Evaluation of the Electronic Libraries Programme
Synthesis of Annual Reports


Electronic Journals

Electronic Journal Environment for Law: Journal of Information, Law and Technology

An Open Journal Framework: Integrating Electronic Journals with Networked Information Resources

DeLiberations on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Electronic Seminars in History and Reviews in History

Internet Archaeology: an international electronic journal for archaeology

Parallel Publishing for Transactions (PPT)

Sociological Research Online

The Electronic Journal and Learned Societies

The SuperJournal Project

Access to Network Resources


CAIN (Conflict Archive on the Internet)

EEVL (Edinburgh Engineering Virtual Library)


OMNI (Organising Medical Networked Information)

ROADS (Resource Organisation and Discovery in Subject-based services)

RUDI (Resource for Urban Design Information)

SOSIG (Social Science Information Gateway)

Electronic Document Delivery


LAMDA (London/Manchester Document Delivery)

SEREN (Sharing of Educational Resources in an Electronic Network in Wales)

FIDDO (Focused investigation of Document Delivery Options) [ Supporting Study.]

On-Demand Publishing


ERIMS (Electronic Readings in Management Studies)


Inter-Institutional Networking of Learning Materials (eOn)

On-Demand Publishing in the Humanities

Project Phoenix: On Demand Publishing in the Electronic Libraries Programme

SCOPE (Scottish Collaborative On-demand Publishing Enterprise)


DIAD (Digitisation in Art and Design)

Internet Library of Early Journals

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