Selectors' Choices: Statistics for Evaluating E-Resources
Most participants consider statistics within the context of the cost and the content of the resources. Most selectors would prefer to use a combination of less and more specific measures for evaluating electronic indexes and databases and a combination of citation analysis and vendor-generated statistics for evaluating electronic journals. Selectors’ rankings of individual measures varied considerably according to their judgments of which measures indicated the highest level of use.
School Location:USA - North Carolina
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:use studies—electronic journals studies—full text databases citation analysis university of north carolina at chapel hill—libraries
Date of Publication:04/13/2004