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Aim: This study examines the Techno Stress among the librarians of both universities of Shahid Chamran and Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences.
Method: The research population consisted of all the staff employed in all active libraries in both universities including the central libraries and the rest of academic libraries located in the schools and hospitals. Data collection was performed by means of two scales: the Ragu-Nathan Technostress Scale, and the Kohn Perceived Stress Scale. The data thus collected was analyzed by means of the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS). The the significance level was determined to be 0.01.
Finding: Results of the ANOVA test showed significant differences among respondents regarding the different components of Techno Stress. The follow-up test of Tukee revealed that the differences come mainly from “Overload of technology” that received the highest average from librarians of both Shahid Chamran University and the Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences.
Conclusion: Findings revealed a significant difference between men and women only in regards with “Invasion of technology” as a component of Techno Stress. Also, it was noted that among all, the “Overload of Technology” component stood out with the highest score obtained from librarians in both universities, meaning it needed more attention than other components of Techno Stress.
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