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New-Model Scholarship: How Will It Survive?Abby Smith. (CLIR Reports, no. 114) Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), 2003. 55 p. $15 Full text (PDF and HTML) also available online <http://www.clir.org/pubs/abstract/pub114abst.html> (ISBN 1-887334-99-8)

This report grew out of a 2002 meeting, hosted by CLIR and funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to discuss the preservation of digital scholarly resources and the needs of various stakeholders. The report includes summaries of discussion at the conference and two papers circulated in advance, written by Dale Fleckner (Harvard University) and Abby Smith and Daniel Greenstein (CLIR and Digital Library Federation). Smith argues that the "new-model," born-digital scholarship being produced by faculty and graduate students is worthy of access into the future and trustworthy digital archives should be created for long-term accessibility. (S.H.)

Going Live: Starting & Running a Virtual Reference Service, ed. Steve Coffman. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2003. 190 p. softcover. $42 (ISBN 0-8389-0850)

Coffman, vice president for product development at LSSI (Library Systems and Services Inc.) has compiled a basic handbook for the entire process. Useful checklists enhance chapters on designing, implementing, operating, and marketing. Those who are just planning virtual services should look at the software feature checklist (Appendix A) and Bernie Sloan's abridged bibliography, available in full at <http://alexia.lis.uiuc.edu/~b-sloan/digiref.html> (S.H.)



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ISSN
1530-7131
Print ISSN
1531-2542
Pages
p. 700
Launched on MUSE
2003-11-25
Open Access
No
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