At the Ref Desk (5/22/18): Got an IM request explaining in great detail (several sentences in fact) what kind of article the person was looking for. Only thing missing -- the topic. Oh well... [more...]
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I listed an article by two librarians at Univ. of Minnesota that explained their elaborate but ultimately successful decision-making process to improve library services.

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Submitted by Leo Klein on Fri, 2/20/09 (3:54pm)

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I wrote about an interesting article in EDUCAUSE Review that looked at the difference just a couple of years makes in the state of technology commonly used by 18-29 year-olds.

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