Tag: oclc

Harris Interactive: How Academic Librarians Can Influence Students’ Web-Based Information Choices

A pretty interesting look at what the “end-user market segment” that is college students thinks about looking for information online. Keep in mind this is not positioned as a study about people look for information in libraries generally, though the…

save the date, blogger get-together at ALA

The folks from the It’s All Good blog are sponsoring a libraryland blogger get together at ALA, Sunday, June 26, beginning at 5:30 pm, final exact location TBD.

thousands of hits, good news or bad?

Somehow missed this last week — an excellent point/counterpoint [in the form of a blog entry and comment] over at the OCLC blog. Topic? That ongoing “Do we make the library more like Google, or make Google more like the…