E-Serials : Publishers, Libraries, Users, and Standards, Second Edition

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Full Description

Stay on the cutting edge of the e-serials world with this updated edition!This new edition of the seminal 1998 volume gives you a comprehensive overview of the world of e-serials in one compact volume! With new contributions and updated chapters from authorities in their respective fields, this book covers publishing, pricing, copyright, acquisitions and collection development, cataloging and metadata, preservation and archiving, projects and innovations, indexing, uniform resource identifiers, and citation.From editor Wayne Jones: "Most of the articles in the first edition have been retained, but because so much has happened with e-serials in the last three years, the authors have often had to completely restructure their work to reflect the current situation. There are new articles in this book too, exploring in more detail some topics which took up less room on the plate in the first edition--for example, experimentation by e-journal publishers and tracking titles in aggregator packages."This essential volume:

looks at the cost of building and maintaining an e-serials collection
examines the perspectives of e-serials customers, intermediaries, and negotiators
presents an updated who, what, why, and when for online serials collection development
shows how AACR2 can be applied to electronic journals
examines electronic journals indexing
provides several case studies, including D-Lib Magazine and ScienceDirect
includes extensive bibliographies and suggestions for additional reading
and much, much more!

E-Serials: Publishers, Libraries, Users, and Standards, Second Edition is an essential volume for everyone interested in the nuts and bolts of today's e-serials!

Contents

About the Editor
Contributors
Preface
Publishing
Chapter 1. D-Lib Magazine: Incremental Evolution of an Electronic Magazine
Introduction
Digital Library Research
D-Lib Magazine's Mission
Design and Style
Persistent Identifiers
Metadata
Editing
Chapter 2. ScienceDirect
A Brief History
What Is ScienceDirect?
Access Terms
Back Files, Archiving, and Access After Cancellation
ScienceDirect As a Publishing Environment
Future Relationship of SDOS and ScienceDirect
Future Technical Development of ScienceDirect
In Summary
Pricing
Chapter 3. Electronic Serials Costs: Sales and Acquisitions Practices in Transition
Cost of Electronic versus Print Publishing
Purchasing Individual Electronic Serial Titles
Search Interface Providers
Bundling or Packaging of Electronic Serials
Consortia: Buying in Bulk
Cost of Archiving
Possible Scholarly Publishing Alternatives
The Future of Electronic Serials Pricing
Acquisitions and Collection Development
Chapter 4. An Eclipse of the Sun: Acquisitions in the Digital Era
Introduction
The Digital Resource Purchase Process
Staffing
Quality Control in the Digital World
Licensing
Growing Pains: The Negotiation Process
Managing Licenses and Resources in Relation to License Terms
The Role of the Traditional Serials Vendor
Archiving
Relationship of Serials Acquisitions to Cataloging
Conclusion
Chapter 5. Perspectives on the Library As E-Journal Customer, Intermediary, and Negotiator in a Time of Chaos
Introduction
Toward Systemic Thinking and Outcomes Orientation
Toward Active Negotiating Strategies
Optimizing versus Maximizing
Analyzing Impacts
Outcomes and Accountability
Conclusion
Chapter 6. Collection Development for Online Serials Redux: Now Who Needs to Do What, and Why, and When
Introduction
Who Needs to Be Involved in Getting Electronic Products Up and Running?
Setting Up Your Guidelines
Draft Guidelines for Selecting, Processing, and Accessing Electronic Resources
Conclusion
AppendixSynopsis of Kenneth Crews' Licensing for Information Resources: Creative Contracts and the Library Mission
Chapter 7. Coordination and Collaboration: A Model for Electronic Resources Management
Introduction
The Impact of Electronic Resources
Organizational Challenges
The Collaborative Electronic Resources Coordination Approach
Conclusion
Cataloging and Metadata
Chapter 8. A Square Peg in a Round Hole: Applying AACR2 to Electronic Journals
Introduction
Background
Problems of Bibliographic Description
Summary
Chapter 9. Electronic Serials: Searching for a Chief Source of Information
AARC2 Revisions
A Look at CONSER Documentation
Searching for an Alternative
Advantages of Adopting the Opening Page As the Chief Source
Conclusion
Chapter 10. A Meditation on Metadata
Introduction
Metadata As Something Old
Metadata As Something New
Metadata As Something Borrowed
Metadata As Something We Do
Conclusion
Preservation and Archiving
Chapter 11. Digital Preservation and Long-Term Access to the Content of Electronic Serials
Introduction
The Electronic Serial Landscape
The Functions of Serials
Electronic Serials
Self-Archiving Initiatives
Distribution Methods and Formats in Use
E-Serials and Digital Preservation
Conclusion
Projects and Innovations
Chapter 12. Interactive Peer Review in the Journal of Interactive Media in Education: Processes, Tools, and Techniques for Managing Persistent Discourse
Introduction
Discourse and Persistence
Journal of Interactive Media in Education
Discussion
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