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AAP, AMPA, DCPC (American Association of Publishers, American Medical Publishers Association, DC Principles Coalition). “Open Letter to NIH Director Zerhouni, August 23, 2004.” Available at

ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers). 2002. When a Society Journal Changes Publisher: ALPSP Guidelines for Good Practice (November). Available at

BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council). 2006. “BBSRC’s Position on Deposit of Publications,” news release, June 28, 2006. Available at

Bekaert, Jeroen, and Herbert Van de Sompel. 2006. “Augmenting Interoperability across Scholarly Repositories.” Paper presented at a meeting sponsored and supported by Microsoft, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Coalition for Networked Information, the Digital Library Federation, and the Joint Information Systems Committee, New York, N.Y., April 20–21, 2006. Available at

Bekaert, Jeroen, Xiaoming Liu, and Herbert Van de Sompel. 2005. “Using Standards in Digital Library Design & Development.” Tutorial presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Denver, Colo., June 7, 2005. Available at

Bell, Jonathan, and Stuart Lewis. 2006. Using OAI-PMH and METS for Exporting Metadata and Digital Objects between Repositories. Available at

Besek, June M. 2003. Copyright Issues Relevant to the Creation of a Digital Archive: A Preliminary Assessment. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources. Available at

Bowen, William G. 2005. New Times Always; Old Time We Cannot Keep. ARL Bimonthly Report 243 (December). Available at

The British Library. [n.d.]. Legal Deposit in the British Library, Interim Arrangements for the Legal Deposit of Electronic Publications. Available at

Bruce, Cary. 2005. “Going from Print to Online and the Role of Agents. EBSCO Information Services.” Paper presented at Informatio Medicata, Semmelweiss University, Budapest, November 9–10, 2005. Available at

California Digital Library. 2006. Technical Requirements for E-Journal Vendors, May 16, 2003; latest revision, April 21, 2006. Available at

Case, Mary M. 2004. A Snapshot in Time: ARL Libraries and Electronic Journal Resources. ARL Bimonthly Report 235. Available at

Clark, Frank. 1922. A Treatise on the Law of Surveying and Boundaries. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill.

CENL/FEP (Conference of European National Librarians/Federation of European Publishers). 2005. Statement on the Development and Establishment of Voluntary Deposit Schemes for Electronic Publications. Approved by the Annual Conference of European National Librarians, Luxembourg, September 28–30, 2005. Available at

DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services), National Institutes of Health. 2006. Report on the NIH Public Access Policy. Available at

DLF (Digital Library Federation). 2000. Minimum Criteria for an Archival Repository of Digital Scholarly Journals (version 1.2). Available at

Dobratz, Susanne, Astrid Schoger, and Stefan Strathmann. 2006. “The nestor Catalogue of Criteria for Trusted Digital Repository Evaluation and Certification.” Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) Workshop: Digital Curation and Trusted Repositories: Seeking Success, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, June 15, 2006. Forthcoming in JCDL 2006 Proceedings. Available at

Dobratz, Susanne, and Astrid Schoger. 2005. Digital Repository Certification: A Report from Germany. RLG DigiNews 9(5). Available at

Entlich, Richard. 2005. Too Close for Comfort? The Case for Off-site Storage. RLG DigiNews 9(6). Available at

Flecker, Dale. 2001. Preserving Scholarly E-Journals. D-Lib Magazine 7(9). Available at

Frulla, Liza. [n.d.] Library and Archives Canada 2005–2006 Report on Plans and Priorities. Available at

Guthrie, Kevin, and Roger C. Schonfeld. 2004. “What Do Faculty Think of Electronic Resources? Findings from the 2003 Academic Research Resources Study.” Paper presented at Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Task Force Meeting, Alexandria, Va., April 16, 2004.

Hahn, Karla. 2006. The State of the Large Publisher Bundle: Findings from an ARL Member Survey. ARL Bimonthly Report 245: 5. Available at

Hamma, Kenneth. 2005. Public Domain Art in an Age of Easier Mechanical Reproducibility. D-Lib Magazine 11(11). Available at

Harter, Stephen P., and Hak Joon Kim. 1996. Electronic Journals and Scholarly Communication: A Citation and Reference Study. Paper presented at the Midyear Meeting of the American Society for Information Science, San Diego, Calif., May 20-22, 1996. Published in Journal of Electronic Publishing 3(2) [December 1997]. Available at

Hedstrom, Margaret, and Clifford Lampe. 2001. Emulation vs. Migration: Do Users Care? RLG DigiNews 5(6). Available at

Hirtle, Peter B. 2001. OAI and OAIS: What’s in a Name? D-Lib Magazine 7(4).

