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Purpose – To examine and discuss the features of library portals and suggest further development of these research tools. Design/methodology/approach – The two categories of library portals (horizontal or public, and vertical) were examined to establish the characteristics of some of the...
Purpose – To provide a broad overview of the history of the journal Program: electronic library and information systems and its contents over its first 40 years. Design/methodology/approach – Analysis of content from the original published material, as well as from abstracting and indexing...
Purpose – To share the experiences in data migration of the KFUPM Library with libraries planning to move from legacy systems such as DOBIS/LIBIS to third‐generation systems. Design/methodology/approach – A detailed analysis of DOBIS/LIBIS data structure, data extraction, including data...
Purpose – To describe the first year of the implementation of radio frequency identification (RFID) in Middlesex University Learning Resources. Design/methodology/approach – The technology is explained in detail to set the scene. Information on the implementation is presented in chronological...
Purpose – To give an overview of the current state and trends in authentication and authorisation in satisfying academic library users' mobility and instant access to digital information resources, and to propose that libraries strongly support efforts to establish a global authentication and...
Purpose ‐ The purpose of this piece is to provide a snapshot of the first issue of Program. Design/methodology/approach ‐ This is a reproduction of a historical document, the first issue of the news sheet. Findings ‐ Program was published to assist librarians in learning what was possible...
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to investigate the use and usability of e‐books from the perspectives of users in an academic and research environment. Design/methodology/approach – This study involved an e‐mail questionnaire to survey researchers in the academic and research...
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