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Connecting with Faculty Perceptions and Behaviors
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This Powerpoint presentation and accompanying bibliography were created for the Libraries as Digital Crossroads Tenth Annual Collection Development Symposium, May 19, 2003. The presentation summarizes the presenter's own research (with Irma Dillon) investigating University of Maryland Faculty members' behaviors and preferences with regard to electronic journals. The presentation also summarizes results from three other recent research projects investigating similar questions. The other three research efforts summarized are: (1) Tenopir and King, 2002, Reading behaviour and electronic journals. Learned Publishing. 15(4):259-266. Reports on reading behavior of natural and social scientists at the University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Information on frequency of article readings, sources of article readings, and methods used to identify articles read. (2) Brockman et al., 2001, Scholarly work in the humanities and the evolving information environment. . Digital Library Federation and Council on Library and Information Resources. Available at http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub104/pub104.pdf and (3) Friedlander, 2002, Dimensions and Use of the Scholarly Information Environment. Digital Library Federation. Available at http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub110/contents.htm