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Special Issue: Electronic JournalsCAWKELL, A. E.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, issn 0167-5265, 149 p.Serial Issue

Electronic journals: Policy and management at the University of BirminghamGILBERT, G. A.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 145-149, issn 0167-5265Article

E-journals at the British Library: from selection to accessBURDEN, Christine; REID, Andrea; SWEENEY, John et al.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 117-121, issn 0167-5265Article

Experiences with electronic journals at Imperial CollegeDORRINGTON, Linda; HOWARD, Susan; YEADON, Janice et al.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 139-143, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic journals: use, evaluation and policyWOLF, Martin.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 249-261, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic journal services at Glasgow University LibraryKIDD, Tony.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 173-180, issn 0167-5265Article

The acceptance of electronic journals at Aston UniversityMALLETT, D. L; SMITH, A. M. H.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 197-204, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic journal usage and policy at UMISTDAY, M. P.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 135-137, issn 0167-5265Article

PELICAN: One step closer to the solution of the pricing problemHARDY, R. L; OPPENHEIM, C; RUBBERT, I et al.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 157-164, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic resources and academic library budgets: the PURCEL dimensionHALLIDAY, S.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 151-156, issn 0167-5265Article

The uptake of electronic journals by academics in the UK, their attitudes towards them and their potential impact on scholarly communicationNELSON, Dianne.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 205-214, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic journals in higher education: technology, decisionmaking and economicsROBERTS, Stephen A.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 223-234, issn 0167-5265Article

Issues about access: serials information in an academic context: a case studyBETTERTON, Ann; WADE, Aileen D.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 123-130, issn 0167-5265Article

The acceptance of e-journals in higher education: policy & use at the University of Leicester, with reference to the CORSALL reportLOCK, Selina; CORNELL, Evelyn; COLLING, Anne et al.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 189-195, issn 0167-5265Article

Issues and policy: Electronic journals strategies at the University of YorkJOHNSON, Gareth J.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 165-172, issn 0167-5265Article

Redefining roles: developing an electronic journals collection at the University of East AngliaLEWIS, Nicholas.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 181-187, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic journals at Queen's University Belfast: managing the transition from printRAWSON, Stuart.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 215-221, issn 0167-5265Article

Electronic journals at the University of Bath: A case study of the development of provisionSTARK, Isobel.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 235-241, issn 0167-5265Article

The acceptance of electronic journals in UK higher educationTESKEY, Patrick; URQUHART, Elaine.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 243-248, issn 0167-5265Article

'So where's the full text?' Electronic journal acquisition and use in the University of OxfordCOOPER, Gill.Information services & use. 2001, Vol 21, Num 3-4, pp 131-134, issn 0167-5265Article

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