Reading: The Process of Scholarly Communication: An Eastern European Angle

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The Process of Scholarly Communication: An Eastern European Angle

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Ewa Krysiak

Abstract

Financial support from foreign and domestic foundations has been important in enabling librarians in Central and Eastern Europe to maintain the required quality of service to the scholarly community, through increased use of electronic systems, coordinated purchasing and union listings. Although a questionnaire, designed to show the state of scholarly communication in Central and Eastern Europe, only drew responses from Polish institutions, reports on other countries, produced by the European Commission, have been consulted in order to supplement the detailed coverage of the information scene in Poland.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/09291
How to Cite: Krysiak, E., 1996. The Process of Scholarly Communication: An Eastern European Angle. Serials, 9(3), pp.291–297. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/09291
Published on 01 Nov 1996.
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