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RESP_ID

RESP_ID

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Version A

Version A

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Version B

Version B

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Very Large

Very Large

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Large

Large

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Medium

Medium

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Small

Small

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Very Small

Very Small

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Exec Very Large

Exec Very Large

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Exec Large

Exec Large

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Our library plays a more important role than any other source in making electronic research resources available to our faculty and students

Our library plays a more important role than any other source in making electronic research resources available to our faculty and students ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Our library will become increasingly dependent upon outside electronic research resources in the future

Our library will become increasingly dependent upon outside electronic research resources in the future

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Electronic scholarly research resources should be made available for free to libraries at colleges and universities

Electronic scholarly research resources should be made available for free to libraries at colleges and universities

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

15.

Our library should decrease its dependence on commercial electronic research resources in favor of collections in our institutional repository and similar digital repositories from across academia

Our library should decrease its dependence on commercial electronic research resources in favor of collections in our institutional repository and similar digital repositories from across academia ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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The information in back issues of academic journals is extremely valuable to faculty and students

The information in back issues of academic journals is extremely valuable to faculty and students

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

17.

The most important role our library plays is to make outside electronic research resources available to faculty and students

The most important role our library plays is to make outside electronic research resources available to faculty and students

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

18.

Making electronic reserves available is a big headache and some type of systemwide solution is needed

Making electronic reserves available is a big headache and some type of systemwide solution is needed

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Assuming that electronic collections of journals are proven to work well and are readily accessible, I would be happy to see hard-copy collections discarded and replaced entirely by electronic collections

Assuming that electronic collections of journals are proven to work well and are readily accessible, I would be happy to see hard-copy collections discarded and replaced entirely by electronic collections ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

20.

If our library cancelled the current issues of a print version of a journal but continued to make them available electronically, that would be fine with me

If our library cancelled the current issues of a print version of a journal but continued to make them available electronically, that would be fine with me ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Regardless of how reliable and safe electronic collections of journals may be, it will always be crucial for our library to maintain hard-copy versions of journals

Regardless of how reliable and safe electronic collections of journals may be, it will always be crucial for our library to maintain hard-copy versions of journals ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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The most important role our library plays is to help students and faculty members use electronic scholarly resources, regardless of whether they are held locally or obtained remotely

The most important role our library plays is to help students and faculty members use electronic scholarly resources, regardless of whether they are held locally or obtained remotely ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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In the near future, it will no longer be necessary for our library to maintain hard-copy versions of journals

In the near future, it will no longer be necessary for our library to maintain hard-copy versions of journals

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

24.

Faculty are often frustrated by open access journals because of the poor quality of the contents

Faculty are often frustrated by open access journals because of the poor quality of the contents

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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E-books are going to transform the library role for monographs at least as much as e-journals have done for serials

E-books are going to transform the library role for monographs at least as much as e-journals have done for serials

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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E-books will not be a sufficient substitute for print books for many of our faculty and students

E-books will not be a sufficient substitute for print books for many of our faculty and students

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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All special collections should be digitized and made freely available online by libraries

All special collections should be digitized and made freely available online by libraries

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

28.

Our library should invest resources to ensure that all our special collections are digitized

Our library should invest resources to ensure that all our special collections are digitized

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Our library would be much better off if open access would take hold and we could get out of the business of paying for and licensing content

Our library would be much better off if open access would take hold and we could get out of the business of paying for and licensing content ... (view details)

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Purchasing/licensing electronic research resources and making them available to faculty and students

Purchasing/licensing electronic research resources and making them available to faculty and students

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Ensuring the continued availability of our local hard-copy collections of scholarly journals

Ensuring the continued availability of our local hard-copy collections of scholarly journals

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Partnering with faculty to promote more efficient and effective use of electronic research resources

Partnering with faculty to promote more efficient and effective use of electronic research resources

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

33.

Maintaining our institutional repository and other campus systems containing electronic research resources

Maintaining our institutional repository and other campus systems containing electronic research resources

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Ensuring that electronic scholarly journals are carefully archived and available for the long-term

Ensuring that electronic scholarly journals are carefully archived and available for the long-term

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Working with faculty to incorporate information resources into their lectures and curricula

Working with faculty to incorporate information resources into their lectures and curricula

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Preserving traditional library resources, e.g., hard-copy books, reference materials, and periodicals

Preserving traditional library resources, e.g., hard-copy books, reference materials, and periodicals

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Working with instructional technologists to build and improve resources such as course management systems and image databases

Working with instructional technologists to build and improve resources such as course management systems and image databases

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Maintaining a comprehensive electronic catalog of the librarys collection

Maintaining a comprehensive electronic catalog of the librarys collection

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

39.

Performing research and publishing the results in library and information science journals

Performing research and publishing the results in library and information science journals

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Being a starting point or gateway for locating scholarly information

Being a starting point or gateway for locating scholarly information

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Maintaining on-going relationships with providers of outside electronic research resources

Maintaining on-going relationships with providers of outside electronic research resources

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Working with faculty to improve our institutions curriculum and courses

Working with faculty to improve our institutions curriculum and courses

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Facilitating access to wikipedias, blogs, podcasts and other user-generated content alongside our scholarly materials

Facilitating access to wikipedias, blogs, podcasts and other user-generated content alongside our scholarly materials

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Helping researchers to manage datasets and other research byproducts

Helping researchers to manage datasets and other research byproducts

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

45.

Licensing collections of electronic books and facilitating access to them for our readers

Licensing collections of electronic books and facilitating access to them for our readers

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Building and maintaining special collections of rare or unique materials

Building and maintaining special collections of rare or unique materials

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

47.

Adding to our area studies collections and improving access to them

Adding to our area studies collections and improving access to them

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Purchasing/licensing electronic research resources and making them available to faculty and students

Purchasing/licensing electronic research resources and making them available to faculty and students

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Ensuring the continued availability of our local hard-copy collections of scholarly journals

Ensuring the continued availability of our local hard-copy collections of scholarly journals

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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Partnering with faculty to promote more efficient and effective use of electronic research resources

Partnering with faculty to promote more efficient and effective use of electronic research resources

Taken from: Ithaka 2006 Survey of US Academic Librarian Attitudes and Behaviors.

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