Laboratory on Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing Archive and Library Sciences Department, Ionian University. Information seeking behavior of astronomers. Hara Brindesi, Head librarian, Eugenides Foundation Library Sarantos Kapidakis, Professor of Ionian University.
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Laboratory on Digital Libraries and Electronic PublishingArchive and Library Sciences Department, Ionian University
Hara Brindesi, Head librarian, Eugenides Foundation Library
Sarantos Kapidakis, Professor of Ionian University
Keeping up-to-date with the latest papers following?is absolutely important for the majority of the astronomers
The importance of keeping up-to-date is strong mostly among the professors and researchers, less among the PHD students and even less among the MSc students.
The more important astronomers feel it is to keep up to date, the more hours they spend for research.
Methods considered important for keeping up-to-date date, the more hours they spend for research.
According to choice 5=daily date, the more hours they spend for research.
Greek astronomers deposit most of their papers in e-print archives like arXiv.org, particularly after the paper has been accepted by the journal
Factors contributing to the effectiveness of online searching