Honey, Sadie. 2005. Preservation of Electronic Scholarly Publishing: An Analysis of Three Approaches. portal: Libraries and the Academy 5(1): 59-75.

Hughes, Janet A. 2002. Issues and Concerns with the Archiving of Electronic Journals. Science & Technology Libraries 22(3/4): 113-136.

Hunter, Karen. 2006. “The End of Print Journals: (In)Frequently Asked Questions.” Paper presented at the University of Oklahoma Libraries’ Conference on Printed Resources and Digital Information: The Future of Coexistence, Oklahoma City, Okla., March 2–3, 2006. Forthcoming in Journal of Library Administration.

Inger, Simon. 2005. JCLD Pilot Project in Anticipation of E-Journals. June 2005 Project Report. Available at

Joint Committee on Legal Deposit Working Group on E-Journals. 2004 (June). Terms of Reference. Available at

Kenney, Anne R., and Deirdre C. Stam. 2002. The State of Preservation Programs in American College and Research Libraries: Building a Common Understanding and Action Agenda. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources. Available at

Kiernan, Vincent. 2006. Libraries and Publishers Create Archive for Backup Copies of Electronic Journals. Chronicle of Higher Education 52(22): A37. Available at

Kyrillidou, Martha, and Mark Young. 2005. ARL Library Trends. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries. Available at

Lavoie, Brian, and Lorcan Dempsey. 2004. Thirteen Ways of Looking at . . . Digital Preservation. D-Lib Magazine 10(7-8). Available at

Library of Congress. 2006. “British Library to Support Common Archiving Standard for Electronic Journals,” news release, April 19, 2006. Available at

Maniatis, Petros, Mema Roussopoulos, T. J. Giuli, David S. H. Rosenthal, Mary Baker, and Yanto Muliadi. 2003. “Preserving Peer Replicas By Rate-Limited Sampled Voting.” Paper presented at the 19th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles, Bolton Landing, N.Y., October 19–22, 2003. Available at

Marcum, Deanna B., and Gerald George. 2003. Who Uses What? Report on a National Survey of Information Users in Colleges and Universities. D-Lib Magazine 9(10). Available at

Marty, Paul F. 2005. Factors Influencing Error Recovery in Collections Databases: A Museum Case Study. Library Quarterly 75(3): 295–328.

Marty, Paul F., and Michael B. Twidale. 2000. “Unexpected Help with Your Web-Based Collections: Encouraging Data Quality Feedback from Your Online Visitors.” Paper presented at Museums and the Web 2000, Minneapolis, Minn., April 16–19, 2000. Available at

McDonald, John, and Kathleen Shearer. 2006. Toward a Canadian Digital Information Strategy: Mapping the Current Situation in Canada, Version 2.0 (January 31, 2006). Available at

McKay, Sharon Cline. 1996. “Kickoff Discussion: Archiving.” Message to ARL E-JOURNAL Listserv, November 19, 1996. Available at

Mutoh, Toshiyuki. 2005. National Diet Library Digital Library Medium-Term Plan for 2004. Available at (Note: Pages 1, 5, and 8 will appear blank on systems lacking Japanese-language support.)

NDL (National Diet Library). n.d. The Internet-Intelligence for the Next Generation. Available at

NERL (NorthEast Research Libraries Consortium) Generic License Agreement. January 4, 2006 (revised). Available at

OCLC. 2006. “OCLC Joins LOCKSS Alliance,” news release, June 22, 2006. Available at

OhioLINK Governing Board. 2006. “OhioLINK Library Community Recommendations on Retention of Intellectual Property Rights For Works Produced by Ohio Faculty and Students.” May 2006, revised August 18, 2006. Available at

Olsen, Jan. 1994. Electronic Journal Literature: Implications for Scholars. Westport, Conn.: Mecklermedia.

Oltmans, Erik, and Hilde van Wijngaarden. 2006 (forthcoming). The KB e-Depot Digital Archiving Policy. Library Hi Tech 34(4) [December].

Oltmans, Erik, and Nanda Kol. 2005. A Comparison Between Migration and Emulation in Terms of Costs. RLG DigiNews 9(2). Available at

Orr, Ken. 1998. Data Quality and Systems. Communications of the ACM 41(2): 66–71.

