The missing link: context loss in online databases
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Full-text databases do not allow for the complexity of the interaction of the human eye and brain with printed matter. As a result, both content and context may be lost. The authors propose additional indexing fields that would maintain the content and context of print in electronic formats.
Mi, J., & Nesta, F. (2005). The missing link: context loss in online databases. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 31(6), 578-585.
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