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Hi all,

 

According to one of my colleagues, JSTOR once made an offer to take
journals from libraries, scan them, and return them to the libraries as
electronic files for free. Does anyone know of a similar free service
for medical literature?

 

Cheers,

Lisa Travis, M.S.

Medical Librarian

Lon and Elizabeth Parr Reed Medical and Allied Health Library

Carnegie-Vincent Library

Lincoln Memorial University

6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway

Harrogate, TN 37752
(800) 325-0900 ext. 7132 toll-free office

(423) 869-7132 office
(423) 869-6426 fax

http://library.lmunet.edu/medlib




 



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