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Managing expanding e-resource collections effectively, promoting awareness and usage, and negotiating with vendors can often be a challenge.
See below for links to some useful resources in these areas, and please email us at subscriptions [at] eifl.net if you know of any other helpful sources of information and guidance which we can share with the EIFL network.
e-E-Books_in_libraries: A Briefing Document Developed in Preparation for a Workshop on E-Lending in Libraries (Berkmann Center for Internet & Society, July 2012)
Electronic Resource Guide (IFLA)
The purpose of this Guide is to help develop an awareness of the key issues that every library will need to consider and address in developing an e-portfolio.
Examples of useful articles:
The full list of articles is available here.
eVALUEd toolkit (University of Central England)
The evalued toolkit is designed to support information services staff in the evaluation of electronic information services (EIS).