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  • Hans Dillaerts le 2 July 2012 à 19 h 43 min Permalien
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    Assessing the role of librarians in an Open Access world :

    « This online survey was designed to gauge how the library community is responding to Open Access (OA) publishing in order to better understand librarians’ opinions of OA and what the main benefits and concerns are perceived to be. Also to understand how the role of the librarian may change in the future as a result of OA, in terms of how librarians can best assist their communities in publishing and accessing content under this evolving business model.

    The detailed objectives of the research were to explore:
    • Current levels of familiarity with Open Access publishing
    • Current opinions of and attitudes towards Open Access
    • The current role of the librarian with regards to Open Access
    • Whether and how Open Access is changing the role of the librarian

    The online survey was conducted in April 2012. The survey was sent out to
    librarians via a posting on various library listservs, including lis‐e‐resources, LISLINK, lis‐serials, LibLicense and Serialst. 211 participants took part in the online survey; 156 (74.3%) completed it. Please note that all percentage responses shown are representative not of the total number of participants, but of the number that answered each specific question. »

    URL : http://www.intechopen.com/js/ckeditor/kcfinder/upload/files/Role%20of%20the%20Librarian_Survey_Findings_Jun12.pdf

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  • Hans Dillaerts le 3 December 2010 à 17 h 16 min Permalien
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  • Hans Dillaerts le 3 October 2010 à 22 h 00 min Permalien
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    Open Source Software Libraries :

    « Open source software is not something to be afraid of! It’s software that you can modify, fix, add to, and distribute to others. Benefits are numerous, including having the ability to create good software that works for you and your library, all while paying a fraction of the cost that you might spend on proprietary software. This website introduces librarians to using open source software and provides tips for implementing and evaluating your transition, ideas for funding, and suggestions for open source software to use in your library. »

    URL : http://ir.uiowa.edu/bsides/17/

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