Yesterday, Jeffrey Beall blogged about a 2-page briefing paper, Digital Information Seekers: How academic libraries can support the use of digital resources. [pdf]
The briefing paper summarizes the full 61-page report: The Digital Information Seeker: Report of findings from selected OCLC, RIN and JISC user behaviour projects. [pdf]
It's encouraging that among the findings is the desire for high-quality metadata: "High-quality metadata is becoming more important for discovery of appropriate resources."