The University of Rochester Electronic Resources Management Team would like to acknowledge the following documents and their corresponding authors and organizations for their work upon our documents and work are built.
Baildon, Michelle, Dana Hamlin, Czeslaw Jankowski, Rhonda Kauffman, Julia Lanigan, Michelle Miller, Jessica Venlet, and Ann Marie Willer. “Creating a Social Justice Mindset: Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in the Collections Directorate of the MIT Libraries.” Report, February 9, 2017.
Big Ten Academic Alliance. “Consortial Licensing.” Accessed August 6, 2018. .
Boczar, Jason, Nina Collins, Rebel Cummings-Sauls, Terri Fishel, Valerie Horton, Harrison Inefuku, Sarah Melton, et al. “An Ethical Framework for Library Publishing.” Ethical Framework for Library Publishing, July 6, 2018.
California Digital Library. “Information for Vendors.” Accessed August 6, 2018.
Center for Research Libraries. “Tools and Resources for Licensing.” Accessed September 6, 2020.
“Committee - NISO RP-7-2012, SERU A Shared Electronic Resource.” Accessed September 2, 2020. .
Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois. “Electronic Resource Licensing Principles.” Accessed September 6, 2020.
COUNTER. “COUNTER Code of Practice.” Project Counter. Accessed September 22, 2020.
Galvan, Scarlet. "Mapping the Standards-Driven License Agreement." Accessed September 22, 2020.
eBook Licensing Principles Research Team of the Charlotte Initiative. Accessed April 1, 2021.
Johnson, Sharon, Ole Gunnar Eversen, Julia Gelfand, Glenda Lammers, Lynn Sipe, and Nadia Zilper. “Key Issues for E-Resource Collection Development: A Guide for Libraries.” IFLA Acquisition & Collection Development Section, 2012.
LIBLICENSE. “Model License.” Center for Research Libraries, November 2014.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “Institute-Wide Task Force on the Future of Libraries—Preliminary Report,” October 24, 2016.
NERL. "NERL Demands a Better Deal." Accessed March 3, 2021.
NISO SERU Standing Committee. “SERU: A Shared Electronic Resource Understanding.” Baltimore, MD: National Information Standards Organization, May 2012.
Padilla, Thomas, Allen, Laurie, Frost, Hannah, Potvin, Sarah, Russey Roke, Elizabeth, & Varner, Stewart. (2019, May 22). Final Report --- Always Already Computational: Collections as Data (Version 1). Zenodo.
NorthEast Research Libraries Consortium. “NERL Model License.” NorthEast Research Libraries Consortium. Accessed April 1, 2021.
Ottenheimer Library, University of Arkansas at Little Rock. “Collection Management Guidelines - Electronic Resources.” Ottenheimer Library. Accessed April 4, 2021.
Syracuse University Libraries, Syracuse University; Rauh, Anne E.; Cleary, Robert; Cooper, Natasha; Deibel, Kate; Page, Amanda; Warren, Scott; and Zuccaro, Jennifer, "Syracuse University Libraries Licensing Principles" (2019). Libraries' and Librarians' Publications. 189.
“TERMS: Techniques for Electronic Resource Management.” Accessed September 6, 2020.
Triangle Research Libraries Network. “Licensing Principles And Guidelines.” 2013. Accessed April 1, 2021.
University of Connecticut Libraries: "Declaration of Vendor Expectations," Accessed September 2, 2020.
University of North Texas Libraries. “UNT Manifesto: Expectations for Library Vendors,” Accessed September 2, 2020.
University of Rochester River Campus Libraries. “Guiding Principles for Collection Development and Management.” Accessed September 2, 2020.