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User's Reaction to Microfiche-A Preliminary Study

Ralph W. Lewis
1970 College and Research Libraries  
A Preliminary Study Recent emphasis placed on the use of microfiche by large govern1nent agencies has increased the pressure on libraries supporting government research to make greater use of microfiche  ...  Negative and apathetic user attitudes~ expressed by researchers~ indicate that expanded use of microfiche will have to be accompanied by concentrated efforts to overcome resistance if the great potential  ...  For three reasons, this change precipitated the study on microfiche user attitudes reported here.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_31_04_260 fatcat:7j2c5yt7vvb77g2prahg3qtzem

Research abstracts

Donald P. Ely, Barbara Minor
1980 ECTJ  
The relationship of student locus of control (SLOC) to six achievement measures and a number of student characteristics meas- ured in a study of student performance in a reading tutorial program was examined  ...  A study was conducted to describe the television viewing habits of sixth-grade children in primary schools within the met- ropolitan area of Melbourne, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02765369 fatcat:o7rb3bgxinedbgxqnpdm2rayxu

Questions Often Asked About Promoting Lifetime Literacy Efforts

Joseph Sanacore
2002 Intervention in School and Clinic  
9 1 0 The attitude of teachers, principals, and parents toward pleasure reading in school needs to be improved.  ...  increase reading fluency, gain a sense of ownership, improve reading achievement, and, of course, develop the lifetime reading habit (Greaney, 1980; Morrow, 1986; Morrow & Weinstein, 1984; Sanacore, 1988  ... 
doi:10.1177/105345120203700305 fatcat:xr3w2lyg2fennbecwpkaovbmfq

Research abstracts

Donald P. Ely, Barbara Minor
1979 ECTJ  
In the area of teaching beginning reading, a study was designed in which three systems of computer-generated speech and a human voice control were compared on the task of producing indi- vidual letter  ...  This study explores the relationships be- tween psychological types of users as iden- tified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and factors associated with the implemen- tation and utilization of the Wisconsin  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02765459 fatcat:tknn4kabqnb2ljj6qa55ugzzom

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1990 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Considers the essential requirement of library support for the educational system and the habit of reading.  ...  Surveys 90/79 Elementary school library media programs and the promotion of positive self-concepts: a report of an exploratory study. Dianne McAfee Hopkins.  ... 

STRUGGLING LITERACY LEARNERS BENEFIT FROM LIFETIME LITERACY EFFORTS

Joseph Sanacore
2002 Reading Psychology  
Correlates of reading achievement and attitude: A national assessment study.  ...  skills and strategies to interesting and meaningful contexts are only a few of the ways that support the lifetime reading habit.  ... 
doi:10.1080/027027102760351007 fatcat:chmlwghgs5gxdomi3avbankpai

Perspectives on Availability of, and Accessibility to the use of Non-Book Materials among Undergraduates in University of Ilorin, Nigeria

Afolabi Tajudeen Olaseni, Osalusi Modupeolu Anne, Adeyinka Bayo Okunlola
2019 Zenodo  
Effects of library resources on effectiveness of learning and studying among others included developing and sustaining the habit of learning and reading and the necessity of making use of libraries for  ...  to the users.  ...  In the process, microfilm is a 16mm of 35mm film while microfiche is a flat sheet of images.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4514945 fatcat:zactb4wehrcdznptkfvaii3v7a

Second-Language Acquisition, Culture Shock, and Language Stress of Adult Female Latina Students in New York

Lucia Buttaro
2004 Journal of Hispanic Higher Education  
Respondents indicated that their native culture and traditions had profoundly impacted their study habits. All of the women cared about English performance and mastery of English language skills.  ...  Researchers administered surveys and interviews and examined the women's essays and records. Results indicated that women's attitudes made a difference in their language proficiency.  ...  Respondents indicated that the culture and traditions of their native country had a profound impact upon their study habits.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1538192703255525 fatcat:xmhz7u27hreitc24btrnyouj3y

