University of Rochester library studies students

gsandler writes Here
is a link from the Rochester
Democrat and Chronicle
newspaper about an anthropological study of college
students. "On and off for two years, anthropologist Nancy Foster lived with and observed the Wapishana, an indigenous tribe in
Guyana and northern Brazil whose members live as hunters, farmers and fishermen.
Now she’s studying a group nearly as exotic — college students. Employing the same methods numerous companies use to study their workers,
University of Rochester‘s River Campus library system is dissecting how its students live and work. The goal is to figure out ways of making the library more accessible to them for research papers and other projects."”