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Title: Management of electronic journals in libraries
Authors: Wang, Zhi Hong.
Keywords: DRNTU::Library and information science::Libraries::Acquisition and collection development
Issue Date: 1999
Abstract: The number of electronic journals has grown dramatically in recent years. Many publishers and aggregators have developed various systems facilitating access and management of electronic journals. Electronic journals have created unprecedented opportunities for information institutions. At the same time, electronic journals have also brought profound impact on the library work. The literature review showed that empirical studies which address the possible implications of electronic journals on library work are lacking. A research project on management of electronic journals was undertaken focusing on the following areas: 1. Features of current electronic journal systems 2. Practices of libraries for handling electronic journals 3. Status of electronic journals in Singapore libraries
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