OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 18 Issue 1


Table of contents

Reap what you sow: harvesting the deep Web

Norm Medeiros

This article examines the growth of the invisible Web, and efforts underway to make its contents more accessible. Dynamic Web publishing is described. The Open Archives…

The nature of archives and manuscripts

Randall C. Jimerson

Archives and manuscripts require special techniques based on their distinctive nature as the byproducts of transactions rather than the result of deliveration or creative…

Creating an integrated periodicals listing using Microsoft Access and ASP scripts

Laura Pope Robbins

In response to the addition of several new aggregators to our database collection, it became necessary to find and implement an efficient way to direct our users to the…

Tracking the use of e‐journals: a technique collaboratively developed by the Cataloging Department and the Office of Libraries Technology at the University of Louisville

Weiling Liu, Fannie M. Cox

Tracking electronic journals to collect usage statistics is not an easy task. E‐journal publishers and aggregators are using various standards to create e‐journal usage…

Dublin Core use in libraries: a survey

Carolyn Guinchard

An e‐mail survey was conducted by the Dublin Core Libraries Working Group to collect examples of Dublin Core use in libraries, and to provide input for the development of…

Managing the special collections department in the digital world: a case study of cooperation and innovation

Faye Phillips

Thousands of special collections departments and libraries throughout the world are currently involved in digital library projects that focus on their holdings. The…



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1993 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited