Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The basic problem under study was originally that of determining the quality of student that took Library Orientation as a freshman as UNI. The hypothesis that was tested was this: UNI as freshman were either good or poor students in high school in terms of their high school grade point averages (GPA's), and approximately equal percentages of good (greater than 3.00 GPA) and bad (under 2.25 GPA) students will be found in this majority.
Of secondary importance in this study was the collecting of statistical data on the experiential backgrounds and self-perceived character traits of the Library Orientation students as material for future study. There have been no studies related to the preassessment of Library Orientation students done in the Library Science Department.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Library Science
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©1974 John Stephen Jenn
Jenn, John Stephen, "A Study of the Relationship Between High School Grade Point Average and the Choice of Library Orientation Among UNI Students" (1974). Graduate Research Papers. 3161.