Weblog Archive (July 2004)
July 26, 2004Next Weblog update on 8/9/04.
CLIR Issues, no. 40 (2004): Includes "Commission to Explore New Infrastructure for Digital Scholarship," "DLF Forum Update," and other articles.
D-Lib Magazine 10, no. 7/8 (2004): Includes "The Continuing Access and Digital Preservation Strategy for the UK Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)"; "Integration of Non-OAI Resources for Federated Searching in DLIST, an Eprints Repository"; "The Role of ERPANET in Supporting Digital Curation and Preservation in Europe"; "Thirteen Ways of Looking at. . . Digital Preservation"; and other articles.
DPC/PADI What's New in Digital Preservation, no. 8 (2004): Digital preservation news from the Digital Preservation Coalition and PADI (Preserving Access to Digital Information).
The Electronic Library 22, no. 3 (2004): Includes "Bringing Collections to Life, Digitising Local Studies and Special Collections: The COLLAGE Project"; "Electronic Libraries and the Emergence of New Service Paradigms"; "Metadata and Cataloging Practices"; and other articles.
House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology. Scientific Publications: Free for All?: "This Report recommends that all UK higher education institutions establish institutional repositories on which their published output can be stored and from which it can be read, free of charge, online. It also recommends that Research Councils and other Government funders mandate their funded researchers to deposit a copy of all of their articles in this way."
Interlending & Document Supply 32, no. 2 (2004): Includes "Collection Coherence and Digital Abundance: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Document Supply," "License to Deny? Publisher Restrictions on Document Delivery from E-Licensed Journals," "Remote Document Supply in Iceland Before and After Nationwide Access to 8000 E-Journals: The Story So Far," "What's the 'Big Deal,' and Why Is It a Bad Deal for Universities?," and other articles.
Journal of the Medical Library Association 92, no. 3 (2004): Includes "Quality Markers and Use of Electronic Journals in an Academic Health Sciences Library"; "Update on Inflation of Journal Prices: Brandon/Hill List Journals and the Scientific, Technical, and Medical Publishing Market"; and other articles.
Library Hi Tech 22, no. 2 (2004): Includes "A Bibliographic Metadata Infrastructure for the Twenty-First Century"; "Medium or Message? A New Look at Standards, Structures, and Schemata for Managing Electronic Resources"; "ProPrint World-Wide Print-on-Demand Services for Study and Research"; "Repurposing MARC Metadata: Using Digital Project Experience to Develop a Metadata Management Design"; "Visual Image Repositories at the Washington State University Libraries"; and other articles.
Library Technology Reports 40, no. 4 (2004): Includes "Establishing an Institutional Repository."
Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography (Version 54): This new SEPB version includes over 2,150 articles, books, and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet. The "Scholarly Electronic Publishing Resources" directory includes over 270 related Web sites.
Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community 17, no. 2 (2004): Includes "COUNTER—Increasing the Value of Online Usage Statistics," "Digital Rights Management: Preventing or Enabling Access?," "HINARI and AGORA: Revolutionizing Access to Scientific Information in the Developing World," "Launching PLoS Biology—Six Months in the Open," "NESLi2: A Report on Progress," "Radical Change by Traditional Means: Deep Resource Sharing by the University of California Libraries," "The Secret Life of STM Publishing," "Two-Way Traffic: Information Exchange between the Developing and Developed World," "Zwolle's Contribution to Good Copyright Relationships," and other articles.
July 12, 2004Next Weblog update on 7/26/04.
The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances 17, no. 2 (2004): Includes "Collection Management in the Electronic Environment," "Electronic Journals Redux," and other articles.
Journal of the Medical Library Association 92, no. 3 (2004): Includes "Quality Markers and Use of Electronic Journals in an Academic Health Sciences Library—IRP"; "Update on Inflation of Journal Prices: Brandon/Hill List Journals and the Scientific, Technical, and Medical Publishing Market"; and other articles.
Learned Publishing 17, no. 3 (2004): Includes "Authors and Open Access Publishing," "CrossRef and the Research Experience," "Data Protection and Peer Review," "The Demand Side of STM publishing: Understanding Value Creation in New Market Units," "The Open Access Scientific Journal: An Empirical Study," "Research Practices and Scholarly Communication in the Digital Environment," and other articles.
Library & Information Research, no. 88 (2004): Includes "The E-Measures Project: Developing Statistical Measures for Electronic Resources in HE Libraries" and other articles.
Library Hi Tech News 21, no. 5 (2003): Includes "Open Archives Initiative Service Providers. Part II: Science and Technology" and other articles.
The Library Quarterly 74, no. 1 (2004): Includes "The Gnosis of Media" and other articles.
Library Review 53, no. 4 (2004): Includes: "Awareness of Quality Assurance Procedures in Digital Preservation" and other articles.
Library Review 53, no. 5 (2004): Includes "The Case for Metadata Harvesting," "The DAEDALUS Project, Developing Institutional Repositories at Glasgow University: the Story So Far," and other articles.
LIBRES 14, no. 1 (2004): Includes "Communicating Digital Library Services to Scientific Communities" and other articles.
Nature Web Focus: Access to the Literature: The Debate Continues: Includes "A Professional Society's Take on Access to the Scientific Literature" and other articles.
OCLC Systems & Services 20, no. 2 (2004): Includes "Developing a Digital Archive with Limited Resources," "A Repository of Our Own: The E-LIS E-Prints Archive," and other articles.
Open Access Now, 5 July 2004: Includes "Baby Steps from the Market Leader," "European Inquiry into Scientific Publishing," "Wellcome Support for Open Access," and other articles.
Publishing Research Quarterly 20, no. 1 (2004): Includes "CERN Document Server: Document Management System for Grey Literature in a Networked Environment," "Quality of Grey Literature in the Open Access Era: Privilege and Responsibility," and other articles.
Schonfeld, Roger C., Donald W. King, Ann Okerson, and Eileen Gifford Fenton. The Nonsubscription Side of Periodicals: Changes in Library Operations and Costs between Print and Electronic Formats. Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2004: "Our findings suggest that nonsubscription costs are lower, on a per-title basis, in electronic than in print format. The per-title effect is more pronounced at smaller libraries, mainly because they license relatively large collections of electronic titles in comparison to the size of their print collections. Relative to collection size, however, the cost benefits of the electronic format exist across the board."
SEPB Use Statistics Update: The 2003 numbers are in: 1,023,619 file requests; 2,827 average daily file requests; 634,607 page requests; and 1,752 average daily page requests. File requests are up by 401,308 from 2002. There were 117,777 distinct hosts served, which is up by 23,313 from 2002. From October 1996 to December 2003, there were 3,028,681 file requests. (Due to technical problems, there was no Web log data for February and only partial data for August, September, and October.) A description of data analysis procedures (and detailed use data for the 1996-2000 period) can be found in:
SPARC Open Access Newsletter, no. 75 (2004): News and commentary about the open access movement by Peter Suber.
VINE 34, no. 2 (2004): Includes "The Digital Preservation Coalition"; "Digital Preservation of Audio, Video and Film"; "ERPANET: a European Platform for Enabling Digital Preservation"; "Practical Experiences of the Dutch Digital Preservation Test-Bed"; "The Preservation of Databases"; "The Role of Format in Digital Preservation"; and other articles.
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