There’s a very interesting, recent report from CIBER entitled Social media and research workflow.
In particular, on page 29, it makes the following conclusion:
Researchers also sent a clear message to librarians. At the top of their wish list, and by a big margin, is a desire to be able to search across the full text of all locally-held licensed e-content using a simple interface like Google. This is seen as a much greater potential benefit than libraries moving into the social media space by offering users, for example, an opportunity to socially tag the library catalogue.
This fits in very well with the idea of JournalTOCs and the offer to libraries of a free trial of a lightweight scholarly journals tables of contents customisation service which will provide each participating library with a searchable and browsable database of the most recent tables of contents of up to 15,000 scholarly journals to which that library subscribes.