Brian Whalley reviews a look at this problem from an American anthropologist and finds there is more in it than just a consideration of plagiarism.
Peter Cliff hopes he’ll not forget this marvellous book, even when the author seems to suggest it might be better if he did!
William Kilbride and Malcolm Todd report on the Digital Preservation Roadshow – an eleven month tour of the UK and Ireland designed to provide archivists and record managers with practical advice and support in managing digital resources.
Dave Puplett reports on the conference Subject Repositories: European Collaboration in the International Context held at the British Library in January 2010. The conference launched Economists Online (EO), an innovative economics subject repository.
Charles Oppenheim sees much to like in the new edition of this work by a well-known authority but identifies one potentially major drawback.
Chris Awre reports on the first coming together of two regional user groups for the Fedora digital repository system, hosted by the University of Oxford in December 2009.
Sarah Currier reports on an international working meeting involving a range of educational interoperability standards bodies and communities, organised by JISC CETIS.
Martin White suggests that a failure to recognise the value of intranets is a symptom of a failure to recognise information as a strategic asset.
Nick Nicholas, Nigel Ward and Kerry Blinco present an information model of digital identifiers, to help bring clarity to the vocabulary debates from which this field has suffered.