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Title: Human Aspects of High Tech in Special Libraries / Julie Hallmark Bichteler
Authors: Hallmark, Julie
Keywords: Special Libraries
Special Librarians
Human Computer Interaction
Technostress
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: Special Libraries Association http://www.sla.org
Citation: Human Aspects of High Tech in Special Libraries. 1986. Special Libraries 77:121-28
Series/Report no.: Published Papers;A-1986-026
Abstract: As special librarians devote more and more time to interacting with computers, it is appropriate to examine some of the possible effects of this changing work environment on these information specialists and their institutions. This paper reports on an investigation of selected library employees who spend a significant portion of their time in on-line computer interaction. Interviews with the subjects elicited information concerning the intellectual, psychological, social, and physical aspects of their work. The study identifies some of the long- and short-term effects of the increasing applications of high tech in special libraries and offers some possible solutions to problems of technostress.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/714
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