This article investigates the relationship between academic librarians’ demographic characteristics and their beliefs about the future of academic librarianship and higher education. The researcher administered a survey to a group of academic librarians at Christian colleges and universities, with the intent of identifying possible correlations between particular demographic characteristics, such as age and generational affiliation, and four pre-established belief constructs. Statistical analysis of the survey results revealed that no significant differences exist between age groups, generational groups, experience levels, geographic locations, or type of institution with regard to Christian academic librarians’ beliefs about the future of academia and academic libraries.
"More Than Just a Number? The Impact of Age and Generational Affiliation on Christian Academic Librarians’ Beliefs About the Future of Librarianship and Higher Education,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 52
, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol52/iss1/9