Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Summer 2002

Journal or Book Title

Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship

Volume

35

Abstract

Journals that are published exclusively in electronic format present an innovation in the way that scientific information is communicated to the research community. Significant concerns remain regarding the impermanence of materials in electronic formats and the use of innovative features of electronically formatted material. It has taken some time for the e-only journals to become integrated into scientific information systems, indexed by major services, appear in library catalogs, or cited by other researchers. This article surveys the current place of the e-only journal within the information system.

Comments

This article is from Issues in Scientific and Technology Librarianship 35 (2002).

Copyright Owner

Richard D. Llewellyn, Lorraine J. Pellack and Diana D. Shonrock

Language

English

File Format

application/pdf

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