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Project DEAL: plans, challenges, results
Grötschel, Martin
DEAL is an initiative of the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany with the goal to conclude nationwide licensing agreements for the entire portfolio of electronic journals from major academic publishers. The intention is to bring about significant change to the status quo in relation to negotiations, content and pricing in the process and to achieve wide-scale, lasting improvements in open access to scholarly literature. The first agreement with a major publisher was signed on January 15, 2019 – after a long series of negotiations. I am a member of the DEAL negotiation team and will report on the whole range of plans and challenges as well as my expectations for future development.
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The Access to Electronic Journals - Comparison of Tools used by Selected Libraries in the CR
Vávra, David ; Římanová, Radka (advisor) ; Rösslerová, Klára (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with accessing to the electronic journals in Czech Republic's libraries. The theoretical part of the thesis defines term electronic resources (ER) and its parts. The thesis describes types of tools used by libraries for accessing ER and it describes examples of particular tools. The practical part of the thesis comprises analysis (based on interviews with ER managers) of ER solutions in three libraries - Library of the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague, Library of the Academy Sciences of the Czech Republic and Municipal Library of Prague. Libraries are then compared, theirs problematic parts are identified and the solution to those problems is proposed. Powered by TCPDF (

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