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Title:Use of Technology and Perception of Technology Competencies among Librarians
Author(s):Yang, Changwoo
Technology competencies
Technology use
Abstract:All LIS practitioners use technologies in their daily work in a variety of ways, and the ability to use suitable technology skills to satisfy user needs is essential. This study will examine librarians’ technology use at their work places, and their attitude toward the technology competencies that librarians and library staff need. The survey invitations will be emailed to Georgia Library Association (GLA) members through the GLA listserv. The participants will be asked about their current use of technology at work, level of confidence, and their opinions on technology competencies for librarians and library staff. The participants will also be asked about their perceptions of LIS education for technology competencies. Descriptive statistics will be used to analyze and describe the survey data by types of libraries and job titles.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Public Libraries
Academic Libraries
Genre:Conference Poster
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09

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