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Investigating Blog and Wiki Technology for the Enhancement of Internal Reference Service Processes in a Library

University of the Sunshine Coast
Kate Kirby (Associated with)
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The primary aim of the survey was to gain a snapshot of Australian libraries' use of blogs and wikis.

Format: MS Excel spreadsheet (40.7KB)

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Methodology: An online survey. The population was Australian university, public and special libraries.  The sampling frame was constructed from university library websites, State Library public library listings and the National Library of Australia’s listing for special libraries. Branch libraries were treated as individual entries.  Entries that were not relevant to the survey content, for example prison libraries, were removed from the sampling frame.  To produce the correct sample sizes, every 10th library was sampled.  The response rate was 21%, which represents 138 respondants.  Once the data was weighted, the data was analysed using SPSS 13.0.

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Investigators: Ms Kate Watson (USC) and Ms Chelsea Harper (CQU)

Data time period: 2006 to 2006

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