Students seeking information for their Master's theses: the effect of the Internet

  title={Students seeking information for their Master's theses: the effect of the Internet},
  author={Paulina Junni},
  journal={Inf. Res.},
In a relatively short time the Internet has radically changed the global availability of scholarly publications. Today a substantial part of the resources available for researchers and university students are available through electronic site licenses rather than as paper copies in the shelves of their libraries. The supply of easily available information is bigger than ever. An interesting question is what qualitative and quantitative effects this has had on the use of reference material as… CONTINUE READING

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