Weblog Archive (March 2004)
March 22, 2004Next Weblog update on 4/5/04.
The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 17, no. 1 (2004): Includes "How Will We Know When the Revolution Arrives?" and other articles.
D-Lib Magazine 10, no. 3 (2004): Includes "The NSF National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Digital Library (NSDL) Program: New Projects in Fiscal Year 2003"; "The Right to Preserve: The Rights Issues of Digital Preservation"; and other articles.
EDUCAUSE Review 39, no. 2 (2004): Includes "The 'Weariness of the Flesh': Reflections on the Life of the Mind in an Era of Abundance" and other articles.
High Energy Physics Libraries Webzine, no 9 (2004): Includes "Connecting the Dots Downunder: Towards an Integrated Institutional Approach to Digital Content Management," "DSpace for E-Print Archives," "The eDoc-Server Project: Building an Institutional Repository for the Max Planck Society," "EULER—A Real Virtual Library for Mathematics," "PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information) and Safekeeping," and other articles.
Hughes, Lorna M. Digitizing Collections: Strategic Issues for the Information Manager. London: Facet, 2004.
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 39 (2004): "Libraries Stuck in the Middle: Reactive vs. Proactive Responses to the Science Journal Crisis," "Not Just Full-Text Articles: Comparing the Search Function Among Chemistry Electronic Journals' Web Sites," and other articles.
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 30, no. 1 (2004): Includes "Factors Influencing Distance-Education Graduate Students' Use of Information Sources: A User Study," "Identifying University Professors' Information Needs in the Challenging Environment of Information and Communication Technologies," and other articles.
Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries 1, no. 2 (2004): Includes "Implementation of Subject-Accessible Electronic Resources Through WELMA—The Welch Electronic Resource Management System," "Implementing PubMed's LinkOut to Full-Text E-Journals: Challenges and Solutions," "Managing Electronic Resources: The Yale University YELMO Project," "Transferring Group Licensing Skills From an Academic Consortial Model to a Statewide Association of Hospital Libraries," and other articles.
Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Information Supply 14, no. 2 (2004): Includes "Deeplinking and E-Reserves: A New Generation" and other articles.
Journal of Library Administration 39, no. 4 (2004): Includes "Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries: Building the Knowledge Bank at the Ohio State University" and other articles
Library Trends 52, no. 2 (2003): Includes "Can Document-Genre Metadata Improve Information Access to Large Digital Collections?," "Copyright Law and Organizing the Internet," "A Survey of Metadata Research for Organizing the Web," and other articles.
Online Information Review 28, no. 1 (2004): Includes "A Formalised Model of the Scientific Publication Process" and other articles.
Rhyno, Art. Using Open Source Systems for Digital Libraries. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2004.
Serials 17, no. 1 (2004): Includes "CAVEAT AUCTOR: Let the Author Beware!," "Electronic-Only in the Corporate Environment," "How Can There Be Open Access to Journal Articles?," "How to Make Your E-Resources Earn Their Keep," "Guerrillas in the Mist: Breaking Through Boundaries to Provide a First-Class Remote Library Service," "Libraries: Do They Have a Future in Academia—Or Only a Past?," "Marketing of Electronic Resources: Projects and Experiences," "The Radical Library and the Radical Librarian," "The Royal Society of New Zealand's Journals: How Can They Cope with the Changing Serials Environment?," and other articles.
ShelfLife, 18 March 2004: A weekly e-newsletter from RLG. Click on "Read Past Issues" to access the current issue.
March 8, 2004Next Weblog update on 3/22/04.
I established the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Weblog in June 2001 to provide current information about relevant new books, journal articles, and related resources between updates of the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Inspired by the pioneering blogging efforts of Gary Price (ResourceShelf), Peter Scott (Peter Scott's Library Blog), and others, I felt that a Web log would be a good way to meet this need, which was often expressed by SEPB users. Since then, a number of other excellent Web logs have been established (e.g., David Bigwood's Catalogablog and M. Claire Stewart's Current Copyright Readings). Of particular note is the outstanding Open Access News Web log, edited by Peter Suber. Over time, the overlap between SEPW and OAN has grown as the scope of coverage both Web logs widened, and SEPW has overlapped more with other Web logs as well. Given that these Web logs are typically daily publications, they are able to more effectively report breaking news from the many mailing lists and other information sources that I monitor than I can. Consequently, I have decided to return SEPW back to its original mission and to narrow its scope to primarily reporting new scholarly literature related to SEPB. This change will take place in the 3/22/04 SEPW. (My Scholarly Electronic Publishing Resources directory lists other high-quality Web logs that SEPW readers may also find of interest.)
