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A Rapid Collaborative Response to the New Mandatory Deposit Regulation for Online-only Published Works
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Title: A Rapid Collaborative Response to the New Mandatory Deposit Regulation for Online-only Published Works
Series Title: Florida Association of College and Research Libraries (FACRL) Fall 2010 Conference
Alternate Title: New Copyright Law and the Effect on Online Journals
Physical Description: Conference poster
Language: English
Creator: Taylor, Laurie N.
Reboussin, Daniel
Publisher: Florida Association of College and Research Libraries (FACRL) Fall 2010 Conference
Place of Publication: Sarasota, FL
Publication Date: October 29, 2010
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Abstract: A Rapid Collaborative Response to the New Mandatory Deposit Rule for Online-only, Published Works Claiming Copyright. The University of Florida’s African Studies Quarterly (ASQ)—a scholarly, online-only journal established in 1997—was chosen for the Library of Congress’ pilot deposit program for electronic serials. In early 2010, the U.S. Copyright Office issued an interim rule in Mandatory Deposit of Published Electronic Works Available Only Online. This federal rule requires publishers to deposit online-only publications claiming copyright to the Library of Congress, in accordance with the U.S. Copyright Office, within three months of receiving the demand for the deposit. The UF Libraries and ASQ are collaborating to establish a sustainable workflow through the Institutional Repository (IR@UF) where materials added to the IR@UF are also submitted to the U.S. Copyright Office. Mandatory Deposit of Published Electronic Works Available Only Online. The Library of Congress “has determined that there are now more than five thousand scholarly electronic serials available exclusively online, with no print counterparts. … The current inability of the Library to acquire online–only works through mandatory deposit places the long–term preservation of the works at risk. Thus, to fulfill its mission to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge, and to inform Congress, the Library is currently developing technological systems that will allow it to ingest electronic works, including those available exclusively online, and maintain them in formats suitable for long–term preservation.” (3863-3870). Collaboration. Because the University of Florida is one of the largest and most comprehensive universities in the world, we recognized the need to quickly develop and implement a fully operational workflow for all online-only journals published by the University of Florida and its related researchers. The simplest workflow involves ingesting the journals into the IR@UF, which is already hosted and supported by the UF Libraries, and establishing an efficient workflow to send the files from the IR@UF to the Library of Congress. The UF Libraries are collaborating with ASQ, and anticipate collaborating with other campus publishers, to respond to this new federal regulation in a sustainable manner. The UF Libraries are providing technical support and serving as the technical contacts with the U.S. Copyright Office for the submission of ASQ.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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