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  3. Making Resources Accessible to Other Communities
this chapter discusses providing alternate subject access, adding modes of understanding, supporting multilingual access, and supplying terms for expanding free-text searching to facilitate discovery and understanding by disparate communities
Τύπος: Book chapter
  Academic Info: Digital Libraries - Online Publications, Exhibits, Documents & Journals
subject directory from Academic Info
Τύπος: Web site
  Across Languages, Across Cultures, Issues in Multilinguality and Digital Libraries
By Carol Peters & Eugenio Picchi (D-Lib Magazine, May 1997). ""With the recent rapid diffusion over the international computer networks of world-wide distributed document bases, the question of multilingual access and multilingual information retrieval is becoming increasingly relevant. We briefly discuss just some of the issues that must be addressed in order to implement a multilingual interface for a Digital Library system and describe our own approach to this problem"".
Τύπος: Paper
  A definition from The Association of Research Libraries
The Association of Research Libraries (1995 ARL) posts some common elements useful in defining DLs and the purpose of DLs.
Τύπος: Web page
  A Digital Library Needs Many Indexes
The main argument of this paper by Robert M. Colomb (Cooperative Research Centre for Distributed Systems Technology-The University of Queensland) is that one should expect to have not one, but many indexes for a large, heterogeneous digital library. Philosophical considerations, supported by ethnological studies of information-seeking behaviour, lead one to doubt that a single index would work.
Τύπος: Paper
  A First Step Toward Communication in Virtual Libraries
This paper by Klaus Tochtermann (Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, Department of Computer Science, Texas A&M University) deals with communication in virtual libraries. To do this, it introduces well known forms of communication and shows whether and how these are found in virtual libraries. In addition, DogitaLS1, a prototype of a library system basing on the Internet, is introduced with a special focus on the structures required for integrating communication support. Finally, communication services that are currently being integrated in DogitaLS1 are examined
Τύπος: Paper
  A Framework for Distributed Digital Object Services
This document describes fundamental aspects of an infrastructure that is open in its architecture and which supports a large and extensible class of distributed digital information services. Digital libraries are one example of such services; numerous other examples of such services may be found in emerging electronic commerce applications. Here we define basic entities to be found in such a system, in which information in the form of digital objects is stored, accessed, disseminated and managed.
Τύπος: Paper
  A Framework of Guidance for Building Good Digital Collections
The following report was prepared by members of the Digital Library Forum, a group convened by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to discuss issues relating to the implementation and management of networked digital libraries. Members quickly identified collection quality as a critical aspect of digital library management and interoperability, and this understanding forms the foundation of the report.
Τύπος: Report
  A Glossary of Digital Library Standards, Protocols and Formats
This document by Susan Haigh (Information Technology Services National Library of Canada), provides a structured overview of over 90 selected technology-based standards, protocols, and document formats that are pertinent to digital library activities. Each entry provides the acronym, full name and a succinct description/commentary as appropriate.
Τύπος: Document
  Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT)
The Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) is the second stage of the Alexandria Digital Library Project. Funded by the National Science Foundation (ISI-98-17432), ADEPT''s goal is to integrate the success of the first stage of ADL into the classroom by creating a Digital Learning Environment for educators and students based upon ADL technology.
Τύπος: Web site
  Alexandria Digital Library Project
The project began in 1994 with the development of the Alexandria Digital Library (ADL), a distributed digital library with collections of georeferenced materials and services for accessing those collections. Distributed means the library''s components may be spread across the Internet. Georeferenced means the library''s holdings are associated with a region (footprint) on the surface of the Earth. Phase I of the Alexandria Digital Library Project was supported by the NSF''s Digital Library Initiative: NSF IR94-11330.
Τύπος: Web site
  A Librarian''s View of Some Economic Issues in Electronic Scientific Publishing
An article by Ann Okerson (Associate University Librarian, Yale University). UNESCO Invitational Meeting on the Future of Scientific Information, Paris, February 1996
Τύπος: Article

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