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How relevant are audio reserves in music libraries?
Music Library Association (2015)
  • Amanda Evans, Kent State University
  • Joe C. Clark
Years ago students flocked to libraries to access required class listening. With today’s profusion of online media resources, are students still relying on libraries as a source for assigned class listening? This poster presents the data from a recent survey with students that had assigned class listening, and explores their practices and preferences for listening. Both music and non-music majors participated, and the results reveal which non-library resources are most commonly used by students and factors that influence their choice of accessing audio.
  • Course Reserves,
  • Streaming Audio,
  • academic libraries,
  • electronic audio reserves,
  • music,
  • music libraries,
  • user surveys
Publication Date
Spring February 27, 2015
Denver, CO
Citation Information
Amanda Evans and Joe C. Clark. "How relevant are audio reserves in music libraries?" Music Library Association (2015)
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