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With the swift elevate within the use of digital assets in libraries, dealing with entry to on-line details is a space many librarians fight with. This functional ebook is the 1st to give an explanation for the foundations in the back of entry administration, the on hand applied sciences and the way they paintings. It offers specific case reports describing how entry administration is being carried out at organizational and nationwide degrees within the united states and Europe, and serves as a pragmatic advisor to the assets to be had to assist plan, enforce and function entry administration in libraries
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Google Scholar) and from there, follow a link directly to the online resource. What needs to be protected, and why There are a myriad of electronic resources and services that a library may provide access to, internal and external, commercial and freely available. Although not all electronic resources require access management, many do. For the purpose of this chapter we will concentrate on the most common electronic resources that fall under the following two categories (Miller, 2002, 97): • commercially produced electronic databases, journals and e-books that libraries purchase and license for delivery via the library’s web interface, to be accessed both on site and remotely • digital materials that are produced within the library or organization and made available electronically.
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