Monday, June 06, 2005

SEPW June 6, 2005


Next 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.)


Current Cites 16, no. 5 (2005): Annotated references about information technology literature written by a team of librarians.


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).


EDUCAUSE Review 40, no. 3 (2005): Includes "Metadata: A Promising Solution" and other articles.


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.


Prosser, David C. "The Next Information Revolution—How Open Access Will Transform Scholarly Communications."


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).


SPARC Open Access Newsletter, no. 86 (2005): Includes "Publisher Policies on NIH-funded Authors," Top Stories from May 2005, "What Software Do We Need?," and other articles.