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7. November 2011
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Kommentare deaktiviert für Libraries going mobile

Libraries going mobile

Are libraries ready for the mobile internet?Digital information will be accessed in future primarily, if not exclusively via Smartphones or Tablets. That's why the Bavarian State Library is gradually providing its digital services within the framework ...

7. November 2011
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Libraries going mobile

Libraries going mobile

Are libraries ready for the mobile internet?Digital information will be accessed in future primarily, if not exclusively via Smartphones or Tablets. That's why the Bavarian State Library is gradually providing its digital services within the framework ...

5. November 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

In April, there was an online discussion about how to talk with faculty on your campus about scholarly communication issues, although not zo be sure where to start. In the discussion useful strategies are shown.

5. November 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

In April, there was an online discussion about how to talk with faculty on your campus about scholarly communication issues, although not zo be sure where to start. In the discussion useful strategies are shown.

5. November 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

In April, there was an online discussion about how to talk with faculty on your campus about scholarly communication issues, although not zo be sure where to start. In the discussion useful strategies are shown.



Nowadays, it is a core question how to reach faculty staff and students. The relevance of the library is depending on that. Just last week my boss asked me how I want to communicate with faculty in future. - I am trying different ways and I am still thinking about what the best way is. Furthermore it is difficult to answer, because it varies not only from department to department but from person to person (or at least from team to team)!

By the way - sorry that there was such a long term in which I did not whrite anything. Meanwhile I started to work in another institution and I was busy to learn so much new things!

5. November 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

Conversational openings with faculty about scholarly communication

In April, there was an online discussion about how to talk with faculty on your campus about scholarly communication issues, although not zo be sure where to start. In the discussion useful strategies are shown.



Nowadays, it is a core question how to reach faculty staff and students. The relevance of the library is depending on that. Just last week my boss asked me how I want to communicate with faculty in future. - I am trying different ways and I am still thinking about what the best way is. Furthermore it is difficult to answer, because it varies not only from department to department but from person to person (or at least from team to team)!

By the way - sorry that there was such a long term in which I did not whrite anything. Meanwhile I started to work in another institution and I was busy to learn so much new things!

5. Februar 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

in 2 weeks On the 18th of February there will be a fairness hearing at the US Department of Justice. According to Norman Oder the settlement now faces the biggest challenges ever (for more details please have a look at http://www.libraryjournal.com/art...

5. Februar 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

in 2 weeks On the 18th of February there will be a fairness hearing at the US Department of Justice. According to Norman Oder the settlement now faces the biggest challenges ever (for more details please have a look at http://www.libraryjournal.com/art...

5. Februar 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

in 2 weeks On the 18th of February there will be a fairness hearing at the US Department of Justice. According to Norman Oder the settlement now faces the biggest challenges ever (for more details please have a look at http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6717745.html?nid=2673&source=title&rid=18066631

well, now there is a new development:
the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), in a long-awaited Statement of Interest, yesterday warned that the amended settlement still goes too far in giving Google advantages in distributing scanned books, as well as raising concerns about pricing (which has been one of the key issues raised by the library community).
For further information and an insight on the developments of this argument between the different parties please have a look at the recent "Library Journal"-article .

5. Februar 2010
von Steffi_S.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

Fairness hearing regarding Google Books settlement on the 18th of February

in 2 weeks On the 18th of February there will be a fairness hearing at the US Department of Justice. According to Norman Oder the settlement now faces the biggest challenges ever (for more details please have a look at http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6717745.html?nid=2673&source=title&rid=18066631

well, now there is a new development:
the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), in a long-awaited Statement of Interest, yesterday warned that the amended settlement still goes too far in giving Google advantages in distributing scanned books, as well as raising concerns about pricing (which has been one of the key issues raised by the library community).
For further information and an insight on the developments of this argument between the different parties please have a look at the recent "Library Journal"-article .