Understanding the Structure of Scientific and Technical Literature: A Case-Study Approach
This book is intended to provide on overview of the structure of scientific and technical literature, together with a slightly more detailed look at some of the available guides. Based on the published record of an actual research project, the treatment should be found helpful by library organizers, library users and students wanting to know, in general terms, how scientific information is disseminated.
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