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Une veille collaborative au service des revues : l’exemple du réseau Mir@bel

Abstract : Mir@bel is both a website and a shared information system on journals and a network of more than 120 information professionals from different spectrums that share the task of information monitoring on journals and oversee data updates. The site proposes, for each journal, a descriptive bibliography, a link to the digital environment of the journal and access to the various types of distributed content (articles, tables of content, abstracts). It automatically reclaims information stemming from the numerous sources, such as the main portals of Francophone journals in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Cairn info, Érudit, OpenEdition Journals and Persée). In order to work, the network relies on collaborative work methodologies, an information monitoring tool shared by librarians and editorial professionals, but also on the different processes established in order to facilitate collaborative work. In ten years of operation, the network has been able to experiment numerous avenues with this collaborative monitoring, whether for collecting, updating and diffusing the data or the array of the partnerships, facilitating therefore access to the journals.
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Anabel Vazquez, Sophie Fotiadi. Une veille collaborative au service des revues : l’exemple du réseau Mir@bel. Documentation et Bibliotheques, Asted Inc., 2019, Où en est la veille aujourd’hui ? Les approches et pratiques, 65 (4), pp.34. ⟨10.7202/1068660ar⟩. ⟨hal-03283656⟩



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