Digital Library Perspectives: Volume 39 Issue 2

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Copyright implications for the aggregation of audiovisual content in Greece

Afrodite Malliari, Ilias Nitsos, Sofia Zapounidou, Stavros Doropoulos

This paper aims to attempt to provide an overview of the copyright legal framework for audiovisual resources in Europe and Greece, how Audiovisual (AV) content is currently…

Plagiarism conundrum in Kenyan universities: an impediment to quality research

Joel Nakitare, Fredrick Otike

Plagiarism has been on the rise, mainly because of increased access to the internet and digital sources. To combat the threat of plagiarism, various universities have implemented…

Do students look for information differently? Information-seeking behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic

Tazbir Khan Tonmoy, Md. Anwarul Islam

The purpose of this study is to explore the COVID-19 information-seeking behavior of the students in a developing country. This study also explores how the use of information…

Digital information literacy skills and use of electronic resources by humanities graduate students at Kenneth Dike Library, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Osagie Oseghale

The purpose of this paper is to assess the level of digital information literacy (DIL) skill and use of electronic resources by humanities graduate students at Kenneth Dike…

Metadata creation practices at the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources library’s institutional repository

Gobbrey George Chapepa, Fiskani Ngwira, Patrick Mapulanga

The purpose of this study was to investigate metadata creation practices in a functional academic institution repository in Malawi, with a specific focus on the Lilongwe…

Summer of migration: consolidating institutional repositories into a redesigned singular platform

Allison Symulevich, Jason Boczar

The purpose of this paper is to describe a state mandated merger of two institutional repositories from two separate campuses of a university into one new institutional…

Metaverse academic library: would it be patronized?

Adebowale Jeremy Adetayo, Sowemimo Ronke Adekunmisi, Blessing Damilola Abata-Ebire, Adedokun Adedayo Adekunmisi

This study aims to examine if students would patronize metaverse academic library (MAL) if it becomes available in Nigeria.

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ISSN:

2059-5816

Online date, start – end:

2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Anna Maria Tammaro