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Building on the Cornell-Yale Model
Digitizing the Radicalism Collection at Michigan State University
This article has two purposes. One is to summarize the elements of the Cornell-Yale digitization model in a way that would be useful to other institutions planning to follow their effort. The people involved with the Cornell ...
2007-01-10Berichte und sonstige Texte
The Impact Factor and self citation trend of German journals indexed in the JCR (2000 - 2005)
A total number of 432 German journals in 2000 and 427 journals in 2005 listed in the Science Edition of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) were analysed. The study showed that the portion of German journals entering ...
2007-02-28Berichte und sonstige Texte
The comparison of Impact Factor and self citation trend between French and German journals
All French and German journals indexed in the Journal Citation Reports through 2000-2005 were analysed. The study showed that the portion of French journals entering material to the JCR data bank in 2005 counted 1% ...
2007-02-20Berichte und sonstige Texte
Tendency to the self-citation among journals in Iran and Turkey
This paper explains the trends of Impact Factors and self-citation rates of journals indexed in the JCR by two neighbours countries Iran and turkey for a period of five years (2000- 2005). All data extracted from the ...
Copyright in the networked world
copies in courses
This column looks at questions from teaching faculty about the use of copyright protected materials in an online course. Design/methodology/approach – Copyright guidelines are considered. The US TEACH Act and Fair Use ...
The Folk Heritage Collections in Crisis conference
The Folk Heritage Collections in Crisis conference pursued three themes: access, preservation, and intellectual property. The 100 invited participants were mainly middle-aged, established, upper-echelon professionals. What ...
In defense of (some) commercial journals
Not all commercial publishers are alike. Of the many epithets thrown at the commercial publishers of academic works, “greedy” ranks as the most common. But for journals facing serious competition, like Library Hi Tech, the ...
Preserving the spoken word
six issues in search of a digital solution
How can we digitize the spoken word in a way that maximizes its usefulness and accessibility over as long a period as possible? This editorial lists six issues: copyright and ownership; selection at both the collection and ...