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Comparison of the Cost and Use of University Electronic and Print Journal Collections
Wednesday, January 1, 2003
The panel summarizes results of several recent library cost analyses and of faculty and student surveys. A comparison is made of operational requirements and costs of three types of collections: electronic, current periodicals and bound backfiles. Surveys show that e-journals affect faculty and student information-seeking and reading patterns in important ways.