Liber Quarterly is the Open Access journal of the Association of European Research Libraries
Starting with volume 22 (2012) LIBER Quarterly acquired a new style through the Open Journal System (OJS) interface of Igitur, but also a new editorial approach, where the emphasis is more on innovative and high quality contributions. More details can be found in the Editorial to volume 22, issue 1.
Vol 23, No 2 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Too early, too fast? The regulation of the eBook market in France and its possible effects on EU libraries||Abstract html PDF|
|Scholarship 2.0: analyzing scholars’ use of Web 2.0 tools in research and teaching activity||Abstract html PDF|
|Licia Calvi, Maria Cassella||110-133|
|The Ph.D.-candidate as an information literate resource: developing research support and information literacy skills in an informal setting||Abstract html PDF|
|Shorley, Deborah and Jubb, Michael (Eds). The future of scholarly communication. London: Facet, 2013||html PDF|
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