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No such thing as society? On the individuality of information behavior David Bawden, Lyn Robinson Article first published online: 9 OCT 2013 DOI: 10.1002/asi.22971
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Issue Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Volume 64, Issue 12, pages 2587–2590, December 2013
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The new issue (Vol 25, No. 4; Winter 2013) of Information Standards Quarterly (ISQ) became available online earlier today. A PDF version of the complete issue is also available. Ted Fons, Executive Director, Data Services and WorldCat Quality Management at OCLC, is the guest content editor of this issue. He says: The success of the web as a research tool has dramatically changed the library’s role in the exposure of library catalogs.…The rise of new metadata initiatives reflects the need to respond to this change and to increase our effectiveness in the exchange and management of library metadata. It is my hope that this set of thoughtful essays provides you with some insight into the landscape of new metadata initiatives and is a useful continuation of the dialog on how we can improve data exchange. The complete table of contents is available here. Direct to Articles
Introduction from the Guest Content Editor by Ted Fons, OCLC BIBFRAME: Not Just Walking, But Running by Kevin Ford, Chief of the Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress Feature Article: Are Current Bibliographic Models Suitable for Integration with the Web? by Lars G. Svensson, German National Library Opinion: Replacing MARC: Where to Start by Paul Moss, OCLC In Practice: A Transformative Opportunity: BIBFRAME at the George Washington University, an Early Experimenter by Jackie Shieh, George Washington University In Practice: Interview with Gildas Illien, Director, Bibliographic and Digital Information Department, Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) Interview by Ten Fons In Practice: Schema Bib Extend by Richard Wallis, OCLC NISO Reports: Charting a Course through a New Exchange Environment: The NISO Bibliographic Roadmap initiative by Todd Carpenter, NISO NOTEWORTHY COUNTER Releases First PIRUS Code of Practice for Recording and Reporting Usage at the Individual Article Level AAP Publishes EPUB 3 Implementation White Paper ANSI Launches Online Portal for Standards Incorporated by Reference STANDARDS IN DEVELOPMENT, November 15, 2013 The complete table of contents is available here. A PDF version of the complete issue is also available. See Also: Video: Bibliographic Framework Initiative (BIBFRAME) Update – November 22, 2013
Die Association of American Publishers (AAP) hat ihren Jahresbericht 2017 fertig. Highlights:
"Non-fiction books for adults is the category with the largest growth for publishers, with a 5.4% increase in publisher revenue from 2016 to 2017."
"Downloaded audio remained the fastest growing format, with 28.8% year-over-year growth from 2016 to 2017 and 146.2% growth over the past five years (2013 – 2017)."
"For the first time publisher sales to physical and online retail channels were approximately equal at $7.6 billion and $7.5 billion respectively in 2017. Within online retail channels, 43.2% were print formats, 27% were eBooks, 16.3% were instructional materials, 10.5% were downloaded audio, and 3.1% were physical audio or a different format."
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