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June 6, 2005Next Weblog update on 6/20/05.
Bradley, Kevin, ed. Guidelines on the Production and Preservation of Digital Objects. Amsterdam: International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives, 2005. (Order form.)
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 June 2005: Includes "From Gutenberg to Google: Five Views on the Search-Engine Company's Project to Digitize Library Books" and other articles. (See also related Forum.)
Data Science Journal 4 (2005): Includes "Digital Object Identifiers for Scientific Data" and other articles.
De Beer, Jennifer A. "Open Access Scholarly Communication in South Africa: Current Status, Significance, and the Role for National Information Policy in the National System of Innovation." Masters thesis, Department of Information Science, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, 2005.
DigitalKoans: Includes "The Journal of Electronic Publishing Is Reborn"; "Online Ph.D. Programs Redux"; "Strategic Planning Efforts at ARL Libraries, Part 1"; "Strategic Planning Efforts at ARL Libraries, Part 2"; "Will You Only Harvest Some?"; and other postings.
DLF Newsletter 5, no. 2 (2005): Reports from Digital Library Federation members.
DPC/PADI What's New in Digital Preservation, no. 10 (2005): Digital preservation news from the Digital Preservation Coalition and PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information).
The Electronic Library 23, no. 2 (2005): Includes "Development of a Medical Digital Library Managing Multiple Collections," "Digital Library Services at the Indian Statistical Institute," "Electronic Publications for Chinese Public Libraries: Challenges and Opportunities," "The Role of the Library in a Wired Society—Compete or Withdraw: A Business Perspective," "Setting up an Electronic library: The Case of TER," "The Spectator Project: The Eighteenth Century Mind in the Twenty-First Century Machine," and other articles.
Hilden, Julie. "Will the Future Bring Even More Important Copyright Issues Than the Ones Raised by Online File-Swapping? The Thorny Question of How to Define Copyright for New Media." FindLaw, 24 May 2005.
INDICARE Monitor 2, no. 2 (2005): Includes "A2K: Access to Knowledge—Make It Happen"; "National Libraries, Preservation and Digital Rights Management"; "The Use of Digital Rights Management in Document Supply"; and other articles.
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 31, no. 3 (2005): Includes "Copyright Policies and the Deciphering of Fair Use in the Creation of Reserves at University Libraries," "Government Information in the Digital Age: The Once and Future Federal Depository Library Program," "Open Access Publishing: The Evidence from the Authors," "Remote Access Revisited: Disintermediation and its Discontents," "The SPARC Initiative: A Survey of Participants and Features Analysis of Their Journals," and other articles.
New Library World 106, no. 5/6 (2005): "Electronic Resource Management Systems: The Need and the Realization" and other articles.
PREMIS Working Group. Data Dictionary for Preservation Metadata. Dublin, OH: OCLC and RLG, 2005.
Redfearn, Judy. "Questions and Answers about Opening up Access to Research Results."
Science & Technology Libraries 25, no. 4 (2005): Includes "An Emerging Picture of Mathematicians' Use of Electronic Resources: The Effect of Withdrawal of Older Print Volumes," "A Metadata Element Set for Project Documentation," "Science and Technology Wikis," and other articles.
The Serials Librarian 48, no. 1/2 (2005): Includes "ACM's Experience with Licensing Its Digital Library"; "Alternative Publishing—Revolution to Evolution"; "Alternative Scholarly Publishing: A Commercial Publisher's Perspective"; "The Economics of Scholarly Publishing: Through a Glass Darkly"; "Electronic Resource Management: The Quest for Systems and Standards"; "Hidden Costs of E-Journals"; "How Journals Are Made: Real Work Workflows, Real Work"; "Licensing Electronic Products at the American Psychological Association"; "Open Is as Open Does: Pulling Success Out of the Open Hat"; "The Print/Electronic Tightrope: A Case Study in Publication Finances for a Medium-Sized Nonprofit Society"; "Proliferating Pricing Models"; "Quality in the Electronic Era"; "What's the Big Deal?"; "What's the Big Deal? 'Take 2' or, How to Make It Work for You"; and other articles.
Shapiro, Debra, ed. EScholarship: A LITA Guide. Chicago: LITA, 2005. (Press release.)
SPARC E-News (April-May 2005): News about the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC).
May 23, 2005Next Weblog update on 6/6/05.
College & Research Libraries News 66, no. 5 (2005): Includes "Antitrust Issues in Scholarly and Legal Publishing: Report on an Invitational Symposium in Washington, D.C." and other articles.
D-Lib Magazine 11, no. 5 (2005): Includes "The Cultural Heritage Language Technologies Consortium," "What Readers Want: A Study of E-Fiction Usability," and other articles.
DigitalKoans: Includes "Early Adopters of IRs: A Brief Bibliography," "Is the Access Spectrum a Red Herring or Are Green and Gold Too Black and White?," "Online Ph.D. Programs: Unique Clientele?," "The Spectrum of E-Journal Access Policies: Open to Restricted Access," and other postings.
INDICARE Monitor 2, no. 2 (2005): Includes "Fair Use Licensing in Library Context," "Preservation versus Exploitation: Dilemmas in the Reissue of Historical Recordings," "QA Focus Information for Digital Libraries: A Case Study of CC Implementation," "The Role of Digital Rights Management in Library Lending," "The Role of Digital Rights Management in Open Access," and other articles.
Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 42 (2005): Includes "Global Access to Indian Research: Indian STM Journals Online"; "The Importance of Open Access, Open Source, and Open Standards for Libraries"; "Scientific Research: The Publication Dilemma"; and other articles.
Journal of Documentation 61, no. 2 (2005): Includes "Comparison and Evaluation of the User Interfaces of E-Journals," "Scholarly Journal Usage: The Results of Deep Log Analysis," and other articles.
Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 37, no. 1 (2005): Includes "Access and Reproduction Policies of University Digital Collections," "Editorial: Open Access and the UK Science and Technology Select Committee Report Free for All?," and other articles.
Library Hi Tech 23, no. 1 (2005): Includes "Copyright in the Networked World: Author's Rights," "Movement toward a Predominantly Electronic Journal Collection," and other articles.
LLRX.com: Includes "The Problem of Orphan Works" and other articles.
New Library World 106, no. 3/4 (2005): Includes "Looking at Electronic Resources Librarians: Is There Gender Equity within This Emerging Specialty?," "Participation in the Global Knowledge Commons: Challenges and Opportunities for Research Dissemination in Developing Countries," and other articles.
ONLINE 29, no. 3 (2005): Includes "Copyright Clearances: First Sale's Slow Fade," "Studying Google Scholar: Wall to Wall Coverage?," and other articles.
Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems 39, no. 1 (2005): Includes "Books from the Past: An E-Books Project at Culturenet Cymru" and other articles.
Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems 39, no. 2 (2005): Includes "Electronic Thesis Development at Cranfield University," "Serials Solutions and LinkFinderPlus at the University of Wales Swansea," and other articles.
May 9, 2005Next Weblog update on 5/23/05. (Note: A question mark after a year in a journal reference means that I cannot verify the volume year.)
Ariadne, no. 43 (2005): Includes "Digital Preservation: Best Practice and its Dissemination," "E-Archiving: An Overview of Some Repository Management Software Tools," "Installing Shibboleth," "Opening Up OpenURLs with Autodiscovery," "Supporting Digital Preservation and Asset Management in Institutions," "'What Are Your Terms?'," and other articles. Also in this issue, reviews of the following books: "Building an Electronic Resource Collection: A Practical Guide," "Digital Libraries: Principles and Practice in a Global Environment," "Managing Digital Rights: A Practitioner's Guide," and "Metadata for Information Management and Retrieval."
Barton, Mary R. Creating an Institutional Repository: LEADIRS Workbook. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2004: Very detailed workbook (134 pages long) about all aspects of building an institutional repository, including financial aspects.
First Monday 10, no. 5 (2005): Includes "De-Unifying a Digital Library," "Evaluation of Digital Libraries Using Snowball Sampling," and other articles.
Journal of Internet Cataloging 7, no. 1 (2005): "Building a Common Catalog for Cultural Heritage Repositories: A Case Study of the Ohio Memory Online Scrapbook," "Collaborative Cataloging: Using Dublin Core to United Local Heritage Organizations," and other articles.
Journal of Library Administration 42, no. 2 (2005): "Access Management: Challenging Orthodoxies," "Collecting at the Edge—Transforming Scholarship," "Collections of Record and Scholarly Communications: The Responsibilities of the Research Library in a Rapidly Evolving Digital World," "Ithaka and Its Incubation Function: An Introduction," "Open Access: Unlocking the Value of Scientific Research," "A Snapshot in Time: ARL Libraries and Electronic Journal Resources," and other articles.
Journal of the Medical Library Association 93, no. 2 (2005): Includes "Online Journals' Impact on the Citation Patterns of Medical Faculty" and other articles.
Library Hi Tech News 22, no. 3 (2005): Includes " E-Profile: Scirus1: For Scientific Information Only" and other articles.
Medical Reference Services Quarterly 24, no. 2 (2005?): Includes "What Is BioOne?" and other articles.
Online Information Review 29, no. 2 (2005): Includes "Google Scholar: The Pros and the Cons," "The Impact of Electronic Information Delivery on Reference Enquiries," and other articles.
Resource Sharing & Information Networks 17, no: 1/2 (2005?): Includes "Cooperative Dimensions of a Digitization Project," "Digital Preservation of These and Dissertations Through Collaboration," and other articles.
The Serials Librarian 47, no. 4 (2005): Includes "Beginning to See the Light: Developing a Discourse for Electronic Resource Management"; "Can SFX Replace Your Homegrown Periodicals Holding List? How the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Made the Transition"; "Customized Electronic Resources Management System for a Multi-Library University: Viewpoint from One Library"; "Electronic Resource Management: Transition from In-House to In-House/Vendor Approach"; "Electronic Resources Management Systems: The Experience of Beta Testing and Implementation"; "Evolutionary Approach to Managing E-Resources"; "Implementing EBSCO's A-to-Z and LinkSource Products for Improved Electronic Journal Management"; "Integrating and Streamlining Electronic Resources Workflows via Innovative's Electronic Resource Management"; "The Master Serial List at Montana State University—A Simple, Easy to Use Approach"; ""One-Stop: Serials Management with TDNet"; "Taming the E-Journal Jungle: The University of South Carolina's Experience with TDNet"; "Transition to E-Journals at Texas A&M University, 1995-2004"; and other articles.
SPARC Open Access Newsletter, no. 85 (2005): News and commentary about the open access movement by Peter Suber. Includes "Archived Postprints Should Identify Themselves," "NIH Policy Launches Today," "Trojan Horse Eprints," and other articles.
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