New Challenges Facing Academic Librarians Today: Electronic Journals, Archival Digitization, Document Delivery, Etc

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Jean Caswell, Paul G. Haschak, Dayne Sherman
Edwin Mellen Press, 2005 - Education - 288 pages
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The editors of this work have put together a print collection of the best essays written by scholars on the front line of the scholarly communication revolution, with scholarly communication as one of its major subject areas. It provides both a theoretical and practical basis for understanding the changing face of scholarly communication in library science.

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The editors of this work have put together a print collection of the best essays written by scholars on the front line of the scholarly communication revolution, with scholarly communication as one of its major subject areas. It provides both a theoretical and practical basis for understanding the changing face of scholarly communication in library science. 

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Scholarly Communication
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The Inertia of Academic ePublication
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Alternative Academic Publication Strategies
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