Researchers are accessing journals a lot via gateways (e.g. Google or PubMed) and tend not to use advanced search. There are disciplinary variations in e-journal use. A lot of e-journal use takes place at evenings and weekends. Also "UK researchers are producing more articles, with more references, from a wider range of sources than they were two decades ago."
Photo by Sheila Webber: Dusk in the allotments, Hellingly, January 2011
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