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Автор: Брэзер Кэролайн. Cтатьи, опубликованные в журнале "Научные и технические библиотеки", начиная с 2013 г.

Научные и технические библиотеки: Год: 2013, Номер: 05

УДК: 021.89
Гибби Ричард - Британская библиотека (Лондон, Великобритания),
Брэзер Кэролайн - Британская библиотека (Лондон, Великобритания).

Gibby Richard,
Brazier Caroline

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Аннотация: Освещено состояние и продвижение законодательства об обязательном экземпляре документов в Великобритании. Доклад на совместном заседании «Обязательное депонирование электронных документов: от законодательства к реализации, от комплектования к доступу», организованном Секцией библиографии, Союзом по выработки электронных стратегий Конференции директоров национальных библиотек, секциями Информационных технологий, Национальных библиотек, Управления знаниями в ходе 77-й Генеральной конференции ИФЛА (13–18 авг. 2011 г., Сан Хуан, Пуэрто Рико). Публикуется с одобрения Аппарата ИФЛА. Оригинал на английском языке – см: http://conference.ifla.org/ifla77
Аннотация: UK legislation for e-legal deposit has been long in its gestation, from lobbying and a first consultation on the need for new legislation some fourteen years ago, through the passing of an enabling Act in 2003, to draft regulations for implementing e-legal deposit which should be approved this year. A review of the UK experience offers lessons for others, including how the legislative process is influenced by the cultural, economic and political context in which it is developed and how the choice of legislative vehicle may have important, and sometimes unanticipated, consequences. The UK legal deposit libraries have worked together with publishing representatives to understand the practical implications of implementing legal deposit for digitally-published material, and to shape the legislation in such a way as to address the entirely legitimate concerns of publishers and other stakeholders, especially with regard to the potential risks for publishers if there were no control over the ways in which deposited material is used. Due consideration has also been given to other regulations and requirements, which are not necessarily directly related to e-legal deposit but which nevertheless have practical implications for how it may be implemented by the libraries. Paper presented at the joint session № 193 e-Legal deposit: from legislation to implementation; from ingest to access, arranged by Bibliography Section, IFLA-CDNL Alliance for Digital Strategies Programme, Information Technology Section, National Libraries Section, Knowledge Management Section, within the 77-th IFLA General Conference and Assembly (San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 13-18, 2011). Original in English: http://conference.ifla.org/ifla77 Published by IFLA Headquarters approval.

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