OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 26 Issue 4


Table of contents

Every (e)book its (e)reader: book collections at a crossroads

Norm Medeiros

This paper aims to discuss the challenge of projecting physical book collection space in light of the emerging e‐book market.

Mining the digital library

Robert Fox

This paper seeks to examine text mining as a launching point for innovative library services.

Emerging technology, innovation, and the digital library

H. Frank Cervone

This paper aims to discuss the issues and impact of emerging technologies and innovation in libraries.

Automating the importation of a historic scientific serial into a digital repository

James S. Creel, Jack R. (Jay) Koenig, Robert McGeachin

The purpose of this paper is to describe the transition of a collection in Texas A&M University's institutional repository from single item submission to batch importation…

Beyond the OPAC: creating different interfaces for specialized collections in an ILS system

Sai Deng

This paper aims to discuss the experiment in creating featured collection web sites from specialized data in the Voyager integrated library system (ILS). The specialized…

Revitalizing a library collection rich in educational potential

Jim Frutchey

The aim of this paper is to clearly show the process, cost, and benefits of an audio digitization project within a university library.

“Sense of place” in digital collections

Marilyn Von Seggern, Alex Merrill, Lihong Zhu

Internet sites about geographical locations attempt to articulate and convey “sense of place”, a concept that relates to the unique identity and meaning attached to place…



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