward computers vary. This study examines a group of academic librarians and a group of public librarians and tests for significant differences in their respective attitudes toward computers, desktop publishing systems and expert systems.

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Enoch, Lawrence M. (Lawrence Mark). Librarians' Attitudes Toward Computers, Desktop Publishing Systems and Expert Systems, dissertation, August 1992; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277903/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .