WE ENSURE WIDESPREAD ADOPTION AND USAGE OF LICENSED E-RESOURCES
A student uses e-resources at the University of Yangon e-library in Myanmar, a project recently launched by EIFL.
A student uses e-resources at the University of Yangon e-library in Myanmar, a project recently launched by EIFL.

Research shows that often researchers, students and academics are not aware that their libraries have access to high quality e-resources. E-resources have a higher impact when libraries are fully integrated into the institutional culture of research, teaching and education.

To support libraries in maximizing access to e-resources, the EIFL Licensing Programme works closely with partner library consortia to raise awareness and increase participation and usage of e-resources.

FACTS

1

The number of subscriptions increased by over 40% in 2013-2014.

 

2

There were more than 5 million full text downloads from EIFL-licensed resources in 2015.