Why are Science Journals so Expensive?

Assistant Professor, Dr. Lisa Rose-Wiles, has just had published an article, “The High Cost of Science Journals: A Case Study and Discussion” in the peer-reviewed Journal of Electronic Resource Librarianship. The article addresses the question, “Why are science journals so expensive?”—a topic of interest to anyone working, teaching or studying in the sciences today. Read more:  http://works.bepress.com/lisa_rose_wiles/23/

Librarians Release Online Survey of Digitized Rare Catholica

Marta Deyrup and Martha Loesch, catalogers at Walsh Library and Pat Lawton, digital project librarian for the Catholic Research Resources Alliance, have released the results of their Survey of Digitized Rare Catholica held by Catholic universities, colleges, seminaries and archives in the U.S. and Canada. You may view the Summary Report of Results at: http://bit.ly/Survey_report and the results data at: http://bit.ly/Survey_results.