[open-bibliography] comprehensive bibliographic database of "open" resources?
krichel at openlib.org
Wed Aug 18 06:57:01 BST 2010
Ross Singer writes
> 2) Let's say the library (and a smaller fish than Berkeley, let's say Sonoma
> State, for the sake of argument) decides to take a principled stand on this
> and subsequently loses access to Springer, Elsevier and Nature titles. Do
> you think the faculty will be satisfied with this moral victory?
They will be highly satisfied if you spend part of the money
saved on faculty travel.
Thomas Krichel http://openlib.org/home/krichel
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