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John Lubans Jr.

John Lubans Jr.
2507 Sevier St.
Durham, NC 27705
Lubans1@nc.rr.com
Fax & Phone: (919) 493 4979


John Lubans, Jr. is a senior manager at Duke University's Perkins Library. Currently on leave, he is writing and consulting about organizational studies and Internet use, and conducting leadership workshops for public and academic librarians.

He holds Master of Arts degrees from the University of Michigan School of Library and Information Science and from the University of Houston's Program in Public Administration.

NewInternet Use at Shippensburg University

New"Fewer questions?" Downward trend continues: Updated October, 2000

NewOther voices: "What Maurice Line's User Wants"

UpdatedON MANAGING columns written in 2000".

UpdatedWomen's Basketball Team study

INTERNET USE:

STUDY 5 (Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant; March, 2000)

STUDY 4 (Feedback from the Class of 2001)

Report: Initial Findings (March 9, 2000)

Student quote: The library should facilitate access to information and make it fun to learn, to feed your mind with information. The library could really be an electronic window into the wider world. In some respects it already is, but it could expand its opening onto the world much more....

STUDY 3

STUDY 2

STUDY 1


Photo by Dianne Baasch, 1998
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