An interview with Amira Aaron, director of academic services, The Faxon Company

Marill, Jennifer
December 1998
SISAC News;Winter98/Spring99, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p4
Presents an interview with Amira Aaron, director of academic services at the Faxon Co. Description of responsibilities; Goal to facilitate access to information about scholarly communication; Comment on the role of the subscription vendor in the electronic world.


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