Izvori informacija u dostupnim EBSCO bazama podataka za istraživanja u visokom školstvu u Srbiji = Academic research in Serbia and available database resources

Bruks, Sam Izvori informacija u dostupnim EBSCO bazama podataka za istraživanja u visokom školstvu u Srbiji = Academic research in Serbia and available database resources. Infoteka, 2003, vol. 4, n. 2, pp. 177-188. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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English abstract

Universities in Serbia have access to large amounts of quality information through online full text databases. Specific details regarding the world’s two most comprehensive full text research data-bases, Academic Search Premier and Business Source Premier are provided. The paper examines which databases are strongest in each discipline, and covers issues such as the availability of journals most-cited, full text formats, peer-review status, embargo periods, backfills, and other important facets. Additional information depicts reasons for tremendous increase in the availability of information in the Serbia, and the value that these resources bring to researchers in universities.

Serbian abstract

Univerziteti u Srbiji imaju on-line pristup velikom broju kvalitetnih informacija putem baza podataka punog teksta. Date su specifične pojedinosti za dve najobuhvatnije svetske naučno-istraživačke baze podataka punog teksta – EBSCO Academic Search Premier i EBSCO Business Source Premier. Rad ispituje koje baze podataka zauzimaju prva mesta u svakoj od disciplina i obuhvata pitanja kao što su dostupnost najcitiranijih časopisa, formati tekstova, status recenziranja, periodi odlaganja korišćenja, retrospektivne datoteke i druge karakteristike od važnosti. Dodatnim informacijama opisuju se razlozi za dodatno povećavanje dostupnosti informacija u Srbiji i vrednost koju ovi izvori informacija donose istraživačima na univerzitetima.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: baze punog teksta, onlajn pristup, naučni časopisi, ASP, BSP, EBSCO, istraživanja, visoko školstvo, full text bases, online access, scientific journals, ASP, BSP, EBSC, research, universities
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels.
Depositing user: Biljana Kosanovic
Date deposited: 07 Aug 2004
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 11:59
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/5249

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