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Considers the preliminary findings of the Cafe Jus research project, investigating end‐user reactions to electronic journals. Issues explored include: access to e‐journals; reading habits; human factors; financial implications; and the future roles of librarians, subscription agents and...
Examines the claims that cyberspace allows individuals to create sustainable new identities. Examines these claims in relation to the ongoing argument about embodiment and information systems. Accepts that computer mediated communication changes the nature of the interaction by removing bodily...
Employs data envelopment analysis (DEA) to evaluate the relative performance of 23 university libraries in Taipei City and County. The estimated results show that 11 university libraries are relatively efficient. The results also show that nine out of these 11 have a relatively good academic...
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