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Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives
This article aims to focus on usage data in respect to full-text downloads of journal articles, which is considered an important usage (satisfaction) metric by librarians and publishers. The purpose is to evaluate the evidence regarding full-text viewing by pooling together data on the full-text viewing of tens of thousands of users studied as part of a number of investigations of e-journal databases conducted during the Virtual Scholar research programme.
Nicholas, David; Huntington, Paul; Jamali, Hamid R.; Rowlands, Ian; Dobrowolski, Tom; and Tenopir, Carol, "Viewing and Reading Behaviour in a Virtual Environment: The Full-Text Download and What Can Be Read Into It" (2008). School of Information Sciences -- Faculty Publications and Other Works.