By Masha Garibyan, Simon McLeish, John Paschoud
With the fast bring up within the use of digital assets in libraries, handling entry to on-line info is a space many librarians fight with. This useful ebook is the 1st to give an explanation for the rules at the back of entry administration, the on hand applied sciences and the way they paintings. It offers particular case stories describing how entry administration is being carried out at organizational and nationwide degrees within the united states and Europe, and serves as a pragmatic advisor to the assets on hand to aid plan, enforce and function entry administration in libraries
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But any library such as that of a university with a defined membership, or any kind of organization in which some individuals have more rights of access than any member of the public, has the parallel problem of knowing who all of those members are. e. it’s truly a public library), the process of keeping track of items on loan can only work Garibyan et al. Access & identity TEXT PROOF 04 07/10/2013 14:01 Page 23 PRINCIPLES AND DEFINITIONS OF IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT 23 if the library knows something about the people who borrow them.
G. alumni. There can also be limitation on how many users can access the resource simultaneously (concurrent use). Some resources require the user to get in touch with the library to request an individual password in order to access the resource. g. whether or not the use of a proxy, a technology described in Chapter 4, is allowed). Sometimes a resource is available from different suppliers, each imposing different access conditions. The list of examples can be continued. Licence terms standardization A lot of work has been done on licence terms standardization but there is still more that needs to be done.
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Access and identity management for libraries : controlling access to online information by Masha Garibyan, Simon McLeish, John Paschoud