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Usage of academic libraries: the role of service quality, resources, and user characteristics
(© Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001)
Competitive pressures from different information providers; widely available information resources; rising costs of books, serials, and electronic resources; and emerging new technologies and services providing information ...
Explaining user satisfaction with academic libraries: strategic implications
(© American Library Association, Chicago, 1998-03)
Competitive pressures, information availability, rising costs, and an increasingly aware and selective student population mandate that academic libraries become more user focused. This calls for a better understanding of ...
Family planning field workers in Bangladesh as influence agents: some policy implications
(© Department of Health Policy and Administration, School of Public Health University of North Carolina, 2011-10)
The family planning program in Bangladesh is one of the country’s success stories. However, in the quest to gain cost efficiencies, there are suggestions to scale back the role of the family planning field workers so ...