This paper, based on three recent research projects, addresses some of the issues that are central to the acceptance and integration of electronic scholarly monographs and textbooks (henceforth, referred to as e‐monographs) into the academic library. The findings suggest that the almost casual use of terms like “digital library” and “hybrid library” belies the reality of a slow acceptance of nearly all digital textual resources other than journals, and a demonstrable lack of user take up of most kinds of electronic library‐information resources.
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