OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 20 Issue 2


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

A repository of our own: the E‐LIS e‐prints archive

Norm Medeiros

This article reviews the E‐Prints in Library and Information Science (E‐LIS) open access archive. E‐LIS is part of the Research in Computing, Library and Information…

Information literacy for primary sources: creating a new paradigm for archival researcher education

Elizabeth Yakel

Educating researchers on how to use archival and manuscript materials and repositories is an important component in any records program. This is more important now that…

Effective access: teachers' use of digital resources (research in progress)

Bethany Carlson, Sharon Reidy

In this paper, the authors describe the need for a better understanding of the cognitive frameworks used by high school science, technology, engineering, and mathematics…

Using OCLC Connexion to find typographical errors in authority records

Jeffrey Beall

Typographical errors exist in bibliographic and authority records and can hinder patron access to library materials. Until recently, a widely available systematic approach…

Developing a digital archive with limited resources

Greg Sennema

This article describes how a small liberal arts college library created a digital library using existing staff and financial resources. The Hekman Digital Archive (HDA…

Free as in Tibet: ibiblio's cultural cultivation and community creation

Jessamyn West

ibiblio is a digital library hosted at the University of North Carolina‐Chapel Hill that manages to be both a repository for cultural information and a resource for…



Renamed from:

OCLC Micro

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 2015

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited