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Staff from 58 academic librarians responded to survey questions regarding what influences the recommendations they make for use of electronic databases. Quality and usefulness of content was rated as most important, convenience (number of workstations, availability of remote login, and location of workstations) was also important, and familiarity played a role. Availability of full-text often overrides all other factors.
Tenopir, Carol, "Database Use in Academic Libraries" (1999). School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works.