Electronic collection management and electronic information services

@article{Cotter2005ElectronicCM,
  title={Electronic collection management and electronic information services},
  author={G. Cotter and B. Carroll and G. Hodge and Andrea Japzon},
  journal={Inf. Serv. Use},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={23-34}
}
As the life cycle of information products has become increasingly digital from “cradle to grave”, the nature of electronic information management has dramatically changed. These changes have brought new strategies and methods as well as new issues and challenges. At the bottom line the services are increasingly delivered to a desktop from distributed publishers or information providers. Information organizations act either as primary information providers or as brokers between the user and the… Expand
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