Info de l’ABES : Journée 40 ans d’ISSN : interventions en ligne

Bonjour,

Les communications et vidéos de la Journée ISSN du 4 novembre 2015 sont en ligne.

Pour rappel, le programme de cette très enrichissante journée était le suivant :

Ouverture de la journée

– L’ISSN, pivot de la coopération entre l’ABES, les réseaux Sudoc et Sudoc PS, et les éditeurs

– PIE-J : la présentation et l’identification des revues en ligne

– Chantiers, outils et collaborations : autour des publications en série en ligne

– ROAD : le réseau ISSN au service du Répertoire des Ressources scientifiques en Accès Ouvert

– Coopérer grâce à l’ISSN : signalement et accès à la presse ancienne locale en ligne

– BACON, base de connaissance nationale

– ISSN-L et Open URL

– The Keepers : un registre au service de la préservation des revues électroniques

– Table ronde : La révision de la norme en 2016 : repenser l’ISSN pour relever les défis du numérique

Clôture

Bon visionnage !

Publicités

ISSN Newletter n°38 (octobre 2015)

La dernière mouture est en ligne ici !

J’y ai noté, entre autres choses, le « call for paper » de l’IFLA :

2016 IFLA News Media Conference

Reviving the past and keeping up with the future – the libraries’ role in preserving and providing access to newspapers and news media
Bonne lecture !

Journée d’étude : « l’ISSN face à la transition numérique » (4 novembre 2015)

Journée organisée par le Centre International de l’ISSN à l’occasion de son 40e anniversaire.

Plus d’informations à lire ici !

Tout savoir sur l’ISSN !

Bonjour,

Mon petit nom du temps où je m’occupais du service des périodiques à la BU Sciences était « Mme ISSN ». Et même affublée de ce sobriquet, force est de constater que j’en apprends encore sur l’ISSN. Heureusement d’ailleurs !
Pour tout savoir ou presque sur l’ISSN, vous pouvez visiter cette page de la BNF et également le site du Centre ISSN. Vous y apprendrez qu’il y a plus de 1.8 millions d’ISSN attribués et que 60 000 ISSN sont attribués chaque année.

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Un sujet un peu moins sérieux mais tout autant bibliothéconomique dans le prochain message !

Bonne après-midi.

ISSN newsletter n°28, Novembre 2014

La Newsletter du CIEPS est à lire en ligne à ce lien en raison de problèmes d’affichage sur le blog. In english of course !

Bonne semaine à tous !

Anne

ISSN newsletter n°20, February 2014

Cliquer ici pour un affichage plus performant !

A lire notamment, à ce lien, un article en français intitulé :

Epidémie de désabonnements aux revues scientifiques : Echec des négociations, restrictions budgétaires… et les chercheurs dans tout ça ?
Newsletter n°20 February 2014

Standards

COAR Comments on NISO Open Access Metadata and Indicators

The Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) supports NISO’s (National Information Standards Organization) efforts to harmonize the expression of open access and re-use rights for publications. Among the 5 solutions submitted, COAR insists on the necessity of a common vocabulary and widens the scope of recommendations to research data.

>> COAR, 2014-02-04

Packaging eSerials for Transfer and Preservation

The Library of Congress participates in the NISO project PESC (Protocol for Exchanging Serial Content) which aims at developping a recommended practice for exchange and archiving of serial publications.

>> The Signal, 2014-01-16

Publishing Industry

Heading for Open Science – filling the knowledge gap

FOSTER (Foster Open Science Training for European Research) is an EC-funded project aiming to help young researchers learn about Open Science, OA and more.

>> Information Today, 2014-02-07

Response from Library Leaders to « Usage Half-Life »

Representatives of research and academic libraries across the USA have written an Open Letter in which they contest the conclusions of a study promoting this new metric. According to the signatories, half-life reports provide an interesting metric for comparing journal downloads across disciplines, but this study fails to provide any evidence that journal subscription rates will decline as a result of public access policies.

>> SPARC, February 2014

Springer now sharing data from Altmetric on SpringerLink

Springer announced that it has added altmetrics information to every article available on SpringerLink (link.springer.com), the publishing company’s online platform. The data is provided by Altmetric, a London-based start-up which tracks and analyzes the online activity around scholarly literature.

>> Springer, 2014-01-29

No peeking… A publishing giant goes after the authors of its journals’ papers

Copyright issues between some publishers and their authors. How to disseminate scientific articles without infringing the laws?

>> The Economist, 2014-01-11

Anonymity and peer review

Despite the recent criticism on this method, systematic anonymity for reviewers seems essential for Michael McCarthy, researcher at the University of Melbourne.

>> Michael McCarthy’s Research, 2014-01-21

The Market for Social Sciences and Humanities Publications

A recent report on the market for social sciences and humanities (SSH) publications has been released: Global Social Science & Humanities Publishing 2013-2014 . The author underlines some of its important points: language and media used, funding, relevance in the open access environment, etc.

>> Scholarly Kitchen, 2014-01-28

Ethical Editing – Ghostwriting is an unhealthy practice

Common in journalism, public speeches or collective works, ghostwriting is also considered to be a form of plagiarism, an unethical behavior in the world of academic studies in general and the field of research in particular.

>> SciELO in Perspective, 2014-01-16

Libraries

Literature goes online for free in Norway

Most books published in Norway before 2001 are going online for free thanks to an initiative that may have found the formula to reconcile authors with the web.
The National Library of Norway, responsible of this unprecedented project, is digitising tens of thousands of titles. Even the copyright-protected books will be available free online – with the consent of the copyright holders – at the website bokhylla.no.

>> The Sydney Morning Herald, 2014-01-18

An Epidemic of Journal Subscription Cancellations

Since the start of 2014, several French Universities have cancelled their subscriptions to notorious scientific journals and databases because of the combined effect of budget cuts and important price increases. Researchers, although comprehensive, are worried.

>> My Science Work, 2014-03-02

The Academic Book of the Future: a major new research project from the Arts & Humanities Research Council and the British Library

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Library are launching a two-year research project which will explore the future of academic books in the context of open access publishing and continuing digital change.

>> British Library, 2014-01-24

New OCLC Research report provides evidence base for shift to shared print management approach

OCLC Research has released a new report, “Understanding the Collective Collection: Towards a System-wide Perspective on Library Print Collections”. One important trend is that libraries and library service providers will devote more attention to system-wide organization of collections —whether the “system” is a consortium, a region or a country.

>> OCLC, 2014-01-23

Events

SPARC 2014 Open Access Meeting

>> March 2-4 – Kansas City

ASA Annual Conference 2014: Transforming the Publishing Landscape

>> February 24-25 – London

NISO Two-Part Webinar: The Infrastructure of Open Access.

Part 1: Knowing What is Open ;

Part 2: Toward a Functioning Business Ecosystem.

>> March 5, 12 – Online

NISO Virtual Conference: The Semantic Web Coming of Age: Technologies and Implementations

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