E-Resources: The Millennium Users' Expectations


Abstract

This paper highlights the link between the fifth law of library science "library/information is a growing organism” and the third law" every book/e-resource its reader/user", referring to user expectations. User expectations are growing and the reader/user" is lost between the mountain of information requiring changes in Library services and resources.

Keywords

e-Resources, e-Resources Usage, e-Resources Users, e-Resources User Expectations.

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