This article examines the use of both print and electronic monographs at George Fox University libraries over a period of thirty-three months for 8,500 titles that were held in both formats. Results indicate that print is more likely to be used than electronic. The implications of the findings, as well as related factors determining future decision making relative to format, are discussed.
Rolfe, Alex and Johnson, Merrill
"Same Titles, Different Formats: Does Print or Electronic Get More Use?,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 60:
2, Article 3.