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E-könyvek konzorciális beszerzése – e-könyvek megjelenése az EISZ Nemzeti Programban

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Tartalom: http://ocs.mtak.hu/index.php/nws/2018/paper/view/10
Archívum: NETWORKSHOP
Gyűjtemény: Tartalomszolgáltatások: könyvtárak, levéltárak, múzeumok
Cím:
E-könyvek konzorciális beszerzése – e-könyvek megjelenése az EISZ Nemzeti Programban
Létrehozó:
Ákos Lencsés; MTA Könyvtár és Információs Központ EISZ Titkárság (grid.496758.1)
Kiadó:
NETWORKSHOP
NETWORKSHOP
Dátum:
2018-12-20 04:53:02
Téma:
library consortium, e-book acquisition, patron-driven acquisition (PDA), evidence-based acquisition (EBA), e-book purchase
Tartalmi leírás:
E-book acquisition in the Electronic Information Service National Programme (EIS)The Electronic Information Service National Programme (EIS) is the national consortium of Hungary. The consortium subscribes more than 50 databases each year, however e-book acquisition is a rather new phenomenon in the programme.The paper focuses on how to introduce e-book acquisition models in consortium level, what workflow is necesseary for the e-book acquisition and what new services can EIS implement to help the consortium members regarding e-book collections.
E-book acquisition in the Electronic Information Service National Programme (EIS)The Electronic Information Service National Programme (EIS) is the national consortium of Hungary. The consortium subscribes more than 50 databases each year, however e-book acquisition is a rather new phenomenon in the programme. The paper focuses on how to introduce e-book acquisition models in consortium level, what workflow is necesseary for the e-book acquisition and what new services can EIS implement to help the consortium members regarding e-book collections.DOI: 10.31915/NWS.2018.10ORCID: 0000-0003-4461-1105
Nyelv:
magyar
Típus:
Peer-reviewed Paper
Formátum:
application/pdf
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Forrás:
NETWORKSHOP; NETWORKSHOP 2018
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