Off-campus user behavior: Are they finding electronic journals on their own or still ordering through document delivery?Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries (2007)
AbstractThis study investigates how off-campus students at Central Michigan University interact with electronic journals in an environment where a full-service document delivery option is available to them. Wiley InterScience and Project MUSE online access statistics are compared with document delivery requests for articles available in these online packages. The study found that increasingly students are accessing the material themselves through the online packages and document delivery requests are decreasing.
Citation InformationJulie A Garrison and Pamela A Grudzien. "Off-campus user behavior: Are they finding electronic journals on their own or still ordering through document delivery?" Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries Vol. 4 Iss. 1/2 (2007)
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