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Purpose – A survey of University of Kashmir scholars was undertaken in 2008 to ascertain their experience, attitudes and perceptions about the open access (OA) movement. The purpose of this paper is to report the survey's findings. Design/methodology/approach – The study was based on data...
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to discuss conditions for an effective application of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the pursuit of sustainability for cities. Design/methodology/approach – After a brief overview of the possible contribution of ICT, the main findings...
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to review UK government policy on public libraries since 2003, and to examine its relationship to other forms of demand for public libraries Design/methodology/approach – The published literature from government and professional bodies is reviewed,...
Purpose – This paper endeavours to show the possibilities for thematic description of audio‐visual documents for television with the aim of promoting and facilitating information retrieval. Design/methodology/approach – To achieve these goals different database fields are shown, as well as...
Purpose – The paper seeks to extend co‐link analysis to web sites of heterogeneous companies belonging to different industries and countries, and to cluster companies by industries and compare results from different countries. Design/methodology/approach – Web sites of 255 companies that...
Purpose – This paper aims to bring together information on whether any evidence exists of a commercial conflict between the creation of digital archives at research institutions and by key subject centres of excellence, and the business of journal publishing. Design/methodology/approach –...
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