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Consortial journal licensing: experiences of Greek academic libraries
The dramatic price increases in journals subscriptions over the past 30 years have undermined the ability of academic libraries to sustain their collections development a t the level necessary to support educational and ...
Measurement of burnout and the influence of background characteristics in Greek academic librarians
Purpose - The purpose of the present study is to measure levels of burnout among Greek academic librarians and to assess its relation with certain background characteristics. Design/methodology/approach - The Maslach Burnout ...
Greek Academic Librarians Perceptions of the Impact of Google on Their Role as Information Providers
The increased popularity of Google search engine in the daily routine in one's workplace and in the academic information seeking process is undeniable. "Googling" challenges the traditional skills of librarians as information ...
Job satisfaction among Greek academic librarians
This study, which investigated job satisfaction among academic librarians in Greece, used the Employee Satisfaction Inventory (ESI). The instrument assessed six dimensions of job satisfaction: "working conditions," "pay," ...
Contribution of an information literacy programme to the education process: the case of a Greek academic library
he purpose of this paper is to explore the contribution of, and the need for, information literacy and information literacy programmes in the undergraduate education process. Design/methodology/approach – The paper ...
Issues and perceptions for ISO 9000 implementation in Greek academic libraries
Quality has been defined in many different ways and it forms a complex and subjective concept, incorporating at any given time the true (expressed and implied) needs of all those involved. A possible approach in the ...