In today’s Kitchen Essentials, Roger Schonfeld speaks with Alicia Wise of CLOCKSS, the digital archive for academic publishers and research libraries.
In today’s Kitchen Essentials, Roger Schonfeld speaks with Kate Wittenberg and Karen Hanson of Portico, the community-supported preservation archive.
“This library has every book ever published.” A visit to the British Library.
Studying the way we’ve studied the past is mutual work. Archivists and librarians, and scholars using their collections, have each been producing critical archives scholarship that too often remains within disciplinary and professional siloes.
The copyright warning notice prescribed by the US Copyright Office misleads library patrons about their fair use rights, and must change.
Is there value to be found in national, or language based preprint servers? Matthew Salter discusses lessons learned from the first year of Japan’s Jxiv.
Since 1996, the Internet Archive has been capturing the World Wide Web but also doing so much more to preserve our digital world behind the scenes.
The recent “right to be forgotten” case raises a corollary issue for scholarly publishers — are you managing your archives so that users have been given the “right to ignore”?
A new essay by Rick Anderson proposes that libraries begin to focus more strongly on special collections and migrate away from the collection of commodity content. This would have a dramatic impact on the structure of the marketplace for scholarly materials and would be more disruptive than anything currently being bandied about. That may not be a bad thing.