UKSG Transfer: A collaborative project to improve journal transfers - Webinar

18 Jan 2011 16:00
18 Jan 2011 17:00
Europe/London

 Webinar Details

UKSG Transfer: a collaborative project to improve journal transfers
January 18, 2011, 11 am EST/ 4pm GMT

Speakers:

The Genesis of Transfer - Ed Pentz, Executive Director, Crossref and Chair, Transfer Working Group

The librarian view of Transfer - Nancy Marie Beals, Electronic Resources Librarian, Wayne State University Libraries

The publisher view of Transfer - Yvonne Campfens, Springer, Executive Vice President eOperations

 Slides from the event are now available.

Webinar Registration

Event registration will be free for members of UKSG and NASIG and £30 for non-members. Each organization will handle the registration of their members, European non-members will be processed by UKSG and North American non-members will be processed by NASIG .   Booking for this event is now closed.  For further information, please contact Karen Sadler telephone +44 (0)1865 310834.

Webinar Rates

Member rate: Free for NASIG and UKSG members
European Non-Member rate: £30

Webinar Description

The Transfer Code of Practice responds to the expressed needs of the scholarly journal community for consistent guidelines to help publishers ensure that journal content remains easily accessible by librarians and readers when there is a transfer between parties, and to ensure that the transfer process occurs with minimum disruption. Publishers are being asked to publicly endorse and follow the Code of Practice which is a set of voluntary "best practices" for the industry but the success of the Transfer Code of Practice also depends on librarians asking publishers to endorse the Code and making sure they follow it. There is also a UKSG Transfer Notification email list and blog where Transfer publishers post notices of journal ownership changes. This webinar will provide an introduction and overview of the Code and notification service and an update on how the project is developing.

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