OCLC Systems & Services: International digital library perspectives: Volume 31 Issue 3


Library and Information Science

Table of contents

Illusory bastions

Robert Fox

This column explores issues regarding the exposure of online patron information, privacy and intellectual freedom. Several angles are explored and ways in which libraries…

Systematic vs intuitive decision making and the Pareto principle: Effective decision-making for project teams

H Frank Cervone

The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the primary factors that inhibit efficient decision-making in teams and propose some methods to help facilitate the process…

SINCERITY: the making of a search engine for images indexed with a bilingual taxonomy

Tomasz Neugebauer, Elaine Menard

This paper aims to present the third stage of a research project that aims to develop a bilingual interface for the retrieval of digital images. The requirements and…

Digitizing oral history: can you hear the difference?

Anthony Cocciolo

The purpose of this study is to answer the questions: Can students discern the difference between oral histories digitized at archival quality (96 kHz/24-bit) versus…

The McGill library chapbook project: a case study in TEI encoding

Sharon Rankin, Casey Lees

The purpose of this case study is to describe a multi-year text encoding initiative (TEI) project that took place in the McGill University Library, Rare Books and Special…

Streamlined request services: the integration of ILS, ILL and Consortia borrowing systems

Gan (Grace) Ye, Sally Bryant

This paper aims to study streamlined request services based on discrete systems’ integration in an academic library. The integration of discrete systems allows patrons to…



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