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Library scholarly communication programs : legal and ethical considerations

Library scholarly communication programs : legal and ethical considerations

Author: Isaac Gilman; Chandos Publishing.
Publisher: Oxford : Chandos Publishing, 2013.
Series: Chandos Information Professional Series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Library Scholarly Communication Programs is a practical primer, covering these issues for institutional repository managers, library administrators, and other staff involved in library-based  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Gilman; Chandos Publishing.
ISBN: 9781843347170 1843347172 9781780633831 1780633831
OCLC Number: 871700037
Description: XVII, 293 s. ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of boxes List of abbreviations Acknowledgments Preface About the author Part 1: Libraries and scholarly communication Introduction Chapter 1: The evolution of scholarly communication programs Abstract: "Scholarly communication" and academic libraries: 1979-2001 The current scope of scholarly communication in academic libraries An ethical framework for scholarly communication programs Overview of topics Part 2: Institutional repositories Introduction Chapter 2: Institutional repositories and intellectual property Abstract: Intellectual property Copyright and institutional repositories Contracts and licenses Research data Chapter 3: Research ethics Abstract: Human subject research Research data: special considerations Article retractions and corrections Chapter 4: Privacy and propriety Abstract: Privacy Privacy and health records: HIPAA Privacy and educational records: FERPA Privacy and oral history Defamation: from false light to false facts Conclusion: limiting potential liability Chapter 5: Repository policies Abstract: Collection management policies Repository submission agreements Grant of license to the institution Assurances from the contributor Beyond single submissions: memoranda of understanding Addressing end users: terms of use, privacy, and disclaimers Legal compliance Conclusion: context changes, but ethics remain Part 3: Library publishing services Introduction Chapter 6: Ethical and legal issues in journal publishing Abstract: Establishing an editorial structure Defining relationships with authors Ensuring access and preservation Establishing responsibilities and liability From policy to reality Chapter 7: Publication ethics Abstract: Authorship Plagiarism Copyright and fair use Research misconduct Privacy Conflict of interest Simultaneous submissions and redundant publication Irresponsible scholarship Responding to errors and misconduct Ethics and editorial expertise Chapter 8: Intellectual property and publishing Abstract: Permissions and fair use: protecting the balance of copyright in the process of creation Author publishing agreements: protecting authors' rights Licensing: protecting readers' ability to build on authors' work Beyond the balance: further intellectual property considerations Protecting intellectual property through policy (and contract) Chapter 9: Publishing policies Abstract: Establishing the scope of the publishing program Defining expectations and relationships Protecting intellectual property Establishing policies regarding ethics and integrity Conclusion: identify, emulate, and create Part 4: The road forward Introduction Chapter 10: Building sustainable programs Abstract: Policy development: connection and definition Process: workflow and compliance Education and outreach: identifying rights and responsibilities Conclusion: law, ethics, and library scholarly communication programs References Index
Series Title: Chandos Information Professional Series.
Responsibility: Isaac Gilman.


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"...highly recommended for institutions with library schools and for academic libraries overall. Students and those seeking to work in repositories will also benefit." --Australian Library Read more...

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