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  • 1
    Language: English
    Subject(s): Wissenschaftliches Publizieren ; Electronic Publishing + Desktop Publishing ; Digitale Dokumente + Elektronische Dokumente (Bibliothekswesen) ; Internet + World Wide Web (Computersysteme) ; Urheberrecht + Autorenrechte ; Wissenschaftliche Information (Bibliothekswesen) ; Freier Informationsfluss (Information) ; Sachliteratur ; Wissenschaftliche Bibliotheken + Technische Bibliotheken (Bibliothekswesen) ; Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich ; Szenarien + Zukunftsmodelle ; Einundzwanzigstes Jahrhundert N. Chr ; Scientific Publishing ; Electronic Publishing + Desktop Publishing ; Digital Documents + Electronic Documents (Librarianship) ; Internet + World Wide Web (Computer Systems) ; Copyright + Author'S Rights ; Scientific Information (Librarianship) ; Free Flow Of Information (Information) ; Specialized Literature ; Research Libraries + Technical Libraries (Librarianship) ; Scenarios + Models Of The Future ; Twenty-First Century A.D ; Library & Information Sciences ; Data Processing, Computer Science
    Source: Research Collection (ETH Zurich)
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  • 2
    Book chapter
    Book chapter
    2018
    ISBN: 9783110551822  ISBN: 9783110553796  ISBN: 9783110551877  ISBN: 3110551829  ISBN: 3110553791  ISBN: 311055187X 
    Language: German
    In: Bibliotheken der Schweiz: Innovation durch Kooperation; Festschrift für Susanna Bliggenstorfer anlässlich ihres Rücktrittes als Direktorin der Zentralbibliothek Zürich
    Description: Geodaten sind in einer ganzen Reihe von Disziplinen eine äusserst wichtige Grundlage für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Lehre. Der neue nationale Service geodata4edu.ch soll Studierenden und Forschenden in der Schweiz den Zugang zu lizenzpflichtigen Geodaten - zugeschnitten auf die jeweiligen Bedürfnisse - erleichtern. Die Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil (HSR) sowie die ETH Zürich, vertreten durch das Institut für Kartografie und Geoinformation (IKG) und die ETH-Bibliothek, haben geodata4edu.ch in einem gemeinsamen zweijährigen Projekt aufgebaut. Das nutzerorientierte Portal bietet einen zentralen Zugang zu Geodaten von Bundesämtern und Kantonen. Gegenwärtig wird der Service schweizweit in der akademischen Community bekannt gemacht, um einen möglichst breiten Kundenkreis zu gewinnen. Projektgelder stehen im Rahmen des Programms P-5 „Wissenschaftliche Information“ von swissuniversities noch bis Ende 2018 zur Verfügung. Bis dahin soll geodata4edu.ch an den Schweizer Hochschulen etabliert und der Service weiter gestärkt sein.
    Subject(s): Library & Information Science
    ISBN: 9783110551822
    ISBN: 9783110553796
    ISBN: 9783110551877
    ISBN: 3110551829
    ISBN: 3110553791
    ISBN: 311055187X
    Source: Research Collection (ETH Zurich)
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  • 3
    Language: English
    In: LIBER quarterly, 01 July 2001, Vol.11(1), pp.87-97
    Description: Although the idea that co-operative licensing of electronically researchable information products would bring positive benefits for academic libraries has probably been grasped by libraries in general, what is often lacking is a highperformance infrastructure, which would ensure its complicated management and extend the consortium in the medium term. This leads to the conclusion that the benefits of consortium-based solutions are relatively easy to present and would easily be accepted by those „affected“. On the other hand, the concrete workload often falls upon a few enthusiastic librarians. Up to a few months ago, the situation in Switzerland was no different, whereby in this country, the complex underlying political conditions made the situation particularly difficult for academic libraries. In the meantime, a consortium has managed to establish itself on a national level and the first products licenced in co-operation are in use. The following exposition gives a brief introduction...
    Subject(s): Library & Information Science
    ISSN: 14355205
    E-ISSN: 2213-056X
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  • 4
    In: LIBER Quarterly 11(1), 87-97 (2001)
    Description: Although the idea that co-operative licensing of electronically researchable information products would bring positive benefits for academic libraries has probably been grasped by libraries in general, what is often lacking is a highperformance infrastructure, which would ensure its complicated management and extend the consortium in the medium term. This leads to the conclusion that the benefits of consortium-based solutions are relatively easy to present and would easily be accepted by those „affected“. On the other hand, the concrete workload often falls upon a few enthusiastic librarians. Up to a few months ago, the situation in Switzerland was no different, whereby in this country, the complex underlying political conditions made the situation particularly difficult for academic libraries. In the meantime, a consortium has managed to establish itself on a national level and the first products licenced in co-operation are in use. The following exposition gives a brief introduction to Switzerland’s specific situation and also sketches the basic structures of this co-operation model.
