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I would now like to respond to the examiner's specific comments under research findings, using the headings in the report.
The advantages of e-journals were drawn from previous research, although Olsen's results about the desirability of annotation and browsing were not listed on the form. This was because of a desire to keep the survey instrument short to improve response rates. I agree that the case studies evidence is second-hand, but seemed a reasonable interpretation of the data. Were I rewriting the thesis, the new software comments under Other Insights might be relocated.
When asking scholars about their e-journal practices, I did not pursue the question of why they did or did not publish as this issue has been adequately covered in other published research on this topic.
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