OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 25 Issue 1


Library and Information Science

Table of contents - Special Issue: Open access and scholarly communication: part 3

Smack down: copyright cases head to court (part 2)

Norm Medeiros

This paper aims to highlight the recent copyright lawsuit filed by Viacom against YouTube and parent company, Google.

The advent of twenty‐first century library services

Robert Fox

This column aims to examine the issue of modular library technology infrastructure, and how it can help libraries to offer more flexible services to patrons.

Strategic analysis for digital library development

H. Frank Cervone

This paper aims to introduce a methodology for strategic analysis which can used in digital library development. This methodology can be used as a precursor process that…

Open access publishing in high‐energy physics

Salvatore Mele

The purpose of this paper is to provide a description of the SCOAP3 model, aiming to achieve a transition of peer‐reviewed literature of an entire field, high‐energy…

The GNU/Linux desktop: an open access primer for libraries

Eric P. Delozier

The purpose of this paper is to describe the GNU/Linux operating system, with special attention to its use as a desktop computing platform in libraries.

Establishing a central open access fund

Matthew Cockerill

The purpose of this paper is to provide detailed information on how the University of Nottingham established a central fund to pay for open access publication of research…

Open access and institutional repositories in Greece: progress so far

Elisavet Chantavaridou

The purpose of this paper is to present the current situation regarding open access and institutional repositories (IRs) in Greece.

Scholarly communication initiatives at Georgetown University: lessons learned

Theodora A. Bakker, Marcus A. Banks

The paper aims to describe the launching of Georgetown University's Scholarly Communication Symposium Series in 2003, and ongoing efforts to raise faculty and librarian…



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