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Access to e-books in the libraries of the city of Zagreb / Fabris, Martina ; Ledinski, Lea ; Živković, Daniela ; Matejčić, Samanta.

By: Fabris, Martina.
Contributor(s): Ledinski, Lea [aut] | Matejčić, Samanta [aut] | Živković, Daniela [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 130-130 str.Other title: Access to e-books in the libraries of the city of Zagreb [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): electronic books, libraries, Croatia hrv | electronic books, libraries, Croatia eng In: 16th BOBCATS Symposium. Providing Access to information for everyone (28.1. - 30. 1. 2008. ; Zadar, Hrvatska) 16th BOBCATS Symposium. Providing Access to information for everyone str. 130-130Summary: The aim of the research has been to show the access to e-books in the libraries of the city of Zagreb (Croatia), either published in physical form in Croatia or abroad. The research was carried out by polling and benchmarking methods in 7 libraries: 4 public libraries from network of Zagreb City Libraries - Bogdan Ogrizović Library, City Library, Medveščak Library, Ravnice Library and 3 libraries of foreign cultural institutes - Goethe Institute Library, Italian Cultural Institute Library and French Institute Library. The acquisition of e-books started as early as 1995 in the City Library. In 4 libraries (57%) e-books are read on site and in 3 libraries (43%) they are lent outside library premises. Annual acquisition ranges from 6 to 30 e-books per library. The hypothesis of the research that e-books in physical form are increasingly acquired and used in the libraries in the city of Zagreb has been confirmed.
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The aim of the research has been to show the access to e-books in the libraries of the city of Zagreb (Croatia), either published in physical form in Croatia or abroad. The research was carried out by polling and benchmarking methods in 7 libraries: 4 public libraries from network of Zagreb City Libraries - Bogdan Ogrizović Library, City Library, Medveščak Library, Ravnice Library and 3 libraries of foreign cultural institutes - Goethe Institute Library, Italian Cultural Institute Library and French Institute Library. The acquisition of e-books started as early as 1995 in the City Library. In 4 libraries (57%) e-books are read on site and in 3 libraries (43%) they are lent outside library premises. Annual acquisition ranges from 6 to 30 e-books per library. The hypothesis of the research that e-books in physical form are increasingly acquired and used in the libraries in the city of Zagreb has been confirmed.

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