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Digital Transformation and Grey Literature Professionals
Savić, Dobrica
This paper looks at the impact of digital transformation on the workforce in general, while the special emphasis is placed on information management professionals working in the field of grey literature. The following areas are reviewed - the changing nature of grey literature work, changes required on a personal level, the impact on work organization, and the redefined role of leadership. It is assumed that although challenging, digital transformation also represents an important opportunity for grey literature professionals.
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CLARIN-DSpace repository at LINDAT/CLARIN : LINDAT/CLARIN FAIR repository for language data
Straňák, Pavel ; Košarko, Ondřej ; Mišutka, Jozef
We will present a software solution for and experience in running a digital repository for language data and natural language processing tools - LINDAT/CLARIN. We will present unique support for licensing with an emphasis on Open Access, and how we support all 4 key FAIR principles. We will show the submission workflow including license choice, approval and publishing or submissions by editors, as well as the repository administration environment including license definition, signing and access control. We will also present repository integration with other services, and statistics of operation.
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The Challenges of Incorporating Grey Literature Into A Scholarly Platform
Reece, Alistair
GeoScienceWorld are in the process of acquiring, converting, and loading a major content repository with a significant amount of grey literature, to be hosted alongside our existing collection of peer-reviewed journals and books in the geosciences. What happens when a traditionally scholarly content provider decides to incorporate grey literature into their online content platform? What are the challenges of preparing the content for publication and discoverability? How does the presence of grey literature in the database affect cross search? How do differing business models find a common home in a unified content platform?
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Grey Literature and National Archives
Šimůnková, Karolína ; Kunt, Miroslav
National Archives selects the archival records from a various range of creators – from central agencies of the state administration and research institutions to individuals. All types of grey literature are present in the archives – research reports, travel reports, originally secret prints, digital journals, maps and studies etc. Internet and intranet websites are specific example. The paper on examples shows handling with the grey literature, which is not distinguished from other (official) production in the archival practice. The paper also introduces the National Archival Portal and its options for description and submission of the individual data files designated for long term preservation.
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abART, National Library of the Czech Republic (NK), VIAF and Earthquake
Hůla, Jiří
The Archive of Fine Art operates its own information system – abART, a comprehensive database of Czech and Slovak art that is based on data atomization and link data principles. It distinguishes two hundred document types, some of them belong to grey literature (press releases, theses, bibliographies, handouts, etc.). Moreover, AbART can define also any other events. For the processing of remote areas such as earthquakes, it would be necessary to create a broad information base, inserting elements to identify records in the National Library (NK). But what about 46,746 people not listed by the NK?
Out of Scope? Open science monitoring and grey literature
Schöpfel, Joachim ; Prost, Hélène
The paper will assess if and how the EU and the French Open Science Monitors provide qualitative and quantitative data on grey literature such as conference papers, theses and dissertations, reports, working papers or preprints. How is grey literature included in their data sources, in the methodology and indicators, in published surveys and case studies? The authors will contact the Monitor project teams to learn more about their future projects and if they intend to give more importance to the non-commercial part of academic communication.
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Exceptions for Cultural Heritage Institutions under the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market
Koščík, Michal ; Myška, Matěj (spoluautor prezentace)
On the 17th of April 2019, the EU Directive 2019/760 on copyright in the digital single market entered into force. The directive responds to the development of digital technology that enabled new uses of copyrighted works. The paper focuses on the exception for making copies of works by cultural heritage institutions (introduced it the Art. 6) and rules for using available out-of-commerce works (described in the Art. 8). The two legal concepts described above are selected for further analysis due to their relevance for the day-to-day operation of every library, archive or repository.
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Exception of text and data mining for the purposes of scientific research in the context of libraries and repositories
Míšek, Jakub
Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market aims to update copyright legislation to meet the needs of the information society. The paper focuses on Article 3, which introduces a mandatory exemption from the copyright and sui generis database right for extraction of texts and data for scientific research purposes. The first part of the paper presents the exception. The second part focuses on the possibilities and pitfalls of national implementation. The third part relates the exception to the activities of libraries and repositories.
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Impact of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market on Libraries and Repositories
Myška, Matěj
For libraries and repositories, the articles regulating new exceptions and limitations are the most relevant in the newly adopted Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. This contribution however will focus on other provisions (in particular measures to achieve a well-functioning market for copyright, i.e. Article 17, concerning the use of protected content by online content-sharing service providers and Article 15 on protection of press publications). The paper gives an overview and a critical analysis of the potential impact of these provisions and explores the possibilities of the Czech legislator in their implementation.
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Increasing the visibility of grey literature in Algerian institutional repositories
Ahcene, Babori ; Nabil, Aknouche
This paper aims to discover the benefits and the impact of institutional repositories and its role to support the scientific research and enhancing the global visibility and impact of grey literature through answering the following questions: Which are the best practices to improve the visibility of grey literature? How could we achieve a high visibility of grey literature in Algerian institutional repository?
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The Integration of ETDs into the University Repository of the TUL
Vencláková, Jitka ; Trykarová, Markéta
The paper maps the entire process of building and commissioning the digital repository of the Technical University of Liberec. It also briefly discusses the preparation phase, and primary options for storing and accessing theses and publications. The whole process of assembling the repository has been seen from a direct participant’s point of view. This contribution is a summary of practical experience and examples of good practice, and moreover, points out the demonstration of failed processes. In addition, the contribution includes a description of the current state of active repository processes and a brief proposal for its further development and improvement
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Measuring the value of open access ETDs in the Algerian digital repositories: an evaluative study
Mettai, Khaled ; Boumarafi, Behdja
Over the past years, grey literature in general and ETDs in particular has been growing more and more digitally. Algeria ranked first among Arab countries with 15 digital repositories. Electronic Digital Theses (EDTs) represent a huge percentage of the repositories content. There are 14 repositories in which their content policies collect theses and dissertations as well as other types of documents such as articles, reports, etc. The usage of ETDs by undergraduates has been exponentially increased. The study aims to highlight and evaluate the tools for measuring the usage of ETDs in the digital repositories and their availability, the extent of using ETDs by users and evaluation methodology.
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