Die Hochschulbibliotheken und die Entwicklung der Informationsinfrastrukturen in Deutschland

June 2012
Bibliotheksdienst;jun2012, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p478
Trade Publication
The article presents a response by the university libraries section of the Deutscher Bibliotheksverband (German Library Association, dbv) to a report of the Kommission für die künftige Informationsinfrastruktur (Commission on Future Information Infrastructure, KII) of the German Gemeinsame Wissenschaftskonferenz der Bundes und der Länder (Joint Federal and State Academic Conference, GWK). The dbv's positions on several subjects are outlined, including licensing, digital preservation, and open access.


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