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The library reboot

Publicado em: 28/03/13

Sayeed Choudhury demonstrates the visualization wall, part of Johns Hopkins University’s drive to transform how its libraries and researchers deal with data. WILL KIRK/JHU HOMEWOOD PHOTOGRAPHY

Publishing frontiers: The library reboot

As scientific publishing moves to embrace open

Richard Monastersky

Fonte citada, com licença

de publicação da Nature n. 3117600688314

, cedida em 28/3/2013 > Acesse o texto completo

[…] Around the world, university libraries are racing to reinvent themselves to keep up with rapid transformations in twenty-first-century scholarship. They still do a brisk business in purchasing books, licensing access to academic journals and providing study spaces and research training for students. And libraries are increasingly helping teachers to develop courses and adopt new technologies. But for working scientists, who can now browse scientific literature online without leaving their desks, much of this activity goes unseen. For many, libraries seem to be relics that no longer serve their needs.[…]

[…] Around the world, university libraries are racing to reinvent themselves to keep up with rapid transformations in twenty-first-century scholarship. They still do a brisk business in purchasing books, licensing access to academic journals and providing study spaces and research training for students. And libraries are increasingly helping teachers to develop courses and adopt new technologies. But for working scientists, who can now browse scientific literature online without leaving their desks, much of this activity goes unseen. For many, libraries seem to be relics that no longer serve their needs. […]