Promotion of e-resources in developing countries

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 12/29/09 Promotion of e-resources in developing countries Alan Hopkinson Middlesex University
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12/29/09 eIFL Negotiations eIFL.net is advocating for affordable access to commercially produced electronic journals and databases through collective negotiations with publishers and aggregators. Our negotiation activity includes not only obtaining affordable prices, but also establishing fair terms and conditions
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12/29/09 Problems? Financial Organizational Technical Marketing
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12/29/09 History Libraries held books and journals and the librarians selected, purchased and provided them either on open shelves or brought them out from closed access Journals are being replaced by e- journals and books becoming to be replaced by e-books
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12/29/09 Good news? This should be good news No problems of expensive carriage or lost in post No problems of time delay Bandwidth is now improving in many developing country universities though it may still be problematic in some
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2009 for the course IWBL WBS4845 taught by Professor Mehmetali during the Fall '09 term at Middlesex UK.

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