Patterns of information use and exchange: case studies of researchers in the life sciences | Research Information Network

Connotea Imports 2012-07-31

Summary:

"This report by the RIN and the British Library...concludes that ‘one-size-fits-all’ information and data sharing policies are not achieving scientifically productive and cost-efficient information use in life sciences...." From the report itself (pp. 37-38): "Researchers from all groups are concerned about access to information, and any potential barriers or inhibitors....[T]hey express frustration when, having used publicly available search mechanisms, they identify materials to which they do not have full text access online...."

Link:

http://www.rin.ac.uk/our-work/using-and-accessing-information-resources/disciplinary-case-studies-life-sciences

Updated:

12/28/2009, 15:38

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Tags:

oa.biology oa.new oa.data oa.access oa.bl oa.rin

Authors:

petersuber

Date tagged:

07/31/2012, 20:33

Date published:

12/28/2009, 15:30