Survey of Academic Librarians: Opinion of Library Budget Priorities

Published - August 2013| Code - PRG001A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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This 100+ page report examines the opinion of academic librarians of the budget priorities and spending patterns of their library. The report presents detailed data on librarian opinion on whether spending should be increased on books, e-books, databases, librarian salaries, computers and workstations, special collections, information literacy, and other library budget items. The report also presents detailed information on how librarians view their level of influence over the library budget, and how they evaluate their library's budgetary priorities. Survey of Acadmic Librarians.

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