Urban Library Journal 14.1 Spring 2007 

 

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Urban Library Journal 14.1 Spring 2007 
Special Issue: Conference Proceedings of the May 2005 LACUNY Institute on Scholarly Publishing and Open Access: 
Payers and Players
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Table of Contents

Open Access and the Public Library of Medicine, Dr. Harold Varmus, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center :: summary  

Open Access and the Association Publisher, Dr. Martin Blume, the American Physical Society 
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Institutional Repositories (IR) in Higher Education A Panel Discussion, Moderator: Theresa McManus, Chief Librarian, Bronx Community College. Panelists: Curtis Kendrick, University Librarian, City University of New York (see text of remarks "To Perpetuity ... and Beyond"); John Townsend, Executive Director, New York State Higher Education Initiative (NYSHEI); Kate Wittenberg, Director, Electronic Publishing Initiative at Columbia (EPIC) :: summary

The Research Impact of Open Access Articles, Kristin Antelman, North Carolina State University Libraries :: summary  

How the Success of Open Access Publishing Can Stimulate Improved Access to Grey Literature, Marcus A. Banks, Frederick L. Ehrman Medical Library, New York University School of Medicine :: summary  

The Dilemma of Access: Describing Open Access Journals with MARC and [Other] Metadata Schemes, Monica Berger, New York City College of Technology, CUNY and Gloria Rohman, New York University :: summary

Going in Reverse to Go Forward: Institutional Repositories and The New York Public Library, Stewart Bodner, New York Public Library and Eric Neubacher Baruch College, CUNY :: summary

Digital Archiving: A FEDORA-based Infrastructure to Preserve Electronic Journal Articles, Ronald Jantz, Scholarly Communication Center, Archibald S. Alexander Library, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey :: summary

Advocacy Begins at Home: Evaluating Means for Opportunities in Open Access Publishing at a Mid-Sized Private University, Edward Keane, MINITEX Library Information Network :: summary  

Designing for the Discipline: Open Libraries and Scholarly Communication, Thomas Krichel, Palmer School, C.W. Post, Long Island University :: summary

Scholarly Publishing & Open Access within CUNY: One Faculty Looks at Changing the Paradigm, Philip Pecorino, Queensborough Community College, CUNY :: summary  

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