Pearce-Moses, Richard. 2005. A Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology. Chicago, Ill.: Society of American Archivists. Available at

Powell, David J. 2004. Publishing Output to 2020. In The Future of Print and Electronic Publishing Output Worldwide, a report by Electronic Publishing Services Ltd. to the British Library, January 29, 2004. Extract available at

PRONOM. 2006. PRONOM Future: Preservation Planning. Available at

Publishers Communication Group, Inc. 2004. Global Electronic Collection Trends in Academic Libraries: 2004. Available at

RLG. 2005. An Audit Checklist for the Certification of Trusted Digital Repositories, Draft for Public Comment, August 2005. Available at

RLG. 2002. Trusted Digital Repositories: Attributes and Responsibilities, An RLG-OCLC Report. Available at

Rosenthal, David S. H., Thomas Lipkis, Thomas S. Robertson, and Seth Morabito. 2005a. Transparent Format Migration of Preserved Web Content. D-Lib Magazine 11(1). Available at

Rosenthal, David S. H., Thomas Robertson, Tom Lipkis, Vicky Reich, and Seth Morabito. 2005b. Requirements for Digital Preservation Systems: A Bottom-Up Approach. D-Lib Magazine 11(11). Available at

Ross, Seamus, and Andrew McHugh. 2006. “The Role of Evidence in Establishing Trust in Repositories.” Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries Workshop: Digital Curation and Institutional Repositories, Chapel Hill, N.C., June 15, 2006. Available at

Ross, Seamus, and Andrew McHugh. 2005. Audit and Certification of Digital Repositories: Creating a Mandate for the Digital Curation Centre. RLG DigiNews 9(5). Available at

Russo, Gene. 2006. Congress Pushes Plan to Make Papers Free. Nature (June 21).

Salisbury, Lutishoor, Ty Vaughn, and Vikramjit Bajwa. 2004. Evidenced-Based Services at the University of Arkansas Libraries: Results of a Faculty Survey to Assess the Usefulness of Electronic Resources. Quarterly Bulletin of the International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists 49(1-2): 36.

SHERPA/RoMEO. 2006. Publisher Copyright Policies and Self-Archiving. Available at

Steinke, Tobias. 2006. Universal Object Format: An Archiving and Exchange Format for Digital Objects. Available at

Stemper, Jim, and Susan Barribeau. 2006. Perpetual Access to Electronic Journals: A Survey of One Academic Research Library’s Licenses. Library Resources and Technical Services 50(2): 91-109.

Tenopir, Carol. 2004. Online Scholarly Journals: How Many? Library Journal (Feb. 1). Available at

Tenopir, Carol. 2003. Use and Users of Electronic Library Resources: An Overview and Analysis of Recent Research Studies. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources. Available at

UKPMC (United Kingdom PubMED Central). 2006. “British Library-led Partnership Chosen to Run UK PubMed Central,” news release, July 31, 2006. Available at

Van Orsdel, Lee C., and Kathleen Born. 2006. Journals in the Time of Google. Library Journal (April 15). Available at

Verheul, Ingeborg. 2006. Networking for Digital Preservation: Current Practice in 15 National Libraries. IFLA Publication 119. Koninklijke Bibliotheek/IFLA/Saur. Available at

Ware, Mark. 2005. E-only Journals: Is It Time to Drop Print? Learned Publishing 18(3): 193–199.

Waters, Donald, ed. 2005. Urgent Action Needed to Preserve Scholarly Journals. Available at

Waters, Donald. 2002. Good Archives Make Good Scholars: Reflections on Recent Steps Toward the Archiving of Digital Information, in The State of Digital Preservation: An International Perspective. Conference Proceedings: Documentation Abstracts, Inc. Institutes for Information Science, Washington, D.C., April 24–25, 2002. Available at

Wolverton, Robert E. Jr., and Carol Tenopir. 2005. Conference Report: Discovering the Magic: Faculty and Student Use of Electronic Journals. The Serials Librarian 49(3): 159.

Zhang Xiaolin, Zhixiong Zhang, and Ling Wan. 2005. “Developing a National Preservation System for STM e-Journals.” Paper presented at the International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects, Göttingen, Germany, September 15–16, 2005. Available at

URLs of e-Journal Archiving Programs Reviewed



KB e-Depot.



LOCKSS Alliance.




Ontario Scholars Portal.


PubMed Central.

URLs of Other Resources Noted in This Report

aDORe Archive. Overview at

Archival Workshop on Ingest, Identification, and Certification Standards (AWIICS).

Archiving and Interchange DTD. National Center for Biotechnology Information. National Library of Medicine.

Certification of Digital Archives.

Cornell University Library Research and Assessment Services Department.

COUNTER Codes of Practice.

Counting Online Usage of NeTworked Electronic Resources.

Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS).

Digital Resource Commons.


DROID (Digital Record Object Identification).


JHOVE-JSTOR/Harvard Object Validation Environment.

NASA’s Aviation Safety Reporting System.

National Library of New Zealand Metadata Extraction Tool Version 1.0.

RLG-NARA Digital Repository Certification Task Force.


XENA (XML Electronic Normalizing of Archives).


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