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T.H.E. Journal Vol. 25, No. 2 (1997) pp. 74–78
To identify the computer skills that employers expect college graduates to have mastered, a survey was conducted at Cornell University of its corporate recruiters. The questionnaire gathered information in five categories: (1) Creating Documents and ...
T.H.E. Journal Vol. 26, No. 9 (1999) pp. 68–71
Reports on the quantitative findings from a survey of Cornell University undergraduates and on qualitative findings from a prior focus group that investigated computer literacy and the most effective methods to learn computer-literacy skills....
Where To Spend Our E-Journal Money? Defining a University Library's Core Collection through Citation Analysis
portal: Libraries and the Academy Vol. 2, No. 1 (2002) pp. 155–66
Identifies core journals in the life sciences for Cornell University researchers by analyzing the frequency of Cornell-authored citations in Biosis Previews between 1996 and 2001. Discusses distribution, Bradford's Law of Scatter, the 80/20 Rule,...
Effect of the Web on Undergraduate Citation Behavior: Guiding Student Scholarship in a Networked Age
portal: Libraries and the Academy Vol. 3, No. 1 (2003) pp. 41–51
Provides results of a longitudinal study tracking research behavior of a multi-college undergraduate course in microeconomics from 1996 to 2001. Student term paper bibliographies grew between 1996 and 2000 but included fewer scholarly resources. In...
College & Research Libraries Vol. 63, No. 6 (2002) pp. 484–97
Analyzed annual electronic journal usage data for the NorthEast Research Library (NERL) consortium. Discusses the high degree of skew in journal use; describes results of a cluster analysis that revealed three distinct groups of institutions based...
portal: Libraries and the Academy Vol. 4, No. 3 (July 2004) pp. 379–392
Results from two multiple regression models involving HighWire journal subscriptions in 2003 for 16 participating universities in the United States, United Kingdom, and Sweden indicate a highly predictive relationship between the number of article...
Computers in Human Behavior Vol. 12, No. 2 (1996) pp. 225–43
Examines the perception of flaming (hostile verbal behavior) in electronic mail by exploring, in the context of five escalating levels of socioemotional intensity, the effects of pictographs (typographic symbols used to express emotion) and quoting. ...
An IP-Level Analysis of Usage Statistics for Electronic Journals in Chemistry: Making Inferences about User Behavior
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Vol. 54, No. 11 (2003) pp. 1062–68
Reports an analysis of American Chemical Society electronic journal downloads at Cornell University (Ithaca, New York) by individual IP (Internet Protocol) addresses. Highlights include usage statistics to evaluate library journal subscriptions;...