LIS 504 - Proposal titles [topics] - 2001 Winter
- "The impact of the Internet as a current events source."
- "You speak French. Lisez-vous en français?
Vous parlez français. Do you read French?"
- "In-class pre-sessions and library instruction classes
at Pickwick Health Sciences Library."
- "The implementation of geographic information systems (GIS)
into academic libraries:
a focus on D.B. Weldon Library, University of Western Ontario."
- "How do students' attitudes change towards the academic library?
A longitudinal approach."
- "Comparison of effectiveness of booktalks and displays
in promoting library usage by young adults."
- "The provision of services to multicultural library users:
central vs. satellite branch usage."
- "A study of academic reference librarians across Canada
and the causal relationship between their undergraduate education
and library of employment."
- [Will students who receive library instruction receive higher marks,
enjoy more successful academic careers,
be more apt to use the library,
and have a more positive attitude toward the library
and its staff and services?]
- "Occupational expectations
of library and information science students in Canada."
- "MLIS graduate survey (University of Western Ontario)."
- "The investigation
into the successful summer reading club program."
- [Survey of law librarians in small to mid-size law firms
in London, Ontario,
to find out about CD-ROM usage.]
- "A survey of multilingualism in Canadian public libraries."
- [Availability of programs in computer usage and Internet skills
for five- to eight-year-old children
in Ontario public libraries.]
- "How do readers use bestseller lists
and are they satisfied with them?"
- "Effect of electronic journals on citations."
- "The cost of end-user versus expert searching."
- [Interaction between librarianship, information science,
and the military-industrial complex,
with emphasis on the library system and index machine
at Bletchley Park.]
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