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Between open access and copyright: document supply in France

Between open access and copyright: document supply in France Purpose – The article aims to provide an update on the situation of document supply and interlibrary loan in France in the first months of 2005. The main topic is open access to scientific information. Design/methodology/approach – Describes open access, consortial purchasing, national archives, portals, electronic delivery and legal issues. Some evidence is given on the impact of electronic journals on document supply. Findings – In the France of 2005, the legal environment and the (science, technical and medical) STM lobby continue to strengthen the position of rights‐holders (publishers) and to increase restrictions and prices of access to scientific information, fixing unrealistic copyright fees around a US$30 level. Originality/value – Provides international interlending and document supply (ILDS) practitioners with intelligence on the current developments in interlending and document supply in France. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Interlending & Document Supply Emerald Publishing

Between open access and copyright: document supply in France

Interlending & Document Supply , Volume 33 (3): 4 – Sep 1, 2005

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © 2005 Emerald Group Publishing Limited. All rights reserved.
ISSN
0264-1615
DOI
10.1108/02641610510618063
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Abstract

Purpose – The article aims to provide an update on the situation of document supply and interlibrary loan in France in the first months of 2005. The main topic is open access to scientific information. Design/methodology/approach – Describes open access, consortial purchasing, national archives, portals, electronic delivery and legal issues. Some evidence is given on the impact of electronic journals on document supply. Findings – In the France of 2005, the legal environment and the (science, technical and medical) STM lobby continue to strengthen the position of rights‐holders (publishers) and to increase restrictions and prices of access to scientific information, fixing unrealistic copyright fees around a US$30 level. Originality/value – Provides international interlending and document supply (ILDS) practitioners with intelligence on the current developments in interlending and document supply in France.

Journal

Interlending & Document SupplyEmerald Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 2005

Keywords: Portals; Electronic journals; Document delivery; Copyright law; France

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