Humanists, Libraries, Electronic Publishing, and the Future
James H. Sweetland
Library Trends Volume 40, Number 4, ISSN 0024-2594
Discusses the impact of computerization on humanists and libraries. Highlights include a lack of relevant databases; a reliance on original text; vocabulary and language issues; lack of time pressure; research style; attitudes of humanists toward technology; trends in electronic publishing; hypertext; collection development; electronic mail; scholarly communication; and preservation. (70 references) (LRW)
Sweetland, J.H. (1992). Humanists, Libraries, Electronic Publishing, and the Future. Library Trends, 40(4), 781-803. Retrieved June 6, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/146581/.
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- academic libraries
- Computer Networks
- Electronic Mail
- Electronic Publishing
- Futures (of Society)
- higher education
- information technology
- Library Automation
- Library Collection Development
- Optical Data Disks
- Research Methodology
- Scholarly Communication
- teacher attitudes
- Time Management