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November 1998, Week 1

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Carol Beyer <[log in to unmask]>
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Carol Beyer <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 2 Nov 1998 09:05:00 -0800
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     We'd like to conduct a journal usage survey based on reshelving
     statistics.  One approach that we're considering is to conduct the
     count for limited periods of time 4 times/year during traditionally
     high usage.   Can anyone who's had experience with this type of
     sampling provide me with any advice?  For what periods of time have
     you made your count, i.e. a week, a month?  Did you find that the
     exercise provided useful results?  Or can you suggest a more
     conclusive approach that wouldn't be too onerous for a library with a
     small staff?


     Carol Beyer
     UHS Medical Libraries
     Binghamton, NY
     (607)763-5478
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