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VOX SCIENTIARI, или УЧЕНЫЕ РАЗНЫХ СТРАН ОБ ЭЛЕКТРОННЫХ РЕСУРСАХ: Опыт проведения социологических исследований

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Аннотация

Анализируется опыт зарубежных стран по изучению использования электронных ресурсов в науке. Показано, что изучение использования электронных ресурсов социологическими методами выделяется
в отдельное направление библиотековедческих исследований. Выделены основные этапы развития данного направления исследований. Представлена классификация опросов по масштабу. Приведены данные о результатах наиболее значимых исследований.

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И. Г. Лакизо
Отделение Государственной публичной научно-технической библиотеки Сибирского отделения Российской академии наук
Россия


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