OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 26 Issue 1


Library and Information Science

Table of contents - Special Issue: International digitization projects

Books, books everywhere, but nary a one in print: Cushing Academy eliminates print books from its library

Norm Medeiros

This paper seeks to review Cushing Academy's recent decision to withdraw the majority of its print book collection in favor of electronic books.

Library to go

Robert Fox

This paper aims to explore the area of mobile technology and its usefulness for library instruction and information dissemination

Applied digital library project management: Using decision tree analysis to clarify multipath problems

H. Frank Cervone

This paper seeks to define and describe decision tree analysis as a method for decision making when there are multiple, linearly or hierarchically related decision points…

A cross‐Pacific partnership: The University of Maryland Libraries and the National Diet Library of Japan jointly reformat children's books

Eiko Sakaguchi, Kenichiro Shimada, Amy Wasserstrom

This paper aims to describe the Prange Children's Book Reformatting Project as an example of bi‐national cooperation to provide the broadest possible access to a…

Aluka: digitization from Maputo to Timbuktu

Deirdre Ryan

This paper aims to describe experiences of collaborative effort to digitize a wide range of scholarly materials from and about Africa

Participation of the National Library of the Czech Republic in the project TELplus

Tomas Foltyn

This short study aims to describe the participation of the National Library of the Czech Republic in the project TELplus.

The road to digital: building unique Afghanistan collections

Yan Han

This paper seeks to discuss a grant‐funded digitization project for unique Afghanistan gray literature. It aims to address the digitization tasks, workflow, challenges…



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