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The acceptance of e-journals in higher education: policy and use at the University of Leicester, with reference to the CORSALL Report

By Selina Lock, Evelyn Cornell and Anne Colling

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This is the authors' final draft of a paper published in Information Services and Use.The policy of the University of Leicester on the use of e-journals is described, along with some of the factors which influence both policy and use. Selected results of the CORSALL (Collaboration in Research Support by Academic Libraries in Leicestershire) Survey of Researchers are discussed and possible directions for the future are suggested

Publisher: IOS Press
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/15

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