OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 20 Issue 1


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Of budgets and boycotts: the battle over open access publishing

Norm Medeiros

This article recounts the history of electronic journals, and the evolution of library processes to manage them. The article reviews recent controversies regarding the…

The future of archives and manuscripts

Randall C. Jimerson

The archival profession faces many challenges in the near future, including electronic records, new technology, defining the profession, diversity, cooperation with other…

Streaming audio from African‐American oral history collections

Trevor James Bond

Through the use of OCLC/DiMeMa’s CONTENTdm software and a RealSystems Server 8, this article outlines the process of converting two collections of African‐American oral…

Public libraries in Victoria, Australia: an overview of current ICT developments, challenges, and issues

Brendan Fitzgerald, Frances Savage

This article explores the impact on public libraries in Victoria, Australia, as they become increasingly reliant upon information communications technology (ICT) to…

OCLC’s Office of Research: the value of research to an organization and to a profession

Diane Marie Ward

Presents a survey of the OCLC Office of Research (OR) with emphasis on two projects (Web Characterization Project and Economics of Digital Preservation), and their impact…

Unqualified Dublin Core usage in OAI‐PMH data providers

Jewel Ward

This research describes an empirical study of how the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set (DCMES) is used by 100 data providers (DPs) registered with the Open Archives…



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OCLC Micro

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited