- Many readers and librarians are concerned about long-term access to electronic resources, particularly e-journals. Oxford University Library Services (OULS) is committed to ensuring long-term access to licensed electronic journal content where the publisher and licensing model allow for this. But, as with everything to do with electronic access, the position is complicated. This article presents and explains the ‘Long-term Access Policy for E-Journals’ formulated by OULS.
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- Alice Keller, Jonathan McAslan, Claire Duddy
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- Citation: Keller, A., McAslan, J. & Duddy, C. (2008). 'Long-term access to e-journals: what exactly can we promise our readers?, Serials, 21(1), 49-53. [Available at http://www.metapress.com/content/4fht5dkwvmj1dtu4/].
Long-term access to e-journals: what exactly can we promise our readers?
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