OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 29 Issue 3


Table of contents

Can't we all just get along? Tension mounts between publishers and librarians

Norm Medeiros

This article aims to describe legal and political maneuvers that have occurred recently between librarians and publishers.

Fitting in

Robert Fox

Integration of library services via automated means does not require that the patron make abrupt shifts between interfaces or tools in order to take advantage of the vast…

Selected practices and tools for better accessibility in digital library projects

H. Frank Cervone

Issues related to accessibility of web based resources are more important than ever. In part this is being driven by demands for more consistent treatment of various…

Measuring the international usage of US institutional repositories

Lauren Fralinger, Jonathan Bull

In an educational world with increasing internationalization, digitization, assessment and financial justification, US institutions, especially academic libraries, must…

Finding the tool that fits best: cloud based task management for electronic resources

Clara Ruttenberg

The article aims to examine how the University of Maryland, College Park, evaluated two specific task management software packages that could make the pre‐order workflow…

Library instruction in a cloud: perspectives from the trenches

Regina Koury, Spencer J. Jardine

Cloud computing flexibility has advantages for IT professionals as well as non‐technical users. This paper aims to look at cloud computing from the library instruction…

Awareness and use of Web 2.0 tools by librarians in university libraries in Nigeria

Emmanuel E. Baro, Evelyn O. Idiodi, Vera Zaccheaus Godfrey

The study aims to investigate the level of awareness and use of Web 2.0 tools by librarians in university libraries in Nigeria.



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