Seize the E-Journal: Models for archiving symposium: Report
A half-day symposium, “Seize the E-Journal: Models for Archiving,” was held, May 26, 2004, after the conclusion of MLA '04, the 104th Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association (MLA), in Washington, DC. The symposium was sponsored by the Collection Development Section.
The objectives of the symposium were for the 100 participants to become familiar with current electronic journal archiving models, to discuss future-oriented priorities for collection development, and to suggest electronic archival strategies for individual, organizational, consortial, and national libraries. The program included presentations by four experts on their archiving models, input from reaction panel members on the various models presented, a question-and-answer session, and, finally, a breakout discussion session that allowed participants to brainstorm on future archiving priorities and standards. Presentations from the session, along with a Web bibliography of related resources, are maintained on the Collection Development Section Website
Ramune K. Kubilius and Linda J. Walton. "Seize the E-Journal: Models for archiving symposium: Report" Journal of the Medical Library Association: JMLA 93.1 (2005): 126-129.
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