Technostress and Library Values.

  • Gorman M
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Discusses information overload and society's and libraries' responses to technology. Considers eight values that libraries should focus on and how they relate to technology in libraries: democracy, stewardship, service, intellectual freedom, privacy, rationalism, equity of access, and building harmony and balance. (LRW)

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Gorman, M. (2001). Technostress and Library Values. Library Journal, 126(7), 48. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true%7B&%7Ddb=a9h%7B&%7DAN=4339414%7B&%7Dsite=ehost-live

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