Increasingly Electronic Libraries
From 1998 through 2005, University library holdings increased by 1.62 million volumes11.6 percent. But during the same period, the number of "e-resources" grew tenfold, and now include more than 15,000 on-line journal titles. Researchers are accessing these holdings ever more frequently, with individual uses of e-resources rising to nearly 5.2 million in 2005 alone.
|Source: Harvard University Library 2005 Report|
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