E-journals: A How-to-do-it Manual for Building, Managing, and Supporting Electronic Journal Collections
Donnelyn Curtis--one the leading e-journal experts--offers practical advice for helping you and your staff optimize your patrons' online experiences. This timely how-to outlines the fundamentals and features of e-journals, and shows how they fit into the information-seeking behavior of users.
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Understanding Users of Online Resources
Shifting Library Resources
Developing a Collection of Electronic Journals
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