Monday, November 21, 2005

SEPW November 21, 2005

Next Weblog update on 12/5/05.


Center for Intellectual Property and Copyright. Colleges, Code, and Copyright: The Impact of Digital Networks and Technological Controls on Copyright and the Dissemination of Information in Higher Education. Chicago: ACRL, 2005. (Publisher's description)


Covey, Denise Troll. Acquiring Copyright Permission to Digitize and Provide Open Access to Books. Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources and Digital Library Federation, 2005.


Crews, Kenneth D. Copyright Law for Librarians And Educators: Creative Strategies And Practical Solutions, 2nd ed. Chicago: ALA, 2005. (Publisher's description)


DigitalKoans includes "The Sony BMG Rootkit Fiasco" and other postings.


D-Lib Magazine 11, no. 11 (2005): Includes "Public Domain Art in an Age of Easier Mechanical Reproducibility," "Questions & Challenges Arising in Building the Collection of a Digital Library for Education
Lessons from Five Years of DLESE
," "Requirements for Digital Preservation Systems: A Bottom-Up Approach," "What Is a Digital Library Anymore, Anyway? Beyond Search and Access in the NSDL," and other articles.


The Draft Report of the American Council of Learned Societies' Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for Humanities and Social Sciences (for Public Comment).


Hardy, Rachel, Charles Oppenheim, Tim Brody, and Steve Hitchcock. "Open Access Citation Information."


INASP Newsletter, no. 29 (2005): Includes "Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Defining the Objective and Secondary Challenges," "Institutional Repositories—Today's Realities," "Using Open Source Software Greenstone for a Network of Digital Collections," and other articles.


Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 44 (2005): Includes "Federal Repositories: Comparative Advantage in Open Access?" and other articles.


McCulloch, Emma, Ali Shiri, and Dennis Nicholson. "Challenges and Issues in Terminology Mapping: A Digital Library Perspective."


Morris, Sally. "When Is a Journal not a Journal? A Closer Look at the DOAJ."


Morrison, Heather, and Andrew Waller. "Open Access: Basics and Benefits."


Rydberg-Cox, Jeffrey A. Digital Libraries and the Challenges of Digital Humanities. Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2005. (Publisher description)


ScieCom.Info, no. 3 (2005): Includes "Electronic Publications—Access Now and in the Future," "Modes of Publication and Scientific Quality," "The Simple Book," "Trials and Tribulations? Editing Information Research, an Open Access Electronic Journal," and "The Why and How of JISC Support for Open Access."


Surratt, Brian E. "ETD Release Policies in American ARL Institutions: A Preliminary Study." (See also related spreadsheet.)


Waxer, Barbara, and Marsha Baum. Internet Surf and Turf, Revealed: The Essential Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Finding Media. Boston: Thomson Course Technology, 2005. (Publisher's description)


Willinsky, John. The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 2005. (Publisher description.)