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  • Diritti in gioco: Comunicazione scientifica, copyright e licenze d’uso I diritti della biblioteca: accesso alla conoscenza, proprietà intellettuale e nuovi servizi
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  • What is CARE ?
    • CRUI- Conference of Rectors of Italian Universities Library Committee- a 3 year project called CARE- Coordinamento per l’accesso alle risorse elettroniche
    • CRUI assembly approval and the project started out at the end of 2006
    • CARE: 3 consortia (CILEA- Digital Library, CIBER/CASPUR, CIPE)+ 3 rapresentatives of the Italian universities
  • CARE main objectives
    • Improving access and services related to e-resources at national level
    • Promoting national deals
    • Negotiating best licence clauses
    • Devising cost sharing models, proposing business models
    • Acting on govt on VAT issues or other issues penalizing e-resources and their dissemination
    • Promoting national solutions for long term preservation
    • Maintaining contacts with national and international organizations acting in this area
  • CARE results
    • Contract Negotiations
    • CARE initiated the first national deal: the renewal of Elsevier Science contract in 2007. Almost finalized. Negotiators: Content Complete + local consultant under the lead and supervision of CARE group.
    • In July 2007 the renewal of Springer contract started and it is almost finalized.
    • In September 2007 started a negotiation with PORTICO- Negotiations finalised in February 2008
  • Users/libraries rights and licence clauses
    • Progress has been made but still a long way to go
    • Authorized Users
    • Permitted use
    • ILL
    • Open Access and Hybrid Model
    • Archival Rights
  • Quality access problems
    • Users rights, library rights vs publishers and professional societies rights
    • Metadata quality- linking resolver – knowledge base
    • Publisher’s platforms vs Google
    • Quality (content, editorial process, peer-reviewing)
  • Definition of authorized users
    • Inclusion of other categories
    • Alumni
    • Retired Staff
  • Permitted uses
    • Publicly display or publicly perform parts of the licensed material as a part of a presentation at a seminar , conference, workshop or other such similar activity
    • Incorporating parts of the material in print and electronic and non-print perceptible form(Braille) course packs
    • Deposit in perpetuity the learning and teaching objects in electronic repositories on secure network system
    • Incorporating parts of the materials in electronic form in assignements, portofolio, in thesis and dissertations (Academic Works)
  • ILL Clause
    • Digital rights management and access issues
    • DD - Secure electronic transmission
    • Crucial issue for electronic articles: previous print of copy,
    • Recognition of NILDE a secure electronic transmission system
  • Open Access
    • save and deposit the articles of which authorized users in institutional archives or disciplinary ones
    • current CARE licences with Elsevier and Springer include a clause on deposit of the post-print version of articles in author’s institutional archives (including DOI and a link to publishers’ website)
  • Hybrid model
    • Author’s pay model and journal subscription costs
    • A clause referring to a subscription price decrease in case more open access articles
    • are published
    • So far no effect, few OA articles are published?
    • Is the model sustanaible?
  • Archival rights
    • Crucial issue
    • Post-cancellations rights
    • Access restricted to library subscribed titles in package deals
    • Cost per download or nominal fee(?)
  • Long term preservation
    • More solutions in place (LOCKSS, PORTICO, third party repositories)
    • More costs for libraries
  • Few more issues
    • Users rights, library rights vs publishers and professional societies rights
      • Transfer titles; Code of Practice - Transfer
      • XML versions- the electronic version is not an output of the print journal, it is something different, something nes. More investments are requested in this area- Semantic Web, text mining, data mining- New standards (ORE)
    • Publisher’s platforms vs Google
    • Metadata quality- linking resolver – knowledge base
      • Certification and auditing processes are necessary, linking resolves can be very frustrating for the end-users and above all for librariand
    • Quality (content, editorial process, peer-reviewing)
  • Cited web sites
    • CARE- http://www.crui-care.it
    • INFER – http://www.infer.it
    • CILEA- Digital Library – http ://cdl.cilea.it
    • CIBER – http://www.uniciber.it
    • CASPUR- http://www.caspur.it
    • CIPE – http://www.unicipe.it
    • PLEIADI – http://www.openarchives.it/pleiadi