Tag Archive for 'Open Access'

IV Jornada abierta sobre Desarrollo de la Colección y de los Servicios de Acceso

IV Jornada abierta sobre Desarrollo de la Colección y de los Servicios de Acceso “Colección y Ciencia de la Información” viernes 24 de abril, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Primera comunicación Antecedentes La cátedra de Desarrollo de la Colección y de los Servicios de Acceso, de la carrera de Bibliotecología […]

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ACRL 2015

Michelle Demeter. “New Roles for the Road Ahead: ACRL commissioned report considers new emerging roles within academic librarianship.”

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A Collection Management course

THE WAY I SEE IT: Tony Horava. “Teaching students what we do: A collection management course.”

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Kuopio 5 : Leading Collection Management conference

The National Repository Library of Finland will host the international collection management conference “Aligning commercial and public document repositories to facilitate free and sustainable information” as its 25th Anniversary event. It will be held in Kuopio, Finland 21.-22. May 2015. This conference will offer a fertile field in which new […]

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Ford Foundation Requires Creative Commons Licenses for Funded Projects

Ford Foundation Requires Creative Commons Licenses for Funded Projects The Ford Foundation has adopted a policy, effective February 1, that requires its grantees and consultants to use the Creative Commons license CC-BY 4.0 for all projects and research funded by the foundation. Materials resulting from these funded projects and research […]

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ALCTS Web Course: Fundamentals of Collection Development & Management

Session 1: March 9 – April 3, 2015 This four-week online course addresses the basic components of collection development and management (CDM) in libraries. Complete definition of collection development and collection management: Collections policies and budgets as part of library planning Collection development (selecting for and building collections) Collection management […]

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University of Leipzig cancels contract negotiation with Elsevier

Because of the agressive price policy and a lack of willingness to start a discussion on alternative licence models, the University of Leipzig decided to break off licensing negotiations and cancelled all Elsevier Journals for 2015. For similar reason, the University of Konstanz had cancelled negotiations with Elsevier in 2014: […]

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