HRISMHuman Resources for Information Systems Management (est. 1994)
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The study sought to accomplish what a meeting of HRISM grantees and other library leaders could not: first, to understand the shared beliefs of library leaders about the future of libraries in a digital era as represented by the HRISM grantees; and second, to understand how the American public views libraries in a digital era.
The methodology of the study began by looking to see if the written grant proposals of HRISM grantees revealed any shared vision.
I concede that the group of HRISM grantees is not necessarily the best group from which to derive a professional view of public libraries and the future.
Also important to the development of the HRISM survey was a survey conducted for the Library Research Center of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which surveyed 1,181 adults and 390 librarians in 1991 to gauge their interest in and support for a range of library services.