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Al-Aufi, Ali, and Paul Genoni. 2010. "An investigation of digital scholarship and disciplinary
culture in Oman". Library Hi Tech. 28 (3): 414-432.
Alqudah, Fayyad. 2008. "The Legal Protection of Databases: a Study of Jordanian Law". Arab
Law Quarterly.22 (4): 359-386.
Alsamdan, Ahmad. 2006. "Development of Copyright Law in Kuwait". Arab Law
Quarterly.20 (3): 211-239.
Bailey, C. W. 2006. "Strong Copyright + DRM + Weak Net Neutrality = Digital
Dystopia?" Information Technology and Libraries.25 (3): 116-127.
Baker, Matthew. 2009. "Be Creative, Determined, and Wise: Open Library Publishing and the
Global South". Computers in Libraries.29 (10): 6.
Benamer H.T., and Bakoush O. 2009. "Arab nations lagging behind other Middle Eastern
countries in biomedical research: A comparative study". BMC Medical Research Methodology.9
El Said, Mohammed. 2008. The development of intellectual property protection in the Arab
world. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press.
Esseh, Samuel Kwaku Smith. 2006. The Open Access (Open Journal Systems) paradigm and the
production of scholarly journals in developing countries. Burnaby B.C.: Simon Fraser
Fitzgerald, Brian F., and Rami Olwan. 2009. Copyright and innovation in the digital age : The
United Arab Emirates.
Goodman, Jane E. 2002. ""Stealing our heritage?": women's folksongs, copyright law, and
the public domain in Algeria". Africa Today.49 (1): 97-97.
Guindon, Alex. 2006. "A Very Short History of Copyright: Adopting the User's Perspective."
Canadian Journal of Information & Library Sciences 30, no. 3/4: 153-174.
Hesse, C. 2002. The rise of intellectual property, 700 B.C.-A.D. 2000: An idea in the balance.
Daedalus, 131(2), 26-45.
Jayakar, Krishna P. 2003. "Cross-Sectoral Differences in Intellectual PropertyEnforcement in
Developing Countries: The Role of State-Industry Linkages."Information Society 19, no. 2: 155.
Manzurul Islam. 2000. "Academic Publishing and the University Presses: The Case in a
Developing Region (Saudi Arabia)". Scholarly Publishing.32 (1): 24.
Mourad, M. 2010. Students' adoption of an open access online education service.Online
information Review, 34(4), 604-617.
Palmer, Loretta M. 2006. "Balancing intellectual property rights with publicobligations in
developing nations: Lessons from Africa." Critical Arts: ASouth-North Journal of Cultural
& Media Studies 20, no. 1: 62-82.
Pistorius, Tana. 2006. "Copyright in the Information Age: The catch-22 of digital technology."
Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies 20, no. 1: 47-61.
United States. Patent and Trademark Office.2007. Use & Protection of Intellectual Property: A
Guide for Arab Professionals, Book Two. No place: no publisher.
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[Source in Arabic: Scholarly communication and open access: researchers and academic libraries
in the Arab world]
Sherman, Will. 2007. "33 Reasons Why Libraries and Librarians are Still Extremely
Important". Information Outlook : the Monthly Magazine of the Special Libraries
Association. 11 (6): 66.
Vathitphund, Thipsurang. 2010. "Access to knowledge difficulties in developingcountries: A
balanced access to copyrighted works in the digital environment."International Review of Law,
Computers & Technology 24, no. 1: 7-16.
Witten, Ian H., Michel Loots, Maria F. Trujillo, and David Bainbridge. 2001. "The Promise of
Digital Libraries in Developing Countries." Communications of the ACM 44, no. 5: 82-85.
Younis, Abdul Razeq Mustafa. 2005. "Local online information systems in Jordanian university
libraries". Online Information Review.29 (1): 54-74.