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標題: 電子期刊對大學圖書館紙本期刊刪訂影響之研究
A Study of the Impact of Electronic Journals on Serials Cancellation in University Libraries
作者: 王慧娟
Wang, Hui-Chuan
關鍵字: 電子期刊
Electronic journals
匯集性全文資料庫
期刊刪訂
大量交易
期刊館藏發展
電子期刊館藏發展
Aggregated full text database
Serials cancellation
Big Deal
Serials collection development
Electronic journal collection development
出版社: 圖書資訊學研究所
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摘要: 期刊能迅速掌握各學科領域之發展,具內容新穎、報導深入以及出版傳播迅速等特色,是大學圖書館支援教學與研究活動不可或缺的重要館藏。然而,當期刊經費急遽攀升,圖書館卻普遍面臨預算停滯或縮減的窘境時,刪訂期刊成為圖書館在館藏管理上重要的程序。隨著資訊科技與網際網路的蓬勃發展,跨領域的匯集性全文資料庫及電子期刊成為學術傳播的新寵,也迫使圖書館必須更進一步仔細分析現有期刊館藏的內容與重新檢討期刊館藏的發展策略,且同時必須在紙本或電子二者之間作出訂購的決策。 本研究藉由文獻研究法、訪談法以及問卷調查法,探討電子期刊對國內大學圖書館紙本期刊刪訂的影響,最後根據研究分析結果,歸納出研究結論並提出建議。為收集更多意見使問卷內容完備,首先針對四所大學圖書館進行訪談,再以國內大學圖書館為問卷調查對象,共寄出67份問卷,回收有效問卷61份,回收率為91%。根據研究結果獲得結論如下:一、圖書館持續刪訂西文紙本期刊,訂購數量普遍減少;二、圖書館訂購電子期刊的費用持續增加,電子期刊館藏數量快速成長;三、電子期刊或匯集性全文資料庫的出現以及圖書經費不足同為影響紙本期刊刪訂的最重要因素;四、匯集性全文資料庫對紙本期刊刪訂有重要的影響性,具使用單一檢索介面可同時查詢多家期刊出版社的優勢,但卻有出版時間差的嚴重限制;五、電子期刊大量交易套裝銷售模式可提供圖書館更多的期刊資源,但無法有效降低期刊訂購成本;六、大學圖書館未來的期刊館藏發展策略將以電子期刊為主;七、以使用者需求為導向是圖書館期刊館藏發展與服務的重要理念;八、電子期刊產品計價模式複雜是圖書館在建立電子期刊館藏時最常遭遇的困難;九、積極參加聯盟與提供整合查詢介面是圖書館發展電子期刊館藏時最常採取的因應方式;十、永久性檔案與價格是圖書館發展電子期刊館藏時最為關心的議題。 依據研究結論,本研究提出下列六點建議:一、圖書館應積極建立電子期刊館藏發展政策;二、圖書館聯盟應強化深層合作並與國際接軌;三、圖書館應重視電子期刊取用的問題;四、圖書館應重視館員繼續教育的需求;五、圖書館應建立電子期刊評鑑的機制;六、圖書館應關心永久性檔案的相關發展。
Serials, which contain the most current information of all subjects, give the depth of reports of all sorts, can give us a picture of the latest development in every academic filed, and are important for university libraries to carry in order to support academic teachings and researches. Due to the continuing escalation of the costs of serials subscriptions, and the flat or diminished budget, serials cancellation has become a routine part of library collection development for universities. Along with the proliferating and expanding development of information technology and internet, aggregated full text databases and electronic journals are available and have become the favorite of scholarly communication. Such developments are so evident that academic libraries have no choice but to analyze more closely their serials collections and review their strategy for serials collection development, including making decisions between purchasing electronic and print formats. The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of electronic journals on serials cancellations in university libraries in Taiwan. Methods of this study include literature review, interviews and questionnaire survey. Questionnaires were from 67 copies distributed, 61 valid questionnaires were returned, with a return rate of 91%. The conclusions of this study are as following: 1. Libraries continue to cancel print journals in foreign languages and reduce the subscriptions.;2. Libraries continue to increase the expenses of purchasing electronic journals, which are being added to library collections at exponential rates.;3. The mature development of electronic journals and aggregated full text databases and the insufficient budget of libraries are two major factors that have great impact on serials cancellation.;4. Aggregated full text databases have a significant impact on serials cancellation and are able to access multiple publishers' journals online at a single search interface, while the embargo is a great restraint to their use. ; 5. Big Deal offered desirable benefits in large number of journal collections, but fail to reduce the costs of journal purchase.;6. Electronic journals will be the main collection strategy of university libraries in their future development.;7. Need-oriented users' service is the essential concept of serials collection development in the library.;8. The most frequent difficulty that the library encounters while establishing the electronic journal collection is the complex pricing models.;9. The methods that the libraries are used to adopt in response to the difficulties of establishing an electronic journal collection are joining the library consortium actively and providing a common user interface.;10. The mostly concerned issues when the library develops the electronic journal collection are the electronic archiving and the costs. Based on the results of this study, there are six suggestions: 1. Libraries should establish the development policy of the electronic journals collections.;2. Library consortia should strengthen cooperative interests and establish ties with international consortia.;3. Libraries should pay much attention to the problem of accessing electronic journals.;4. Libraries should pay greater attention to the librarians' continuing education.;5. Libraries should establish the model of electronic journals evaluation.;6. Libraries should pay more attention to the related development of electronic archiving.
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