Coalition For Networked Information Welcome to CNI. Welcome to the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI). 2003 Coalition for Networked Information. All Rights Reserved. http://www.cni.org/
Extractions: Welcome to the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI). CNI is an organization dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. Some 200 institutions representing higher education, publishing, network and telecommunications, information technology, and libraries and library organizations make up CNI's Members We are sponsored by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and EDUCAUSE , and are governed by a Steering Committee chaired by Richard P. West , of California State University. Executive Director Clifford A. Lynch leads the CNI Staff at our Washington, DC headquarters. Our 2002-2003 Program Plan is available online. For announcements about the CNI community, subscribe to CNI-ANNOUNCE . CNI also maintains
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Extractions: and Intellectual Productivity Beyond the Beginning: The Global Digital Library DYING FOR INFORMATION? A REPORT ON THE EFFECTS OF INFORMATION OVERLOAD IN THE UK AND WORLDWIDE PAUL WADDINGTON Reuters, United Kingdom Since 1994, Reuters has conducted three studies into issues of information in the business world. The first To know or not to know: the politics of information, revealed that despite the proliferation of office technology, we were still a race of information misers. The second: Information as an asset: the invisible goldmine, showed how companies failed to realise the value of their information. In October 1996, Reuters conducted the first ever study into Information Overload, called Dying for information, which revealed the significant extent to which overload is becoming a problem in the information age. This paper examines the findings and implications of this research. The Dying for information study launched by Reuters in October 1996 was undertaken principally for the business world. Reuters produces 27,000 pages of information per second.
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Coalition For Networked Information Coalition for Networked Information. The Coalition for Networked Information(CNI) maintains an Email forum on copyright and intellectual http://arl.cni.org/scomm/copyright/CNI.html
Extractions: The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) maintains an E-mail forum Archives of this E-mail forum are available on the CNI Gopher server. The CNI Gopher server also contains a number of miscellaneous documents "Information Policies," a compilation of organizational position statements, principles, statutes, and other relevant materials (compiled 11/91). CNI's READI Guide (Rights for Electronic Access to and Delivery of Information) provides a paragraph-by-paragraph analysis of contractual language in the networked environment. It is designed to assist network vendors, suppliers, publishers, and buyers of networked information in their efforts to negotiate effective agreements.
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Extractions: CNI is an organization for institutions concerned with realizing the promise of high performance networks and computers for the advancement of scholarship and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. The Coalition was formed in 1990 by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), Educom, and CAUSE. The Coalition pursues its mission through the aid of its membership, a 200 plus task force made up of higher education institutions, publishers, network service providers, computer hardware, software, and systems companies, library networks and organizations, and public and state libraries. Facilitate the transition to networked scholarly communication and publishing Networks and networked information resources and services enable entirely new modes of communication and publishing that will transform scholarship for the better, but they must also perform all the functions required by the scholarly communication and publishing process. Identify and describe the functions performed by the key stakeholders (e.g., publishers and librarians) in the value-chain of relationships that link creators and users of scholarly information
Coalition For Networked Information Coalition for Networked Information. The Coalition for Networked Information(CNI) promotes the transformative promise of networked http://www.arl.org/arl/activities/1998/cni.html
Extractions: The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) promotes the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. The Coalition was formed in 1990 by the ARL, CAUSE, and Educom (the latter two have combined as EDUCAUSE). The Coalition is supported by a Task Force of approximately 200 member institutions representing higher education, publishing, network and telecommunications, information technology, libraries and library organizations. The Coalition receives guidance from the Steering Committee for CNI. For more information please visit the CNI website. The work of the Coalition is structured around three central themes that we believe are the essential foundations of the vision of advancing scholarship and intellectual productivity: developing networked information content; transforming organizations, professions and individuals; and building technology, standards, and infrastructure.
Cni_copyright.faq Coalition for Networked Information Information Policies A Compilation of Position Statements, Principles, Statutes, http://www.eff.org/pub/Intellectual_property/cni_copyright.faq
Coalition For Networked Information The Library of Congress played a prominent role during the spring 2000 meetingof the Coalition for Networked Information Task Force, held March 2728 in http://www.loc.gov/loc/lcib/0006/cni.html
Extractions: Library Plays Role in CNI Task Force in March BY SUSAN R. MORRIS AND CHARLYNN SPENCER PYNE The Library of Congress played a prominent role during the spring 2000 meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information Task Force, held March 27-28 in Washington. The Library of Congress is a charter member of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), which was established in 1990 by the Association of Research Libraries and EDUCAUSE "to advance the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity." CNI's international task force of more than 200 institutional members, including libraries, library vendors, universities, publishers, and U.S. and foreign government agencies, meets each spring and fall for discussions of new technologies and library projects. Director for Public Service Collections Diane Kresh said that the CDRS Project will provide professional reference service to users anytime, anywhere, through an international digital network of academic, special, public and national libraries. Through CDRS, users will have Internet access to library experts who draw on digital and nondigital resources to answer their queries.
Extractions: By Charles W. Bailey, Jr. Print version: Bailey, Charles W., Jr. "The Coalition for Networked Information's Acquisition-on-Demand Model: An Exploration and Critique." Serials Review 18, nos. 1-2 (1992): 78-81. Scholarly communication is being revolutionized by widespread access to international, noncommercial computer networks, such as BITNET and Internet. I will call these interconnected networks, along with their commercial counterparts, the "Net." The Net has become an essential communication tool for librarians, scholars, and researchers. Net users read personal and computer conference e-mail on a daily basis, and they utilize the Net's file transfer capabilities to exchange longer documents. An alternative publication system for formal communications is also emerging, as a growing number of electronic journals, magazines, and newsletters become available on the Net. Recognizing these changes, the Coalition for Networked Information has sketched a new model for scholarly publication, which envisions electronic article files being stored on Net computers and being available upon demand.
Extractions: CNI Projects and Publications The Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is undertaking a program with the overall purpose of improving public access to networked government information via the Internet. A major program in this area is essential since increasingly, (1) government information is in electronic formats, and (2) government agencies are becoming more knowledgeable about the Internet and how the network might be used to disseminate and better manage government information. CNI members recognize the importance of ensuring public access to this information. The purpose of this program is to serve as a catalyst to encourage experimentation, innovation, and pilot projects to increase access to and delivery of Federal networked government information. The program seeks to encourage partnerships among Federal agencies, the education and library communities, the private sector, and other groups. The initiatives described within this program are beginning points which may stimulate additional ideas and proposals. As such, this program is seen as an initial step to stimulate the development of long-term solutions to improving access to and delivery of electronic government information. This program supports directly the policy stated by President Bill Clinton in his "Technology for America's Economic Growth: A New Direction to Build Economic Strength," of February 22, 1993, in which he stated:
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