Librarians and Publishers in the Scholarly Information Process: Transition in the Electronic Age
Linda Scovill, Joint Working Group on Professional and Scholarly Information in the Electronic Age, Council on Library Resources, Association of American Publishers. Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division
Council on Library Resources, 1995 - Computers - 68 pages
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