A Collaborative Approach to Family Literacy Evaluation Strategies∗

Elizabeth Landerholm, Jo Ann Karr, Selina Munshi
2000 Early Child Development and Care  
Here again, the book reports was a literacy activity. The prizes were awarded to help begin the habit of reading.  ...  The jobs were closely related to the skills and attitudes acquired from the program. increased reading levels came as a by-product of their involvement in the activities.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0300443001620106 fatcat:ofw3fxu5rfbf7gajfhdzvedil4

The library use habits of student teachers

Gürcü Koç Erdamar, Hüsne Demirel
2009 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Habit of reading is lifelong continuous and regular performance of the act of reading as a result of the perception of reading as a necessity.  ...  However, studies found in the literature shows that students do not have much positive attitudes for reading and using libraries.  ...  In addition to their using libraries for studying and reading books, they need to use other materials such as CD-ROMs, microfiche, online resources and periodicals.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2009.01.393 fatcat:jdosrdxalfb5vhh37udiorgixi

Print Vs E-publications: Usage Preference by Health Professionals of Dayanand Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana (Punjab)

Prem Chand Sharma, Raj Kumar
2016 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
Library is a repository of reading material for use.  ...  Various surveys across the world have been done to know the preference of the users towards print and e-text and it has been concluded that for comprehensive reading, print books and journals are used  ...  Attitudes and confidence towards computers and books as learning tools: A cross sectional study of students Cohorts. British J. of Edu. Tech., 2005, 36(1), 85-91. 4.  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.36.2.9363 fatcat:v4lhluq2uvacpnc3wjrjs7kw7u

Collaborators' Attitudes about Differences of Opinion

Elizabeth G. Creamer
2004 Journal of Higher Education  
Monthly abstnicit Journal Of the' ERIC *stern, Rescoinxis Th Education ire usually Made available to users In Microfiche, 'reproduced paper, copY and electronic media; and sold througb the ERIC .Dotitinomi  ...  COLLA ORATORS' ATTITUDES A OUT DIFFERENCES OF OPINION Collaborators' Attitudes about Differences of Opinion "There is no knowing without conflict.  ... 
doi:10.1353/jhe.2004.0028 fatcat:fkasm2ginndwzn6ywu7wlt5oca

Good DreamsBad Dreams: Text Selection and Censorship in Australia

Brenton Doecke, Terry Hayes
1999 English in Education  
The paper raises questions of language and cultural identity in secondary English teaching, arguing the need for a culturally inclusive curriculum that is responsive to the attitudes and values of secondary  ...  This paper looks at recent debates about text selection and censorship in Australia.  ...  'Oh yes,' he rejoined, more animatedly, ' My dad gave me a book of Shakespeare's plays' believable because his father is a media personality -'I read that bit the other night.'  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1754-8845.1999.tb00722.x fatcat:ox24sqqypzggdjx5u5as2akvza

Learning the Library: Taxonomy of Skills and Errors

Leon A. Jakobovits, Diane Nahl-Jakobovits
1987 College and Research Libraries  
A theoretical scheme classifies user behavior into three domains of library activity-affective, cognitive, and psychomotor-and into three levels of learning-orientation, interaction, and internalization  ...  Applications are suggested in the areas of library orientation and instruction, testing and diagnostics, reference, signs, and guides. Leon A.  ...  ''Decoding the meaning of the content read and evaluating its relevance" are cognitive skills: the user sees a name and decides to look it up.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_48_03_203 fatcat:f3jqf5tyrjecve5xrp5lcqcuua

Culture and the Kindergarten Curriculum in Poland

E. Putkiewicz
1996 Early Child Development and Care  
Finally, the paper briefly describes a study of teacher attitudes, revealing a mixture of hope and anxiety, and mixed feelings about the loss of state control, greater teacher autonomy, and parental participation  ...  journal of the ERIC system, Resources in Education (RIE), are usually made available to users in microfiche, reproduced paper copy, and electronic/optical media, and sold through the ERIC Doeument  ... 
doi:10.1080/0300443961230108 fatcat:gfxz4j4effbh7p2xrqgzyloqb4
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