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E-Journals for Research: The User Perspective


Jessie Hey


The global ‘collaboratory’ is becoming the academic way of life and. electronic documents a vital part of it. In this more dynamic research environment, electronic journals are just one of a more integrated set of tools and there are still issues which challenge all but the most determined or most digitally literate. However, an increasing number of the academic community are enthusiastic about using or starting electronic journals, particularly where multimedia or additional data can enhance our understanding of original research or where the electronic process produces more timely debate.
How to Cite: Hey, J., 1997. E-Journals for Research: The User Perspective. Serials, 10(1), pp.65–68. DOI:
Published on 01 Mar 1997.
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