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Published on Sep 10, 2014
Trevor Namondwe and Patrick Mapulanga
Libraries in Malawi and most developing countries have access to e-resources equivalent to those accessed by libraries in developed countries, courtesy of INASP and EIFL. The problems in e-resources access in Malawi lies in financial constraints and poor connectivity. The Africa Connect optic fiber network connectivity promises to improve ICT infrastructure and reduce internet connectivity costs. Libraries therefore require solutions that will let publishers continue offering their services with as much content and service as possible with flexible pricing that offers customers real options, including the ability to reduce expenditures without loss of content.
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