Mining Evidence in the Online Academic Journal Databases: Access and Performance in Public Sector

Botchkarev, Alexei Mining Evidence in the Online Academic Journal Databases: Access and Performance in Public Sector., 2013 [Preprint]

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Access to the online academic journal databases is essential for evidence-informed decision making in developing Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) strategy and policy documents. In operation since 2008, the Journal Access Centre (JAC) is an online access tool supported by journal content selection and acquisition services. JAC provides access to articles published by more than 17,000 healthcare, medical, economics, business, social science and policy journals. The case study will show JAC within the MOHLTC information management framework. Content optimization, usage statistics and performance assessment issues will be described.

Item type: Preprint
Keywords: online journals, journal databases, performance evaluation, content optimization
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HL. Databases and database Networking.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HN. e-journals.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HP. e-resources.
J. Technical services in libraries, archives, museum.
L. Information technology and library technology
Depositing user: Alexei Botchkarev
Date deposited: 06 Jun 2013 21:25
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:26
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/19286

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