Is More Always Better?: When quality is the goal, access to everything may not be the user's best bet
DepartmentTemple University. Libraries
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AbstractBell discusses the difficulty in searching for research information among online full-text journals. He discusses ways that librarians can reintroduce the concept that quality research and information retrieval can precede the acquisition of content.
CitationBell, S.J. (2003). Is More Always Better?: When quality is the goal, access to everything may not be the user's best bet. American Libraries 34(1): 44-46.
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Has partAmerican Libraries, Vol. 34, No. 1
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