Author: Nancy Courtney
Abstract: Discusses effects of academic unaffiliated access, in the US. In particular how technology has impacted and limited access from 1980s to 2000 through licensing restrictions and replacement of print serials with ejournals delivering greater control to vendors over access to non-local users.
Courtney, N. (2001). Barbarians at the gates: a half-century of unaffiliated users in academic libraries. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 27, 473–480.
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