OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 28 Issue 1


Library and Information Science

Table of contents - Special Issue: Music information retrieval, part 3

Guest Editors: Editor

Terms of endearment: engaging students in the digital age

Norm Medeiros

This article seeks to describe the challenge of providing impactful research assistance to college students.

Digital viability

Robert Fox

The purpose of this column is to explore issues regarding library self‐assessment and provisioning of digital content.

Digital learning object repositories

H. Frank Cervone

This paper aims to provide an overview of the issues related to developing a digital repository for learning objects. Given the unique nature of digital learning objects…

Improving access to digital music through content‐based analysis

Juan Pablo Bello, Kent Underwood

The purpose of this paper is to report recent advances on a collaborative project that aims to develop content‐based methods for music information retrieval (MIR) as an…

Matching music: clustering versus distinguishing records in a large database

Gail Thornburg, W. Michael Oskins

Describing musical pieces, whether sound recordings, scores, librettos, videos, has always involved cataloger interpretation and judgment. There is considerable variation…

Digital preservation and access strategies for musical heritage: the Swiss RISM experience

Laurent Pugin, Andrew Hankinson, Ichiro Fujinaga

The purpose of this paper is to present a new web‐based cataloguing system for the global music bibliography project, Répertoire International des Sources Musicales…

A machine for browsing: beyond the “single search box”

Toby Burrows

This paper seeks to discuss the possibility of reviving browsing as an access framework in the midst of the “single search box” phenomenon.



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