The rush to technology: A view from the humanists
Journal/Book: Libr Trends. 1999; 47: 501 E Daniel St, Champaign, IL 61820-6211, USA. Gslis Publications. 620-639.
Abstract: THIS ARTICLE INVESTIGATES THE PERCEPTION that humanists are less than enamored with technology when compared to their peers in other disciplines. Using focus group interviews with humanities faculty at an east coast university, the article examines and analyzes their access to technology, their technological skill and interest, their concerns about digitized texts and art works, their views on the digital library of the future, and the value of technology to their research and teaching.
Note: Article Massey-Burzio V, Johns Hopkins Univ, Milton S Eisenhower Lib, 3400 N Charles St, Baltimore,MD 21218 USA