Der automatische Download von Netzpublikationen durch Bibliotheken und ihre Nutzung

Woltering, Hubert
June 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;Jun2008, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p676
Trade Publication
The article discusses the automatic download, the storage and use of net publications, in particular so-called "gray literature," which comes directly from the publisher rather than through a bookseller. The author makes a case for the automated collection of eJournals and publications so as to promote the publicity and accessibility of their content and to encourage library science and research in Germany, Europe, and the world.


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