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Made by bíblíotekarív, Arhívístív, researcher and technology who share ideas of creating and saving long access to the digital heritage of the world.
The Dspace and fedora community used this process to create a platform platform used in more than thousands of institutions in a hundred countries in the world.
See the list of institutions that work on the platform platform can be here: https://duraspace.org/registry/
We invite you to take part in the cycle of seminars that will take place in the first half of the 2018/19 academic year on the basis of the Scientific and Technical Library ONAFT.
Please note that pre-registration is required for participation in the event: https://goo.gl/forms/TXrKNPIbRoNYlyxf1
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We draw your attention that from July 1, 2016 in Ukraine the national standard came into force: DSTU 8302:2015 bibliographic references. General provisions and rules of compilation". It establishes types of bibliographic references, is part of the reference apparatus of the document and is given in the form of a bibliographic record, and also determines the rules and features of the compilation and placement of relevant records. The standard applies to bibliographic references in published and unpublished documents, regardless of the information carrier. The standard is intended for authors of works, publishers, specialists of media editions, information centers and the like.
More information on the link: http://www.library.onaft.edu.ua/rul_of_bibl_direct/
Examples of bibliographic description by reference: http://www.library.onaft.edu.ua/pol_info/Bibl_opis_onovl.pdf
We are glad to inform you that since 2018 the journal "Food Industry Economics" is located in the electronic database of scientific publications of Scilit.
Scilit is a free, electronic database of scientific works, intended for scientists and containing over 108 million articles of open access. It is developed and maintained by the publishing house MDPI AG (Basel, Switzerland). Data on publications are extracted daily from the electronic databases of CrossRef and PubMed.