Presentation of digital copies with and without access restrictions in one system
The stocking of MyBib eL® with (copyright law) protected and unprotected digital copies in ONE system is centrally controlled via MyBib eDoc®.
The central workflow management system MyBib eDoc® already classifies between “protected” and “free” digital objects during the digitisation process and the associated access privileges resp. read, print and download options.
Independent from the possibly required digitisation process, existing digital copies for presentation platform MyBib eL® can also be provided via MyBib eDoc®, although technical adaptations / conversions of the existing digital copies may be necessary.
<a href=”#Application_sample_of_the_MyBib_eL_combi_application”>Application sample of the MyBib eL combi application </a>
The Martin-Opitz-Bibliothek (MOB) is a central library on German culture and history in Eastern Europe and is – just like their electronic reading room – sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media. Over 300,000 media units to all cultural scientific areas are available in German and in all Slavic languages. One focus of the collection are the historic eastern provinces of Prussia. The electronic reading room comprises some 3,000 digitized items, including books, journals, calendars, cards and address books from the collection area of the MOB.
Introductions to the electronic reading room of the Martin-Opitz Library
Direct Link to the electronic reading room of the Martin-Opitz Library