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Comment mettre la main dessus ? La documentation de l’UE: point de vue d’une bibliothèque de recherche

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« L’environnement numérique actuel façonne les modèles d’édition et de distribution de l’information et de la documentation de l’Union européenne (UE). Malgré les…
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DOAJ and SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SERVICES partner to achieve broader support for Open Access to scientific literature

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« The new agreement underpins the Directory of Open Access Journals in its work to reach new members and generate more support and shows the strong commitment of Scientific Knowledge Ser…
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Renforcer la transformation numérique du secteur public

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La Norvège fait office de pionnier et de chef de file au chapitre du gouvernement numérique; c’est du moins le constat auquel aboutit l’OCDE après son examen de la gouvernance, des politiques et de…
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Conference Paper: “Crowdsourcing the Dewey Decimal Classification: When Users Become Contributors”

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The following conference paper recently became available via the IFLA Library. Title Crowdsourcing the Dewey Decimal Classification: When Users Become Contributors Authors Elise Conradi National Library of Norway Rebecca Green Dewey Decimal Classification, OCLC Alex Kyrios Dewey Decima
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The Jisc Podcast : Managing audiovisual research data

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Recently, a number of colleges and universities have asked for advice on how to manage the digital elements (pictures, recordings, etc) of their research data projects. To help answer your questions we’ve created a new guide to audiovisual research data. It's not just for creative arts research, but advice for any subject area. Like this podcast? Subscribe via iTunes or add the RSS feed to your favourite podcast app. You can also visit the Jisc website for more content.
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RGPD : Comment cartographier vos traitements de données personnelles ? - NovoLaB

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Pour vous conformer au RGPD, vous devez cartographier l’ensemble de vos traitements de données personnelles. Voici le mode d'emploi.
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The Code4Lib Journal – Testing Three Types of Raspberry Pi People Counters

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The Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Library tested three different types of Raspberry Pi based people counters between 6/14/2017 and 7/9/2017. This article will describe how we created each type of counter, will compare the accuracy of each sensor, and will compare them to the college’s existing 3M 3501 gate counters. It will also describe why and how our team decided to make this project, discuss lessons learned, and provide instructions for how other libraries can create their own gate counters.
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The Code4Lib Journal – Leveraging Python to improve ebook metadata selection, ingest, and management

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Libraries face many challenges in managing descriptive metadata for ebooks, including quality control, completeness of coverage, and ongoing management. The recent emergence of library management systems that automatically provide descriptive metadata for e-resources activated in system knowledge bases means that ebook management models are moving toward both greater efficiency and more complex implementation and maintenance choices. Automated and data-driven processes for ebook management have always been desirable, but in the current environment, they become necessary. In addition to initial selection of a record source, automation can be applied to quality control processes and ongoing maintenance in order to keep manual, eyes-on work to a minimum while providing the best possible discovery and access. In this article, we describe how we are using Python scripts to address these challenges.
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The Code4Lib Journal – Between the Sheets: a Library-wide Inventory with Google

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When it comes to taking an inventory of physical items, libraries often rely on their traditional integrated library system’s (ILS) à la carte add ons; outside vendors; or other possibly outdated, complex, and often expensive methods. For libraries with shrinking budgets and other limited resources, high costs can put these methods out of reach.
At the University of Dayton Libraries, we set out to develop an inexpensive and reasonably easy-to-use method for conducting a library-wide physical item inventory. In this article, we explain a custom built Google Sheets-based library inventory system, along with some code for the implementation of a RESTful API (written in PHP) that interacts with our ILS. We will also explain our use of Google Apps scripts in our Google Sheet, which are crucial to our systems.
Although this method used a specific ILS (Innovative Interfaces' Sierra product) and custom-built RESTful APIs, it may be possible to use similar approaches with other ILS software. Additional notes include areas for improvement and recommendations for interoperability with other ILS systems.
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The Code4Lib Journal – Direct Database Access to OCLC Connexion’s Local Save File

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A feature of OCLC's Connexion cataloging client unknown to most librarians is the ability to directly work with the Microsoft Access database underlying the local save file. This article provides an overview of the metadata made available through this method, including fields that cannot be accessed through the regular Connexion interface, and discusses factors to be considered when deciding whether to migrate the data to another database system instead of continuing to work with Access. Descriptions of three projects illustrate how this functionality has been applied to efficiently catalog a gift collection, find OCLC numbers for e-books, and create bibliographic records for Early English Books Online/Text Creation Partnership titles using data from multiple sources. With the option to rely only on common, off-the-shelf software, this method of directly accessing the local save file database offers a way to expand Connexion’s functionality for those unable or unwilling to work with OCLC APIs. Other benefits include the ability to import external data and to use SQL for more advanced querying. A number of limitations are also discussed, and their implications for metadata access and use are explored.
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The Code4Lib Journal – DIY DOI: Leveraging the DOI Infrastructure to Simplify Digital Preservation and Repository Management

