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Survey Results – Access to Scholarly Material

A1 – Importance of Information Sources

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The respondents ranked the Library’s collections as the most important source of teaching and research information (9.19 out of 10), followed by free online materials (8.13 out of 10).

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The importance rating of Library’s collections is overwhelmingly on the high side.

A2 – Ways to Obtain Items not Available from the Library

When a scholarly monograph or journal article is not immediately accessible through the Library’s physical or digital collections, the most often option that our respondents take is searching for a free version online, followed by requesting interlibrary loan.
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A3 – Use of Pre-published Versions

About the use of alternative versions of scholarly work (e.g. pre-print or other versions that lack copy editing, layout and formatting of the published version), our respondents tend to accept reading them more than citing them.

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A4 – Habits and Feelings on Access Issues

Respondents rate how well their point of view match four statements about accessing information, using a scale of 1 (Not at all well) to 10 (Extremely well).

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last modified 21 June 2018