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Research on library-related perceptions and attitudes of MBA students is lacking, leading the authors of this article to survey a cohort of incoming MBA students at Arizona State University. The

Research on library-related perceptions and attitudes of MBA students is lacking, leading the authors of this article to survey a cohort of incoming MBA students at Arizona State University. The survey included self-evaluation of research skills, anticipated uses of library services and resources, and specific types of data/information the students thought would be most valuable during their studies. The survey uncovered differences based on how long the students had been away from higher education.

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    Wes Edens & Allison Leaming Malecki (2020) Research skills, perceptions and attitudes of incoming MBA students, Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, DOI: 10.1080/08963568.2020.1795551

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