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Maximising electronic journals in small to medium-sized institutions

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Sue Roberts

Abstract

Electronic journal development and delivery is often viewed as the remit of large, research led universities. Small to medium-sized institutions, both within the higher education sector and beyond, can also maximise collections, transform learning and teaching, and improve access to information, through the effective management of electronic journals and resources. This paper explores the strategies developed by Edge Hill to manage and develop e-journal services to a primarily learning and teaching based academic community. It will also focus on the impact e-journals can have on teaching and learning strategies, student skills development and the role of Library and Information Services (LIS) staff.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/1433
How to Cite: Roberts, S., 2001. Maximising electronic journals in small to medium-sized institutions. Serials, 14(1), pp.33–36. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/1433
Published on 14 Nov 2001.
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