Café Jus: an Electronic Journals User Survey

@article{Woodward1998CafJA,
  title={Caf{\'e} Jus: an Electronic Journals User Survey},
  author={Hazel Woodward and Fytton Rowland and Cliff McKnight and Carolyn Pritchett and Jack Meadows},
  journal={J. Digit. Inf.},
  year={1998},
  volume={1}
}
During 1996, the number of scholarly periodicals available in electronic form increased rapidly. The Café Jus project took advantage of this critical mass of electronic journals to mount a major user study with taught postgraduate students, research students and staff in various disciplines at Loughborough University. The main conclusions were that low-level technical problems are still a deterrent to the use of electronic journals; that people prefer not to read at length on screen, but… CONTINUE READING
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