"Announcing Our New Open-Access Journal, PLoS Medicine": Press release from the Public Library of Science about the Fall 2004 publication of their second open-access journal.
Borland, John. "Judge: DVD-Copying Software Is Illegal." CNET News.com, 20 Febuary 2004: Judge Susan Illston has "ruled that software company 321 Studios' popular DVD-copying products are illegal."
The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 16, no. 4 (2003): Includes "Comparing Consortial and Differential Pricing Models" and other articles.
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 37, nos. 1/2 (2004): Includes "Designing a Common Namespace for Searching Metadata-Enabled Knowledge Repositories: An International Perspective" and other articles.
College & Research Libraries News 65, no. 3 (2004): Includes "Gray Literature: Resources for Locating Unpublished Research," "The Public Library of Science: Open Access from the Ground Up," and other articles.
Creative Commons RDF-Enhanced Search: Prototype search engine lets you search for works that are available under Creative Commons licences.
Database of Digital Projects: Database of projects funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Digital and Preservation Dispatch, 3 March 2004: E-newsletter about digitization and preservation issues from the OCLC Digitization & Preservation Online Resource Center.
DPC/PADI What's New in Digital Preservation (October 2003-January 2004): Digital preservation news from the Digital Preservation Coalition and PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information).
"Jessica Litman on Redesign of Copyright": GrepLaw, 25 February 2004: Interview with the noted author of Digital Copyright: Protecting Intellectual Property on the Internet.
Library Resources & Technical Services 48, no. 1 (2004): Includes "Cataloging Electronic Books," "Gold Rush: Integrated Access to Aggregated Journal Text Through the OPAC," "Paper to PDF: Making License Agreements Accessible through the OPAC," and other articles.
McCullagh, Declan. "Court Doesn't Extend Database Protection." CNET News.com, 26 February 2004: Discusses an interesting federal court decision regarding protection of database contents under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
National Policies on Open Access (OA) Provision for University Research Output: An International Meeting: Presentations from the conference, which was held on 2/19/04 at New College, Southampton University.
New Review of Information Networking 9, no. 1 (2003): Includes "The Canadian Initiative on Digital Libraries," "The Electronic Publishing Initiative at Columbia (EPIC) and the Use and Costs Evaluation Program," and other articles.
Olsen, Stefanie. "Yahoo Crawls Deep into the Web." CNET News.com, 2 March 2004: Describes Yahoo's plans to index information in an "estimated 10 billion to 100 billion documents" in public databases.
The Open Archival Information System Reference Model: Introductory Guide: Technical report by Brian F. Lavoie of OCLC's Office of Research about this key digital preservation model.
Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems 38, no. 1 (2004): Includes "Digital Cultural Heritage Projects in Europe: An Overview of TRIS and the Take-up Trial Projects," "RoMEO Studies 6: Rights Metadata for Open Archiving," and other articles.
Quint, Barbara. "Thomson ISI to Track Web-Based Scholarship with NEC's CiteSeer." NewsBreaks, 3 March 2004: Discusses a joint effort to "create a comprehensive, multidisciplinary citation index for Web-based scholarly resources."
The Serials Librarian 45, no. 3 (2004): Includes "Beyond Title Lists: Incorporating Ejournals into the OPAC," "Cataloging as Cartography: Charting a Course Through the E-Journal Wilderness," "OpenURL and SFX Linking," "Understanding Embargoes and Utilizing Other Services," and other articles.
The Serials Librarian 45, no. 4 (2004): Includes "It's a Wrap (Part 3): The Full (W)Rap on Shrinkwrap Preservation of Journals" and other articles.
ShelfLife 4 March 2004: A weekly e-newsletter from RLG. Click on "Read Past Issues" to access the current issue.
Statement of Principles: Position paper by the Australian Digital Alliance and the Australian Libraries' Copyright Committee on the "implementation of copyright provisions in the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement."
Tenopir, Carol. "Online Scholarly Journals: How Many?" Library Journal, 1 February 2004: "I can say with confidence that as of the end of 2003, there are just under 50,000 scholarly journals and somewhere between one-third and just over one-half of them are in digital form."
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