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The use of electronic resources in libraries: an essential interdisciplinary outlook

Abstract : The article seeks to retrace the methodological journey of a nationwide French research project EPEF focused on the use of electronic journals in a university setting. Seeing the heterogeneity of the population of teaching researchers who adhere to the dematerialized systems of information handling available in academic libraries, the approach adopted within the EPEF project has been decidedly multidisciplinary: combining information science with sociology, statistics and economics. However, the methodological work done for this project - from 2006 to 2009 - and the plurality of the results obtained has led us to expand our multidisciplinary goal. In order to reach an exhaustive analysis capable of explaining the different logics behind the use of electronic journals, we have included other disciplines: cognitive psychology, marketing, and history of science
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Chérifa Boukacem. The use of electronic resources in libraries: an essential interdisciplinary outlook. Libraries, Information, Books: Interdisciplinarity Research and Practice in 21st Century, Jun 2010, Poland. pp.317-324. ⟨sic_00737473⟩



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