E-Journals in der Praxis 2: Zugang organisieren, Monitoring steuern, Lizenzen verwalten

Bauer, Bruno
June 2008
Bibliotheksdienst;Jun2008, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p654
Trade Publication
The article reports on an April 2008 conference on "E-Journals in Practice" at the Free University of Bozen, Italy. Topics discussed included licensing and monitoring of eJournals, journal management, open access library materials, and systematic peer reviews. The final discussion revolved around the implementation and application of library use and user statistics.


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