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Ebooks & Elending

Keynote Address: Dr Michael Stephens

LEARNING EVERYWHERE: The Transformative Power of Hyperlinked Libraries

Presented at LIANZA Conference 2013 by Michael Stephens, PhD, San José State University, San José, California USA.

The slides from this presentation are available on Michael Stephens' Tame the Web site.

URL: http://tametheweb.com/2013/10/22/thank-you-lianza13-slides-links-more/

BOK Cluster 2: Understanding Information Needs, Generation, and Access

Which Boks relate to Cluster 2?

Bok 2

  • Understanding how information is created, presented, disseminated and used
  • Identifying the impact and opportunities presented by the changing publishing environment
  • Understanding the role of information organisations in generating and communicating information

Bok 3

Collection Management in the Digital Age: Developing a Collection Management and Development Policy

This self paced online course by LIANZA is the second in the Collection Management series. This module describes the framework and rationale for developing a Collection Management and Development Policy, providing you with the tools to actually get a policy written, and some tips about the implementation phase.

Digital Textbooks: A Perfect Storm For Higher Learning

This Powerpoint presentation gives an interesting perspective on e-text books, written by the Associate Professor and Science and Technology Librarian at Iowa State University.

Digital Collecting Framework

The NSLA (National and State Libraries Australasia) has published a guide for collecting born digital materials.

Principles of Digital Collecting

The NSLA (National and State Libraries of Australasia) has provided a policy document outlining their principles of digital collecting.

The E-Resources Management Handbook

This open access publication has a good, basic introductory look at e-serials and their management. The publication covers a range of associated subjects, such as institutional repository, COUNTER, developing vendor relationships. The currency of material is important in this fast-moving environment and it is encouraging to note that the editors have committed to continually updating the content. The content and principles discussed are widely applicable and would have as much relevance in New Zealand as they would in the UK or USA.

Episode 14: Prof Christine Borgman - The Data Dance

Corin Haines talks with Prof Christine Borgman, VALA Keynote and Professor and Presidential Chair in Information Studies at UCLA.  They talk about the Data Dance, the need for librarians and researchers to work together in the collection, preservation and access to data.  How data are not just one commonly understood thing and what that means for a library.

Digital Curation Resource Guide

Complimenting the Digital Curation Bibliography, Digital Scholarship has released a resource outlining websites and courses for understanding and conducting digital curation.

Digital Curation Bibliography: Preservation and Stewardship of Scholarly Works

Digital Scholarship has released a bibliography containing 650 different resources to help individuals to understand everything surrounding digital curation and preservation. This varies from topics like copyright to digital repository concerns and is publicly accessible. 

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