What word do you use to say "the way you identify and inform about your e-resources" ? In french we use "signalement", but I don't think "signposting" is used in english in this context (I don't remember reading it in professional literature). Any help is welcome !
I'm participating in the organisation of a conference about "libraries and disability" (overview of the situation, innovations in the field, etc). I'm looking for an image related to the theme for the flyers and posters : any suggestion ?
Lately I've been trying to figure out where to submit the article I've been working on for the last year and a bit, and suddenly I have a lot more sympathy for some of the things faculty do and the choices they make. I've identified five potential journals whose scopes match the topic of the article to a greater or lesser degree:
There's a discussion here about making public the yearly spendings for e-resources of all universities : what do you think ? Do you know of some type of public mutualizatin of this kind of information ?
Was just sent an LIS journal article to peer-review. Not only is the content nonexistent, it's barely written in English. I dont want to be That Bitch Reviewer...how does one even start with one of these?
I'm supposed to describe the workflow of e-resources management in my library. As I'm alone in doing this for years, I've never written anything, all is shelved in my small brain... So I'm looking for examples of workflow diagrams or policies related to e-resources - any help welcome !