Monday, May 09, 2005

SEPW May 9, 2005


Next 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.


Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large 5, no. 7 (2005): Walt Crawford continues his incisive commentary on current issues, new articles worth reading, and other topics. Highly recommended.


Current Cites 16, no. 4 (2005): Annotated references about information technology literature written by a team of librarians.


DigitalKoans: Includes "How Green Is My Publisher?," "Not Green Enough," "Two Views of IRs," and other postings.


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.


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.