    Subject(s): Boek- ; Bibliotheek- En Informatiewetenschappen
    Source: Utrecht University
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  • 5
    Language: English
    Subject(s): Geografische Informationssysteme ; Geographical Information System ; Switzerland (Central Europe). Swiss Confederation ; Schweiz (Mitteleuropa). Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft ; Geodateninfrastruktur, Gdi + Spatial Data Infrastructure, SDI (Kartographie) ; Databases FOR Special Subjects (Librarianship) ; Informationsdatenbanken + Fachspezifische Datenbanken (Bibliothekswesen) ; Spatial Data Infrastructure, SDI (Cartography) ; Earth Sciences ; Library & Information Sciences
    Source: Research Collection (ETH Zurich)
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  • 6
    Language: English
    In: 2017
    Source: Research Collection (ETH Zurich)
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  • 7
    Language: German
    In: Zeitschrift fur Bibliothekswesen und Bibliographie, May 2005, Vol.52(5), pp.245-266
    Subject(s): Academic Libraries ; Library Consortia ; Periodicals ; Federal Government ; Germany ; Austria ; Switzerland ; Gasco
    ISSN: 0044-2380
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  • 8
    Article
    Article
    2000
    ISSN: 0006-1972 
    In: Bibliotheksdienst, 2000, Vol.34(3), pp.372-374
    ISSN: 0006-1972
    E-ISSN: 2194-9646
    Source: Walter de Gruyter GmbH
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  • 9
    In: Information Services & Use, 09/14/2009, Vol.29(1), pp.13-27
    Description: The scientific and information communities have largely mastered the presentation of, and linkages between, text-based electronic information by assigning persistent identifiers to give scientific literature unique identities and accessibility. Knowledge, as published through scientific literature, is often the last step in a process originating from scientific research data. Today scientists are using simulation, observational, and experimentation techniques that yield massive quantities of research data. These data are analyzed, synthesized, interpreted, and the outcome of this process is generally published as a scientific article. Access to the original data as the foundation of knowledge has become an important issue throughout the world and different projects have started to find solutions. Global collaboration and scientific advances could be accelerated through broader access to scientific research data. In other words, data access could be revolutionized through the same technologies used to make textual literature accessible. The most obvious opportunity to broaden visibility of and access to research data is to integrate its access into the medium where it is most often cited: electronic textual information. Besides this opportunity, it is important, irrespective of where they are cited, for research data to have an internet identity. Since 2005, the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) has offered a successful Digital Object Identifier (DOI) registration service for persistent identification of research data. In this white paper we discuss the possibilities to open this registration to a global consortium of information institutes and libraries.
    Subject(s): Engineering ; Library & Information Science;
    ISSN: 01675265
    E-ISSN: 18758789
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  • 10
    Language: English
    In: Information Services & Use, 0, 2009, Vol.29(1), pp.13-27
    Description: The scientific and information communities have largely mastered the presentation of, and linkages between, textbased electronic information by assigning persistent identifiers to give scientific literature unique identities and accessibility. Knowledge, as published through scientific literature, is often the last step in a process originating from scientific research data. Today scientists are using simulation, observational, and experimentation techniques that yield massive quantifies of research data. These data are analyzed, synthesized, interpreted, and the outcome of this process is generally published as a scientific article. Access to the original data as the foundation of knowledge has become an important issue throughout the world and different projects have started to find solutions. Global collaboration and scientific advances could be accelerated through broader access to scientific research data. In other words, data access could be revolutionized through the same technologies used to make textual literature accessible. The most obvious opportunity to broaden visibility of and access to research data is to integrate its access into the medium where it is most often cited: electronic textual information. Besides this opportunity, it is important, irrespective of where they are cited, for research data to have an internet identity. Since 2005, the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) has offered a successful Digital Object Identifier (DOI) registration service for persistent identification of research data. In this white paper we discuss the possibilities to open this registration to a global consortium of information institutes and libraries. DOI 10.3233/ISU-2009-0595
    Subject(s): Scholarly Publishing ; Digital Object Identifiers ; Germany ; Publishing ; Article
    ISSN: 0167-5265
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    Source: Library & Information Science Abstracts
    Source: Library and Information Science Abstracts (LISA)
    Source: Library & Information Science Collection
    Source: Social Science Premium Collection
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