Academic Library consortia in Vietnam: Historical Context, current state and the prospect for development
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This research investigates whether Vietnam—a developing country with limited experience of library cooperation—is able to use consortia as a means of improving access to academic library content and services. The research uses a mixed methods approach, consisting of a questionnaire and interviews, to collect data addressing the research question: Are library consortia suited as a means of cooperation by Vietnamese academic libraries, and if so how can they be successfully developed and implemented?
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