The Development of Academic Data Services in Canada and China: Profiles of Data Services at Fudan University and the University of Windsor.

Kristi Thompson, Shenqin Yin

Abstract


A comparative perspective on the development of academic data services at Fudan University in China and at the University of Windsor in Canada.

Keywords


academic libraries; Chinese libraries; Canadian libraries; data services

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23974/ijol.2017.vol2.1.32

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