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    Language: German
    In: o-bib, 01 December 2015, Vol.2(4), pp.108-118
    Description: Der Beitrag greift den aktuellen Diskussionsstand um die Transformation des bisherigen Systems der Sondersammelgebiete (SSG) zur Förderung von Fachinformationsdiensten (FID) auf und skizziert den Übergang am Beispiel des FID Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft an der UB Leipzig. Es werden die Vorteile der neuen Förderrichtlinie, die Ausgestaltung des FID und die noch zu bewältigenden Problemfelder dargestellt. The current state of discussion about transforming the former Special Subject Fields Programme into a funding of Specialized Information Services is presented. The transition is illustrated using the example of the Information Service for Media and Communication Studies of the Leipzig University Library. The paper explains the advantages of the new funding programme as well as the design of the information service and the problem areas which are yet to be mastered.
    Subject(s): Sondersammelgebiet ; Virtuelle Fachbibliothek ; Fachinformationsdienst ; Recherche ; Literaturversorgung ; Medienwissenschaft ; Kommunikationswissenschaft ; Library & Information Science
    E-ISSN: 2363-9814
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