OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 19 Issue 3


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Institutional repositories: the library’s new role

Sheau‐Hwang Chang

“Institutional repositories” is a new concept for collecting, managing, disseminating, and preserving scholarly works created in digital form by faculty and students in…

A pioneering spirit: using administrative metadata to manage electronic resources

Norm Medeiros

This article describes administrative metadata and their use in managing electronic resources. The focus of the article is an interview with Tim Jewell, Head of Collection…

Archives and memory

Randall C. Jimerson

Archives are repositories of memory, providing reliable evidence for examining the past. The four types of memory – personal, collective, historical, and archival …

“NOF‐Digi”: putting UK culture online

Dennis Nicholson, George Macgregor

This article describes a major digitisation programme aimed at improving online access to UK cultural resources from the UK’s museums, libraries and galleries for lifelong…

Subject headings for OCLC rare book records: a case study

Edna McClellan

This study presents an overview of the quality of 232 OCLC rare book cataloging records. Of the 232 records, 31 that needed subject headings were not provided with any. A…

A Web‐based document distribution system constructed with Lotus Notes

Roger Cummings

This article describes practical solutions to problems encountered over more than five years of operating a fully automated Web‐based digital document submission…

Digital library development in Brazil

Cavan McCarthy, Murilo Bastos da Cunha

The Internet came to Brazil early, and was quickly recognized as an exciting new means of communication, highly appropriate for a technologically advanced and recently…



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