The Toolkit clarifies the issues involved in scholarly communication "to help librarians communicate with researchers, faculty members and administrators about how their publishing choices, and promotions and tenure decisions, impact the larger academic enterprise." CRKN welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org and Twitter #LetsMobilize.
AODA & Accessibility
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (Service Ontario)
Full text of the legislation.
Webinar: Accessibility of Electronic Information Databases Used by Libraries (EASI: Equal Access to Software and Information)
Presenter: Axel Schmetzke, University of Wisconsin Steven's Point Library.
Introductory Resources for Web Accessibility (ALA Connect)
Links compiled by the Universal Accessibility Interest Group of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL).
Databases with accessibility issues (The Open University)
Suggestions for overcoming known accessibility issues with select databases.
Collection Development & USAGE STATS
Resource Comparison (CUFTS)
"Resource Comparison provides rapid analysis of journal titles and coverage dates in over 400 different electronic collections."
Journal Search (CUFTS)
"Journal Search allows you to quickly find journal titles in over 400 different electronic collections."
eResource Access Checker (Kristina M. Spurgin, UNC-Chapel Hill)
"A simple JRuby script to check for full-text access to e-resource titles." For the history of this tool, read Spurgin's article "Getting What We Paid for: a Script to Verify Full Access to E-Resources" (Code4Lib iss. 25). Developments on this tool were presented by Daniel Sifton in his Access 2015 talk “Contest of Champions: Headless Battle!”
Usus is a "community-run website for those interested in the usage of online content." This website includes information about how to measure usage, known usage report issues, news about usage stats, and more.
Licensing & Copyright
LIBLICENSE: Licensing Digital Content - Resources (Center for Research Libraries)
LIBLICENSE is a US-based project developed "for professionals seeking to understand the [...] world of licensed scholarly resources for libraries." Their website includes a licensing lexicon, model licence, dicussion forums, and more.