IDF Open Meeting: Resource Access for a Digital World
17 June 2008
Offices of the European Union
Hosted by the Office of Publications of the European Union (OPOCE)
Each summer the International DOI Foundation holds a meeting for its member organisations and external participants; in recent years these have developed into thematic meetings. This year's main theme is resource access for the digital world: the use of identifier systems, especially the DOI® System and Handle System®, in libraries and related areas, to provide persistence, support description and social infrastructure through management across open networks.
|DOI System, Resources, and the Networked Environment, Norman Paskin, IDF|
|Resource Description and Access for the Digital World, Gordon Dunsire, Centre for Digital Library Research, University of Strathclyde|
|Enabling Access By Permission; Standards for Rights Expression Within the ONIX Family, Brian Green, Editeur|
|Access to Non-textual Information: The Big Challenge for Libraries What the DOI System Can Do to Help,|
Jan Brase, TIB Germany
|Access to National Resources, Jill Cousins, Executive Director, European Digital Library Foundation|
|Also of interest from the Handle System Workshop:|
|DOI Impact on End Users, Ed Pentz, CrossRef|
Updated 19 June 2008
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