Access Revolution: The Birth, Growth, and Supremacy of Electronic Journals as an Information Medium [author version]

Medeiros, Norm . Access Revolution: The Birth, Growth, and Supremacy of Electronic Journals as an Information Medium [author version]., 2008 In: E-Journals Access and Management. Routledge, pp. 187-199. [Book chapter]


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The tremendous growth of e-journals in the marketplace has forced libraries to rethink their means of providing access to these coveted resources. Over the past 20 years, methods to connect users to e-journals have taken different shapes, fluctuating among a plethora of theories, ideologies, and technologies. This chapter attempts to synthesize the methods employed by academic libraries during this period to provide seamless e-journal access to users.

Item type: Book chapter
Keywords: electronic journals ; e-journals ; access to e-journals
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HN. e-journals.
Depositing user: Norm Medeiros
Date deposited: 17 Jul 2008
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:12


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