By Wayne Jones
The proliferation of e-journals and their influence on library collections is super. E-Journals entry and administration takes a complete examine how e-journals have replaced the library panorama and provides librarians innovations to raised deal with them. this helpful source offers a extensive evaluate of the sensible and theoretical concerns linked to the administration of digital journals, and includes sensible and illuminating case experiences of difficulties confronted and options present in person libraries. Containing chapters via revered gurus in this dynamic subject of discussion, E-Journals entry and administration offers important details on a whole variety of concerns facing digital source entry and administration, together with bibliographic and internet entry, acquisitions, and licensing.
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As the e-journal market developed, very few publishers relied solely on copyright legislation to control the use of their material. Copyright legislation governs the use of materials within countries, but its reach ends at national borders. There is sometimes a misconception that the laws of the country where the item is published govern the use of those materials. Instead, the countries that have signed the Berne Convention have agreed that they will extend the copyright protections given to 18 E-JOURNALS ACCESS AND MANAGEMENT their own citizens to foreign nationals.
Users involved in the editorial workflow can quickly see the outstanding tasks awaiting their attention. Communication among authors, reviewers, and editors is facilitated and recorded for future reference. Development of metadata is incorporated into the workflow and articles are thoroughly indexed to enable effective retrieval. The reader’s experience is enhanced through a wide range of value-added services, and because the open source code is well written, site managers can customize the software to whatever degree they choose.
Digital rights management (DRM) systems, which are used to stop illegal sharing and copying of digital content, are seriously inhibiting libraries’ ability to preserve. The growing use of DRM controls in digital content has serious implications for libraries because preservation requires continuous processes of copying and migrating content, but DRM technologies prevent exactly this. Consequently we are at risk of losing a large part of our archive of published works. E-resources represent a new frontier of sorts for libraries.
EJournals Access and Management (Routledge Studies in Library and Information Science) by Wayne Jones