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E-Journal Survey 2002

Business Yes No NR
Has the change to e-only access to Elsevier journals inconvenienced you I any way 1 24 2
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your research 3 24 1
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your teaching/students 4 20 3
Would you support such a move 19 5 3
Interest in email bulletin 24 2 1
Number of Responses 27

 

Environment Yes No NR
Has the change to e-only access to Elsevier journals inconvenienced you I any way   18  
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your research   18  
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your teaching/students   18  
Would you support such a move 17   1
Interest in email bulletin 16   2
Number of Responses 18

 

Technology Yes No NR
Has the change to e-only access to Elsevier journals inconvenienced you I any way   30 2
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your research 1 29 2
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your teaching/students 2 28 2
Would you support such a move 30 1 1
Interest in email bulletin 27   5
Number of Responses 32

 

Science Yes No NR
Has the change to e-only access to Elsevier journals inconvenienced you I any way 4 64  
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your research 1 67  
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your teaching/students 3 60 5
Would you support such a move 60 2 6
Interest in email bulletin 57 3 8
Number of Responses 68

 

HUMSS Yes No NR
Has the change to e-only access to Elsevier journals inconvenienced you I any way 4 30 2
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your research 4 30 2
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your teaching/students 5 28 3
Would you support such a move 30 4 2
Interest in email bulletin 33 1 2
Number of Responses 36

 

Non-faculty/not known Yes No NR
Has the change to e-only access to Elsevier journals inconvenienced you I any way 1 13 1
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your research 1 13 1
Would a further extension of e-only access inconvenience your teaching/students 1 12 2
Would you support such a move 13 2  
Interest in email bulletin 12 2 1
Number of Responses 15

Total Number of responses - 196

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