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dc.creatorSiebenberg, Tammy R.
dc.creatorGalbraith, Betty
dc.creatorBrady, Eileen E.
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dc.description.abstractIn 2003, an evaluation of journal use statistics at Washington State University was undertaken to determine if the selection of electronic journals in the Owen Science and Engineering Library was changing student and researchers' choice of journals. Use statistics showed that most print journals were being used more than they were prior to the advent of electronic journals. Generally, electronic journals were used heavily and the availability of electronic format greatly enhanced the total use of most titles. However, some electronic journals were used little or not at all, and there was a substantial increase in the use of some print titles.en_US
dc.publisherAmerican Library Association
dc.subjectJournal use statistics
dc.subjectElectronic journals
dc.subjectPrint journals
dc.subjectScience and technology
dc.titlePrint versus electronic journal use in three sci/tech disciplines: what's going on here?
dc.description.citationSiebenberg, T. R., Galbraith, B., & Brady, E. E. (2004). Print versus electronic journal use in three Sci/Tech disciplines: What's going on here? College & Research Libraries, 65(5), 427-438

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    This collection features scholarly work by Eileen Brady, formerly Science and Reference Librarian at Washington State University.
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    This collection features research and instructional materials created by Betty Galbraith, librarian at Washington State University.

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