ICOLC Fall 2006 (8th European Meeting)
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ICOLC Fall 06 - Selected Bibliography

by Maria Cassella, Università di Torino


September 2006


This page includes a selection of articles, conferences, reports and websites relevant to the topics of
the ICOLC Fall 2006 (8th European Meeting). The "Current reference literature" presents a selected list of articles or reports mostly published in 2006



SESSION 1. Part 1 - The Changing economics of publishing. Emerging economies.


  • no relevant articles available

SESSION 1. part 2 - The changing economics of publishing. Shifting publications



SESSION 2. Measuring use and services


  • Current reference literature
    1. Use and users behaviour
      • Dogan ATILGAN, Ozlen (Gokkurt) BAYRAM, Perspectives on … an evaluation of faculty use of the Digital Library at Ankara University, Turkey, "The Journal of Academic Librarianship", v. 32 (2006) , n. 1, p. 86-93
      • Brinley FRANKLIN , Terry PLUM, Successful Web Survey Methodologies for Measuring the Impact of Networked Electronic Services (MINES for Libraries), "IFLA Journal", v. 32 (2006), n. 1, p. 28-40
      • Brinley FRANKLIN, Martha KYRILLIDOU, Demonstrating value and creating value. Evidence-based library management through MINES for libraries, Presented at the Scholars Portal Forum, Ontario Council of University Libraries, Toronto, Canada, February 1, 2006. http://www.libqual.org/documents/admin/OCULMINESPresentation_Final.ppt
      • Martha KYRILLIDOU, Toni OLSHEN, Brinley FRANKLIN, Terry PLUM, Mines for libraries: measuring the impact of networked electronic services and the Ontario Council of Universities Libraries’ Scholar Portal, Final Report, Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 2006 http://www.libqual.org/documents/admin/FINAL%20REPORT_Jan26mk.pdf
      • David NICHOLAS, Paul HUNTINGTON, Electronic journals: are they really used?, "Interlending & document supply", v. 34 (2006), n. 2, p. 48-50
      • David NICHOLAS, Paul HUNTINGTON, Hamid R. JAMALI, Carol TENOPIR, Finding information in (very large) digital libraries: a deep log approach to determining differences in use according to method of access, "Journal of Academic Librarianship", v. 32 (2006), n. 2, p. 119-126

    2. Usage statistics

      • Adam CHANDLER, Tim JEWELL, Key issue, "Serials: the Journal for the Serials Community", v. 19 (2006), n. 1, p. 68-70
      • Adam CHANDLER ,Tim JEWELL, Standards-Libraries, Data Providers and SUSHI, "Against the Grain", v. 18 (2006), n. 2, p. 1-2, - http://www.niso.org/committees/SUSHI/ATGPre-printSUSHIv18-2.pdf
      • Angela CONYERS, Usage statistics and online behaviour, "The E-resources Management Handbook", v. 1 (2006), p. 17-27
      • Angela CONYERS – Pete DALTON, NESLi2analysis of usage statistics, Summary Report, March 2005 http://www.nesli2.ac.uk/jiscnesli2summaryeb.pdf
      • Philip M. DAVIS - Jason S. PRICE, eJournal interface can influence usage statistics: implications for libraries, publishers and Project COUNTER, “Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology”, v. 57 (2006), n. 9 - http://people.cornell.edu/pages/pmd8/interface.pdf
      • Jim JEWELL, Oliver PESCH, Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative, Presentation ALA Conference, New Orleans, January 2006 http://www.niso.org/committees/SUSHI/SUSHIpresentationALA2006.pdf
      • Ki Tat LAM, Juro: creating the journal usage report online system, Presentation, 6th Annual Hong Kong Innovative Users Group Meeting, 8-9 december, 2005 - http://repository.ust.hk/dspace/bitstream/1783.1/2430/1/hkiug2005ktlamjuro.ppt
      • Peter T. SHEPHERD, COUNTER 2005: a new Code of practice and new applications of COUNTER usage statistics, "Learned publishing", v. 18 (2005), n. 4 p. 287-293
      • Peter T. SHEPHERD, The COUNTER Code of Practice for books and reference works, "Serials: the Journal for the Serials Community", v. 19 (2006), n. 1, p. 23-27

  • Useful links

SESSION 4. Preservation and Access



SESSION 5. Licensing evolution and business models




SESSION 6. Policies for access



SESSION 7. Mass digitization




SESSION 8. Resource Sharing



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