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Libraries and the new models of knowledge dissemination
Zlatuška, Jiří
Knihovny jako pouhá skladiště knih začínají být minulostí. Nové modely akumulace šíření lidských vědomostí nahrazují a rozšiřují tradiční tištěné publikace jako jediné médium. Důsledky těchto změn se týkají ekonomiky šíření informací, kulturní role knihoven i funkcí, které knihovny plní.
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Libraries and the new models of knowledge dissemination
Zlatuška, Jiří
Knihovny jako pouhá skladiště knih začínají být minulostí. Nové modely akumulace šíření lidských vědomostí nahrazují a rozšiřují tradiční tištěné publikace jako jediné médium. Důsledky těchto změn se týkají ekonomiky šíření informací, kulturní role knihoven i funkcí, které knihovny plní.
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How to Use the National Repository of Grey Literature
Vyčítalová, Hana
This presentation about the National Repository of Grey Literature was intended for students of Czech University of Life Sciences Prague.
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Invenio within the NRGL: Version 1.0 and More News
Slouková, Jana
Both digital repositories maintained by NTK (NRGL and IDR) are powered by the open source software Invenio. Its great flexibility allows us its continuous development and adaptation to our needs. This year we added several features that make it easier to work with the repositories - for example, we improved the search, presentation of records, and added export to various citation managers. Following the release of new version of Invenio, we also created a new freely available installation script, that facilitates the installation and basic configuration of the system to those interested in creating their own repository.
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Invenio within the NRGL: Version 1.0 and More News
Slouková, Jana
Both digital repositories maintained by NTK (NRGL and IDR) are powered by the open source software Invenio. Its great flexibility allows us its continuous development and adaptation to our needs. This year we added several features that make it easier to work with the repositories - for example, we improved the search, presentation of records, and added export to various citation managers. Following the release of new version of Invenio, we also created a new freely available installation script, that facilitates the installation and basic configuration of the system to those interested in creating their own repository.
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National Repository of Grey Literature in 2012
Pejšová, Petra
National Repository of Grey Literature (NRGL) was established within a project which was successfully completed in 2011. Since 2012, the operation of NRGL is part of the standard service of National Technical Library. The paper will summarize the activities, news and researched issues in 2012.
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National Repository of Grey Literature in 2012
Pejšová, Petra
National Repository of Grey Literature (NRGL) was established within a project which was successfully completed in 2011. Since 2012, the operation of NRGL is part of the standard service of National Technical Library. The paper will summarize the activities, news and researched issues in 2012.
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New roles of libraries in Teaching, Learning and Research
Geleijnse, Hans
The Open Access movement started as an answer to the ‘journals crisis’ and has developed into worldwide initiatives to speed up and renew the process of scholarly communication and to improve the access to research publications and data. Open Access is currently being promoted by researchers and librarians, but also by university boards, national governments, funding bodies and the European Commission. The development of University mandates, Open Access Journals, institutional and subject repositories will be discussed. The focus will be on the developments in Europe and on the involvement and role of research libraries. Experiences with repositories learn that it is important that the deposit of publications is integrated in the workflow of the researcher and that repositories are seamlessly linked with the research information system. It is a great challenge to renovate the process of scholarly communication in such a way that open access can be provided to scholarly information, with maintaining the principles of quality control, certification and peer review. Research communities can play a key role in the development of new models and the creation of sustainable solutions, but leadership of university managers is essential to pave the way and to create the conditions for change.
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