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Schöpfel, Joachim

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  • INIST-CNRS in Nancy, France: "a model of efficiency"

    The Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (INIST) is a service unit of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). A leading integrated scientific and technical information center, INIST provides the major public research and academic institutions as well as the socio-economic sector with resources and services designed to improve dissemination of and access to international scientific and technical information. Committed to the new information and communication te...

    Le taux de TVA pour les médias électroniques : le point de vue d'un acheteur d'IST

    Schöpfel, Joachim (2004)
    Projects: WT
    La communication situe la question du taux de TVA pour les revues scientifiques dans le contexte de l'évolution des coûts et du mouvement vers l'accès libre à l'information scientifique et technique (IST). L'auteur décrit la situation de l'INIST-CNRS et l'engagement de l'établissement, au sein du Groupe de Frankfurt, en faveur d'un taux réduit de la TVA pour l'IST électronique. Les principaux arguments sont présentés, avec trois pistes d'action.

    The Workshops of the Annual UKSG Conferences 1990-2004: The Emergence of the Digital Library

    The article looks back on the 183 workshops and briefing sessions of the 15 annual UKSG conferences from 1990 to 2004. The content of this particular form of professional training reflects the development of the professional environment, interests and activities of librarians, especially the emergence of the digital library. Nine major subjects of information and debate are identified: human resource management, new software, acquisition of e-serials, legal aspects, emerging standards, usage ...

    Littérature grise: des collections et des portails

    International audience; Pour trouver et sélectionner la littérature grise, il faut connaître les sources et voies de distribution, savoir évaluer la fiabilité et la qualité des documents, avoir de bonnes relations et de la patience. L’article dresse un panorama des collections disponibles.

    Adding Value to Electronic Theses and Dissertations in Institutional Repositories

    International audience; Part of the grey literature, electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) represent a growing segment of open, available content in institutional repositories (IR) where they contribute to the impact and ranking of their institution. More than half of all IRs listed in the Directory of Open Access Repositories contain ETDs. Most of these open access projects have similarities and common features, such as access to full text and compliance with the OAI metadata harvesting...

    Grey literature on bilingualism in Belgium

    International audience; Because of the town Antwerp host of the GL9 conference and because of our own former scientific experience we selected the field of bilingualism for a study on the importance of grey literature in social sciences and humanities. The study is meant to be an additional contribution to comparable scientometric analyses on the distribution of types of publications in different scientific domains. Bilingualism, the learning and use of two or more languages, is a linguistic,...

    Observations on the Future of Grey Literature

    International audience; The article provides an overview on the definition and evolution of grey literature (GL) in the emerging environment of online resources and open access to scientific and technical information. First, it gives some empirical evidence on the importance of GL in scientific publications from different domains, especially education, based on citation analysis. Other topics: the impact of Internet on the production of GL, the place of grey resources in open archives and ins...

    Transitions - news on the access to digital information in France

    The author describes the present document delivery situation in France with particular reference to copyright and the EU Directive, consortia, portals, funding and some suggestions for the future.; L'auteur décrit la situation actuelle de la fourniture de documents en France, dans le contexte de la transposition de la Directive Européenne et de l'accès aux ressources électroniques (consortia, portails).

    Le devenir de la littérature grise. Quelques observations.

    The article provides an overview on the definition and evolution of grey literature (GL) in the emerging environment of online resources and open access to scientific and technical information. First, it gives some empirical evidence on the importance of GL in scientific publications from different domains, especially education, based on citation analysis. Other topics: the impact of Internet on the production of GL, the place of grey resources in open archives and institutional repositories,...

    Open access and document supply

    International audience; Purpose– This paper aims to provide an overview and update of what one actually knows about the impact of open access on inter-lending and document supply.Design/methodology/approach– A review of recent papers, published after the Berlin Declaration on Open Access in 2003.Findings– Everything seems to oppose document supply and open access. Open access has contributed to the recent decline of interlibrary loan (ILL) and document supply requests but is not the only reas...
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