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Towards User-Centric Evaluation of UK Non-Print Legal Deposit: A Digital Library Futures White Paper

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http://elegaldeposit.org/dlf-white-paper
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUniversity of Glasgow
PublisherDigital Library Futures
Pages1-36
Publication statusPublished - 21 May 2019

Abstract

The Digital Library Futures project was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (2017-2019) to investigate the impact of Non-Print Legal Deposit (NPLD) upon UK academic deposit libraries and their users. The project was led by Dr. Paul Gooding (University of Glasgow) as Principal Investigator, with the Co-Investigator, Professor Melissa Terras (University of Edinburgh) and Senior Research Associate, Linda Berube (University of East Anglia). This white paper provides the first research into this topic, and represents a benchmark study which holds relevance for other nations dealing with the implementation of e-legal deposit.

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  • library, Digital Libraries, legal deposit, web archives

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