OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 27 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: Music Information Retrieval, part 2

Point of no return? Fair use on trial

Norm Medeiros

This article seeks to discuss the implications of the Cambridge University Press et al. lawsuit filed against Georgia State University.

Forensics of digital librarianship

Robert Fox

This paper seeks to examine important issues relating to digital preservation with a focus on file integrity and digital forensics.

Knowledge management as a method for supporting digital library projects

H. Frank Cervone

The purpose of this paper is to define and describe a low‐barrier method of implementing knowledge management as a mechanism for supporting digital library projects and processes.

Moving to the patron's beat

Rice Majors, Stephen L. Mantz

This article aims to examine how next‐generation library catalogs and discovery platforms have the potential to transform the challenges inherent in finding music…

Tunepal: searching a digital library of traditional music scores

Bryan Duggan, Brendan O'Shea

This paper aims to describe the Tunepal project as an example of a music information retrieval (MIR) system that is having an impact on how musicians access, learn and…

MXMLiszt: a preliminary MusicXML digital library platform built on available open‐source technologies

Nitin Arora

The aim of this article is to describe the genesis and structural components for an open‐source MusicXML digital library platform.



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OCLC Micro

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1993 – 2015

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Emerald Publishing Limited