Book digitization
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Sustainability: a critical challenge of digitizing This issue raises many concerns for media degaussing. Poor reliability of storage and the rapid evolution of formats (proprietary formats appearance) present real physical files conservation issues. The latter includes two logic: the back-up … Read More

VAT for publications in EU member states
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VAT is currently regulated by Council Directive 2006/112/EC of 28 November 2006 on the common system of value added tax (the “VAT Directive”). Under the current rules, Member States may apply a reduced VAT rate to books, periodicals and newspapers … Read More

Valuing the text online in electronic publishing: formats and protocols
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To enhance the online text, several strategies are used. In particular, we work on typography and accessibility. We must also work on data exchange protocols (interoperability) as the OAI-PMH on data exchange formats, such as OPDS (Bookserver), Dublin Core, ONIX. … Read More

Technologies for electronic publishing
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Within the digital edition there are three categories of electronic media: The Web The web is a public hypertext system (ie it contains links and information) working on Internet. It allows you to view, using a browser, accessible pages on … Read More

MEMORIAL 1989, 2 (12) / 2013, Timişoara
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Buletin ştiinţific şi de informare    MEMORIALUL REVOLUŢIEI 16-22 DECEMBRIE 1989  CENTRUL NAŢIONAL DE DOCUMENTARE,  CERCETARE ŞI INFORMARE PUBLICĂ DESPRE  REVOLUŢIA DIN DECEMBRIE 1989    STUDII  Richard Andrew Hall – Rescrierea istoriei revoluţiei. Triumful revizionismului securist în România de după … Read More

MEMORIAL 1989, 2013, Timişoara
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Scientific and Information Bulletin MEMORIALUL REVOLUŢIEI 16-22 DECEMBRIE 1989 The National Center of Documentation, Research and Public Informing on the Romanian Revolution Foreword …………………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Victor Neumann The Civic Spirit of Timişoara during the National-Communist Years ……….. 6 Georg Herbstritt … Read More

Open access and Creative Commons for scientific works
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Open access is the online availability of digital content, established by the author to be either free (Creative Commons, etc.) or in any of the intellectual property regimes. Open access is mainly used for articles in academic research journals, selected … Read More

The “ideal” characteristics of the electronic text
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Three main qualities were identified for electronic text – readability, maneuverability and quotability, to which can be added localization. Readability The broadcast in digital book must be readable. This requires: to be described by an open format, as opposed to … Read More

Book digital edition
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Second age of electronic publishing, is one in which text editing is natively digital but is not thought specifically for network applications. The digital edition illustrates one of the key challenges of electronic publishing, namely the accessibility of the text. … Read More

Digital libraries and Project Gutenberg
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Computerization in “text” format is born in the United States in 1971 at the initiative of Michael Hart, a student at the University of Illinois. On July 4, 1971, National Day, he seized the Declaration of Independence of the U.S. … Read More

COUNTER
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COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources) is a standard for the use of online content. She was born in 2002 at the initiative of publishers, libraries and library consortia. She gave birth to a British company nonprofit: Counter … Read More