The Electronic Library, Volume 27
Volume 27, Number 1, 2009
, Yu-Hwa Chou
: Perceived usefulness, ease of use, and usage of citation database interfaces: a replication.
Dillip K. Swain
, K. C. Panda
: Use of electronic resources in business school libraries of an Indian state: A study of librarians' opinion.
, Majid Khan
: Impact and use of e-resources by social scientists in National Social Science Documentation Centre (NASSDOC), India.
Volume 27, Number 2, 2009
Ubiquitous digital library and innovative community
, Jieh Hsiang
: The unique approach to institutional repository: Practice of National Taiwan University.
: Creating a bilingual library information environment for foreign users.
, Guo Jing
: Innovation community: Constructing a new service mode for academic libraries.
, Xiaoyuan Lan
: Building a virtual community platform for subject information services at Shanghai Jiao Tong University Library.
: Changing of library services under e-research environment.
Volume 27, Number 3, 2009
: Research evaluation and citation analysis: key issues and implications.
Volume 27, Number 4, 2009
, Rama Verma
: Use and impact of electronic journals in the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India.
: Information literacy online tutorials: An introduction to rationale and technological tools in tutorial creation.
Volume 27, Number 5, 2009
Special sections on MTSR 2007 and ALIA 2008
Salvador Sánchez Alonso
: Enhancing availability of learning resources on organic agriculture and agroecology.
: Hunter-gathering in the digital world to build a keeping place for the future.
: The Fridge: internal communications at the State Library of Victoria.
Volume 27, Number 6, 2009
: The use and sharing of information from Wikipedia by high-tech professionals for work purposes.
: Think culture: Europeana.eu from concept to construction.
: Evolution of e-records management practices in e-government: A Turkish perspective.
, Maryam Shekofteh
: The relationship between the research activity of Iranian medical universities and their web impact factor.