OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 21 Issue 2


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Reinventing the wheel: can librarians help?

Suellen Stringer‐Hye

The purpose of this paper is to encourage librarians to become involved in the development of emerging technology standards.

Electronic resources management: an update

Norm Medeiros

Aims to review the Digital Library Federation's (DLF) Electronic Resource Management Initiative (ERMI) guidelines and related commercial e‐resource management system development.

Hidden collections in archives and libraries

Elizabeth Yakel

The purpose of this paper is to synthesize different research projects and approaches to managing the “hidden collections” problem.

Psychology of virtual architecture

Robert Fox

The purpose of this paper is to provide some ideas concerning the design and implementation of the library virtual architecture and its relation to the psychology of…

Influencing: a critical skill for managing digital library project teams

H. Frank Cervone

To develop an understanding of the role successful influencing plays in managing a digital library project team.

The text‐encoding initiative:Part 2

Linda Cantara

To present a summary of the Proceedings of the 4th Annual Text‐Encoding Initiative (TEI) Consortium Members’ Meeting, October 2004, and an introduction to P5, the recently…

The flight plan of a digital initiatives project: Providing remote access to aerial photographs of Colorado

Christopher Cronin, Kathryn Lage, Holley Long

To present a case study of a digital initiative for cartographic materials in order to provide a reference for other institutions embarking on similar projects.

From the air: the photographic record of Florida's lands

Stephanie C. Haas, Erich Kesse, Mark Sullivan, Randall Renner, Joe Aufmuth

Purpose – To describe an LSTA‐funded project that digitized 88,000 black and white aerial photographs and 2,500 photomosaic indexes created for Florida by the US…



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