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LIBRARIES, LEADERSHIP, AND SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION : essays by rick anderson.

著者: RICK ANDERSON
出版社: CHICAGO : AMER LIBRARY Association, 2016.
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"A creative thinker on topics related to library collections and scholarly publishing, Rick Anderson does not back away from controversy. "Whenever we, as members of an organization like a library, are forced to choose between good things, we may start by trying to figure out some way to have both things," he writes in the preface. "But in many cases, that will turn out to be impossible and we'll have to decide  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Essays
その他のフォーマット: (DLC) 2015049392
(OCoLC)945582436
資料の種類: Document
ドキュメントの種類 書籍, 電子ファイル
すべての著者/寄与者: RICK ANDERSON
ISBN: 0838914438 9780838914434
OCLC No.: 958450021
物理形態: 1 online resource
コンテンツ: Section I. Libraries and their collections, now and in the future. Being essential is not enough ; My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings ; The crisis in research librarianship ; The portal problem : the twin plights of the Encyclopaedia Britannica and the library collection ; On necessity, virtue, and digging holes with hammers ; Can, should, and will ; How sacred are our patrons' privacy rights? : Answer carefully ; Crazy idea #274 : just stop collecting ; Local and global, now and forever : a matrix model of "depth perception" in library work ; A quiet culture war in research libraries-and what it means for librarians, researchers, and publishers ; Interrogating the American Library Association's "core values" statement ; Asserting rights we don't have : libraries and "permission to publish" ; Frenemies : the perfect and the good, the noisy and the important ; What patron-driven acquisitions does and doesn't mean : an FAQ ; Reference services, scalability, and the starfish problem ; Kitten in a beer mug : the myth of the free gift ; You might be a zealot if ... ; It's not about the workflow : patron-centered practices for twenty-first century serialists ; Can't buy us love : the declining importance of library books and the rising importance of special collections ; On knowing the value of everything and the price of nothing ; Preservation, yes-but what shall we preserve? ; The struggle for library space --
Section II. Scholarly communication and library-publisher relations. On advocacy, analysis, and the vital importance of knowing the difference ; Signal distortion : why the scholarly communication economy is so weird ; Six mistakes your sales reps are making-and six that librarians are making ; Prices, models, and fairness : a (partly) imaginary phone conversation ; Print-on-demand and the law of unintended consequences ; Quality and relevance : a matrix model for thinking about scholarly books and libraries ; No such thing as a bad book? : Rethinking "quality" in the research library ; No, you may not come train my staff ; On the likelihood of academia "taking back" scholarly publishing ; Is a rational discussion of open access possible? ; CC-BY, copyright, and stolen advocacy ; Open-access rhetoric, economics, and the definition of "research" ; CC-BY and its discontents : a growing problem for open access ; Deceptive publishing : why we need a blacklist, and some suggestions on how to do it right ; The NPR model and the financing of scholarly communication.

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"A creative thinker on topics related to library collections and scholarly publishing, Rick Anderson does not back away from controversy. "Whenever we, as members of an organization like a library, are forced to choose between good things, we may start by trying to figure out some way to have both things," he writes in the preface. "But in many cases, that will turn out to be impossible and we'll have to decide which good thing is going to take priority over the other. We can't make that decision without invoking values, and the moment we start invoking values is when the conversation can take a really difficult and interesting turn." When it's time for your organization to make choices and set priorities, this collection of essays, articles, white papers, and blog posts will provide conversation starters for your strategic discussions. Anderson offers engaging, persuasive arguments on a range of timely topics, such as: the decline of print; patron-driven acquisitions; Open Access (OA); blacklisting publishers and relations with publishers' sales reps; patron privacy; symptoms of zealotry; unintended consequences of the print-on-demand model; and how to define library value. Ideal for browsing, the ideas in this collection will kickstart your brainstorming sessions and spur your organization to confront choices head on"--

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