14. August 2022
  WEITERE NEWS
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In der Ausgabe 5/2022 (August 2022) lesen Sie u.a.:

  • Zu den Anwen­dungs­möglichkeiten der Blockchain in Bibliotheken
  • Ein halbes Jahrhundert bibliotheks- und informations­wissen­schaftliche Forschung
  • Studie von EBLIDA
    zur elektronischen Ausleihe
  • Digitale Unabhängigkeit ist für Europa
    in absehbarer Zeit nicht zu erreichen
  • Die Vertrauenskrise in klassische
    und soziale Medien weitet sich aus
  • Fehlende gesellschaftliche Diskussion zu KI
  • Wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken in Großbritannien drohen im nächsten Jahr Finanzierungsengpässe
  • Data Scraping ist nicht gleich Datendiebstahl
u.v.m.
  fachbuchjournal
Ausgabe 4 / 2022

ASTRONOMIE
Die Welt über unseren Köpfen

PHILOSOPHIE
Philosophie in der islamischen Welt

ZEITGESCHICHTE
Frantz Fanon: Für eine afrikanische Revolution

RECHT
Umwelt- und Klimaschutzrecht

BETRIEBSWIRTSCHAFT
Nachhaltig managen

BIOGRAFIEN
Herrscherinnen mit Einfluss

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The National Library of Israel Selects Ex Libris Rosetta
for Digital Preservation

The solution’s scalable design and comprehensive preservation framework
drew this national library to Rosetta

Ex Libris® Group is pleased to announce that the National Library of Israel (NLI) has adopted the Rosetta digital preservation solution. As part of the Library’s strategic renewal program, Rosetta will manage and preserve the NLI’s collections of e-books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, audio recordings, websites, and images. In addition, Rosetta is the main engine driving the large-scale digitization project for manuscripts, rare and out-of-print books, and special collections at the Library.

Oren Weinberg, director of the NLI, commented: “We are very keen to implement Rosetta at the heart of our library. Our evaluation of the preservation systems that are currently on the market persuaded us that Rosetta not only offers the richest functionality available but also reflects our strategic priorities in the model of digital preservation that it embodies. Rosetta will serve as our central repository for the management, assessment, and enrichment of all our digital content—including collections that we have digitized in house, material that we curate via web harvesting, and legal deposit material.”

“I am proud to welcome the National Library of Israel to the international Rosetta customer community of distinguished academic, research, and national libraries; museums; and archives,” remarked Bar Veinstein, vice president for resource management solutions at Ex Libris. “With its unparalleled Judaica collection, and collections from Israel, the Islamic world, and the Middle East, the Library will derive enormous benefits from Rosetta. Ex Libris is honored to be strengthening our partnership with the NLI in this way.”

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