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Standards related to Serials, Continuing Resources and Scholarly Communication showcased at IFLA WLIC 2019, Athens, Greece

IFLA Serials and Other Continuing Resource section and IFLA Committee on Standards are sponsoring a joint session about standards related to serials, continuing resources and scholarly communication (Skalkotas Room, 28.08.2019, 08:30 – 10:30). The session will be chaired by Meg Mering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, and Gaëlle Béquet, ISSN IC Director. Seven presentations are scheduled on topics such as the revision of ISO 3297 – ISSN standard, the application of the FRBR/LRM model to continuing resources and the application of Pressoo model to Iranian serials. The full IFLA WLIC 2019 program is available at http://www.professionalabstracts.com/iflawlic2019/iplanner/#/grid .

ISSN IC at IFLA WLIC 2019, Athens, Greece

25-28 August 2019: The ISSN International Centre will exhibit at booth n°A112 during the 85th IFLA General Conference and Assembly in Athens, Greece. 26 August 2019: The ISSN International Centre will give a presentation entitled “Linked ISSN data, Crowdsourcing, International Cooperation: How we enhance the quality of the ISSN Portal” at the Expo Pavilion Session from 15:00 to 15:45.

Continuation of the service Keepers' Registry (thekeepers.org)

ISSN International Centre and EDINA at the University of Edinburgh, have agreed to collaborate to postpone the retirement of Keepers Registry. Keepers Registry has been a Jisc funded service for the UK Higher Education sector from 2016 to 2019, but this funding will cease in July 2019. Jisc are thanked for their funding of the service over many years. The ISSN International Centre and its Governing Board value the Keepers Registry as part of the global identification infrastructure for serials and wish to continue to make its functionality and content available for the UK and international communities of libraries, publishers and scholars. To maintain this valuable service ISSN International Centre aims to provide a new service from December 2019. To facilitate this development, funding for EDINA to run the current service until the end of November 2019 is to be provided by the ISSN International Centre and the Keepers Agencies.

ISSN Newsletter

The ISSN Newsletter n°78, July-August 2019 is now available!
https://www.issn.org/wp-content/plugins/newsletter/do/view.php?id=365