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Peterson-Sloss, Celeste, Computers in Libraries


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Words of Wisdom 'Everything you need for better future and success has already been written. And guess what? Alt you have to do is go to the library.'

-Henri Frederic Amiel

Springer Joins With Simula for OA Book Series

Springer and Simula Research Laboratory launched a new open access (OA) book series, Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing. It provides introductions to select research in computing, presents a state-of-the-art disciplinary overview, and raises critical questions in the field. The series is produced by SpringerOpen, and the books are published only by invitation from a member of the editorial board.

Alexander Street Press' New Streaming Online Resource

Alexander Street Press has a new streaming online resource, Australasian Video Online; it's available to libraries via annual subscription or a one-time purchase. Content includes videos published from the mid-20th century to now. There are a variety of titles used in the classroom, and they were supplied by content partners such as the National Film and Sound Archive's Film Australia Collection and SBS Television.

Wiley Offering APCs to Universities

Wiley entered a partnership with Jisc until December 2017. The deal provides credits for article-processing charges (APCs) to universities that license Wiley journal content under the terms of the Jisc journal agreement. Universities that pay both subscription charges for publications and fees to make articles open access (OA) will receive APC credits based on the prior year's total spend. …

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