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This article describes methods for how staff with modest technical expertise can leverage the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) infrastructure in combination with third party storage and preservation solutions to build safer, more useful, and easier to manage repositories at much lower cost than is normally possible with standalone systems. It also demonstrates how understanding the underlying mechanisms and questioning the assumptions of technology metaphors such as filesystems can lead to seeing and using tools in new and more powerful ways.
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The Code4Lib Journal – Web-Scraping for Non-Programmers: Introducing OXPath for Digital Library Metadata Harvesting

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Building up new collections for digital libraries is a demanding task. Available data sets have to be extracted which is usually done with the help of software developers as it involves custom data handlers or conversion scripts. In cases where the desired data is only available on the data provider's website custom web scrapers are needed. This may be the case for small to medium-size publishers, research institutes or funding agencies. As data curation is a typical task that is done by people with a library and information science background, these people are usually proficient with XML technologies but are not full-stack programmers. Therefore we would like to present a web scraping tool that does not demand the digital library curators to program custom web scrapers from scratch. We present the open-source tool OXPath, an extension of XPath, that allows the user to define data to be extracted from websites in a declarative way. By taking one of our own use cases as an example, we guide you in more detail through the process of creating an OXPath wrapper for metadata harvesting. We also point out some practical things to consider when creating a web scraper (with OXPath). On top of that, we also present a syntax highlighting plugin for the popular text editor Atom that we developed to further support OXPath users and to simplify the authoring process.
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Infographic: What Is ORCID? | Wiley

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    Kelly Neubeiser Author Marketing, Wiley In November 2016, Wiley signed ORCID’s Open Letter and became the first major publisher
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Un livre blanc sur la blockchain

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Comment et en quoi va-t-elle révolutionner les institutions et les systèmes fiduciaires ? « Révolutionnaire, Technologie d’une ampleur inédite, Innovation
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Infographie : 20 ans de Google - Actualité Abondance

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20 octobre 2017 - Cela fait 20 ans que le moteur de recherche Google accompagne, voire bouleverse notre quotidien, et qu'il nous aide à mieux chercher sur le Web. Depuis deu par Actualité Abondance
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Baromètre KPMG : le livre numérique se développe lentement en France | Lettres Numériques

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Le cabinet KPMG a publié son baromètre annuel du livre numérique en France. Réalisé auprès de 141 maisons d’édition françaises,
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NumaBib, la bibliothèque numérique pour les élèves en difficulté | Lettres Numériques

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À l’initiative des éditeurs scolaires francophones de Belgique, la plateforme NumaBib verra très prochainement le jour. Elle s’inspire du projet
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Signalement rétrospectif dans le Sudoc : appel à projets 2018

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Depuis 2012, dans le cadre de la politique nationale de signalement rétrospectif des collections des bibliothèques de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, l’Abes soutient financ…
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De-identification Guidelines for Structured Data

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L’anonymisation désigne la suppression de renseignements personnels d’un document ou d’un ensemble de données dans le double objectif de permettre la divulgation et l’utilisation de données tout en…
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Comment obtenir un label CNIL ? | CNIL

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Le label CNIL permet aux entreprises de prouver la prise en compte d'un haut niveau de protection des données personnelles des produits ou procédures labellisées.
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Phishing : détecter un message malveillant | CNIL

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Comment repérer une arnaque reçue dans votre messagerie ou votre boîte mail ? Est-ce que le message/courriel vous est réellement destiné ? Généralement, les messages malveillants sont envoyés à destination d’un grand nombre de cibles, ils ne sont pas ou peu personnalisés. Le message évoque un dossier, une facture, un thème qui ne vous parle pas ? Il s’agit certainement d’un courriel malveillant.
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Quelle indépendance financière pour l’autorité judiciaire ? | Cour de cassation

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Quelle indépendance financière pour l’autorité judiciaire ?

En septembre 2017, le professeur Michel Bouvier remettait au premier président de la Cour de cassation et au procureur général près cette Cour le rapport de son groupe de travail relatif à l’élaboration d’un nouveau mode d’administration budgétaire de l’autorité judiciaire. Le lundi 16 octobre 2017, un colloque était organisé autour de cette problématique. (16.10.17)

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