OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 21 Issue 1

Category:

Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Remarks on metadata management

Elaine L. Westbrooks

As digital resources proliferate, libraries plan to grant easy access to a distributed set of resources from one single entry point inside and outside the OPAC. The quest…

Transforming thyself: Serials agents in a digital world

Norm Medeiros

This article discusses the impact of electronic resources on the suite of services provided by serials agents.

Choices and challenges: Cross‐cutting themes in archives and museums

Elizabeth Yakel

To report on the October 2004 Choices and Challenges Conference and cross‐cutting themes in libraries, archives and museums.

The Wiki and the digital library

Jeremy Frumkin

To look at how collaborative tools, such as Wikis, can be utilized in a digital library environment.

Cataloging our information architecture

Robert Fox

To explore the potential impact of Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan's classification theories on the accessibility and exposure of digital repository content.

Making decisions: Methods for digital library project teams

H. Frank Cervone

To outline methods for group process within a digital library team.

The text‐encoding initiative: Part 1

Linda Cantara

To present a concise introduction to and history of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI).

Practical quality control procedures for digital imaging projects

Jenn Riley, Kurt Whitsel

Formal quality review processes are a necessary part of any digital imaging workflow. This article illustrates a set of quality review processes implemented in the Indiana…

Using eclectic digital resources to enhance instructional methods for adult learners

Karen G. Lawson

To demonstrate that adult learning can be improved through the use of eclectic digital resources to enhance instructional methods rather than through learning skills in isolation.

Assessing the durability of formats in a digital preservation environment: The INFORM methodology

Andreas Stanescu

To describe INFORM, a new methodology for investigating and measuring the risk factors of digital formats and providing guidelines for preservation action plans.

ISSN:

1065-075X

Renamed from:

OCLC Micro

Online date, start – end:

1993 – 2015

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited