Building a Scholarly Communications Center: Modeling the Rutgers Experience
American Library Association, 1999 - Computers - 161 pages
A unique guide based on the successful model for planning the scholarly communication center at Rutgers University. Success factors are examined along with potential obstructions, including facilities design, funding, technology considerations, and impact on research and instruction.
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