Electronic Resources in the Digital Age
Session coordinator: Petra Štogrová Jedličková, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Czech Republic
Where: 27. 5. 2009, 14.15 - 17.30, Auditorium D
Czech Publishing and E-sources
Autor: Klára Sušická, Municipal Library of Prague, Czech Republic
The mass and durable change in the standard reading habits of a nation can only come to being with the principal innovation of its publishing market. No doubt, the number of interesting digitization projects has highly increased in the Czech Republic in several last years, often thanks to the international supporting programs. Unfortunately, the common lower attractiveness of the serious electronic text document among most of the population would probably stay by these new repositories unaffected. - Some successful, starting or financially uncertain concepts of the Czech official publishers to offer their products electronically and online will be presented, both the serials and the monographs; the Czech internet aggregators will be shown as fragmentary; the existing demand on the Czech speaking electronic sources, at least in the public libraries, will be illustrated; the growing abandonment of the offered secondary education matter on the behoof of the free accessible excerpts will be questioned, not regardless of the used languages.
Klára Sušická graduated studies at The Charles University – she obtained Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Master’s degree in Philology and Linguistics. Since 2004 she has been employed as an acquisition specialist in The Municipal Library of Prague, her competence involves purchasing, administrating and systemizing of the library external databases’ collection.
Other papers in this session:
The Culture of Open APIs in the Age of Cloud Computing: New Information Paradigms or Old Information Paradoxes?
Author: Denisa Kera, National University of Singapore, Communications and New Media programme, Singapore
Transfer of Knowledge in Cyberspace: Issue of Monitoring, Data Analysis and Evaluation with regard to the Transmissivity of Virtual Worlds and Reality
Author: Jakub Štogr, Charles University in Prague - Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Czech Republic
Author: Tomáš Rain, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Ivana Švarcová, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
Author: Dominik Fellner, St. John´s College - Teachers´ Training College, Czech Republic
Author: Bohuš Získal, Charles University in Prague - Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship, Czech Republic
Author: František Zachoval, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Jan Vidlička, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic