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Research Information speaks on e-books for scholarly research

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Research Information editor Siân Harris spoke about 'E-books for scholarly research' at the recent E-books and E-content 2011 conference at University College London.

Issues discussed included how e-books are used in research, purchase models, the role of print, digitisation and digital rights management, as well as predictions for the future and trends to watch.

Click here to see her slides from the talk