The Hybrid Library of the Future HyLiFe project is a Phase 3 Electronic Libraries eLib project funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee. The project is concerned with how best to deliver the print and electronic services likely to be required of higher education libraries in the foreseeable future. HyLiFe is a UKwide project involving six higher education institutions. The project is developing a series of customerorientated electronic interfaces or Websites which will give access to electronic and print services. A wide range of users groups are involved in the project including fulltime students, researchers, users in distributed environments and various subject. groupings. The project began in 1998 and will run for three years.
VINE – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1998
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