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  1. Understanding Digital Libraries, Second Edition (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Multimedia Information and Systems) by Michael Lesk, 2004-12-16
  2. How to Build a Digital Library, Second Edition (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Multimedia Information and Systems) by Ian H. Witten, David Bainbridge, et all 2009-10-21
  3. Emerging Technologies for Academic Libraries in the Digital Age (Chandos Information Professional Series) by LiLi Li, 2009-01-31
  4. Evaluation of Digital Libraries: An Insight to Useful Applications and Methods (Chandos Information Professional Series) by Giannis Tsakonas, Christos Papatheodorou, 2009-07-30
  5. Digital Libraries: Technology and Management of Indigenous Knowledge for Global Access: 6th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL ... (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  6. How to Build a Digital Library (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Multimedia Information and Systems) by Ian H. Witten, David Bainbridge, 2002-07-23
  7. Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation (Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing)
  8. Archives and the Digital Library
  9. Fostering Community through Digital Storytelling: A Guide for Academic Libraries by Anne M. Fields, Karen R. Diaz, 2008-06-30
  10. Semantic Digital Libraries - Improving Usability of Information Discovery with Semantic and Social Services (Semantic Digital Libraries [ http://semdl.info/books/ ]) by Sebastian Ryszard Kruk, 2010-03-04
  11. Digital Curation: A How-To-Do-It Manual by Ross Harvey, 2010-07-31
  12. Digital Libraries (Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing) by William Y. Arms, 2001-09-01
  13. Using Open Source Systems for Digital Libraries by Art Rhyno, 2003-12-30
  14. Exploring the Digital Library: A Guide for Online Teaching and Learning (Jossey-Bass Guides to Online Teaching and Learning) by Kay Johnson, Elaine Magusin, 2005-07-08

1. Digital Libraries/Architecture Overview - Wikiversity
Module name. DL architectures Scope. This module covers architectures of digital libraries (DLs) such as federated architecture, distributed architecture, and serviceoriented
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Digital_Libraries/Architecture_overview
Digital Libraries/Architecture overview
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  • Older versions of the draft developed by UNC/VT Project Team (2009-10-07 PDF WORD
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DL architectures
edit Scope
This module covers architectures of digital libraries (DLs) such as federated architecture, distributed architecture, and service-oriented architecture, which appear in the DL literature. Note: Implementation details are not included here.
edit Learning objectives:
By the end of this module, the student will be able to:
a. Be able to distinguish different types of DL architectures mentioned in the scope description section. b. Be able to write specifications for a DL of a particular type of architecture, given a particular context and a particular set of needs.
edit 5S characteristics of the module:
DL architectures are derived from the more conceptual DL models, which contain all the 5Ss as their components. Therefore, these architectures address all the components of the 5S Framework.
a. Streams: there are specifications about what type of digital objects can be stored or provided by the DL architecture/models.

2. Digital Libraries Initiative | Europe - Information Society
Digital Libraries Initiative. i2010 Digital Libraries Initiative Europe's cultural and scientific riches at a click of a mouse . In ancient times, the library of Alexandria
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      i2010: Digital Libraries Initiative
      In ancient times, the library of Alexandria was said to contain up to 70% of all human knowledge. The challenge for the digital age is to do even better than that – and make the result last longer. The initiative focuses on two areas:
      • cultural heritage scientific information – making research findings more widely available online and keeping them available over time.
      A further key goal is to set up and develop Europeana – a single access point for consulting digital copies of the materials held by libraries, museums and archives. In the "analogue times", if you wanted to research a subject – Rembrandt, for instance – you had to travel all over Europe to find material. But with the European digital library, you will be progressively able to access all of it online – his works, books and documentary, films about him, drawings, photographs etc. – regardless of where the originals are held. The digital libraries initiative is part of the Commission’s Digital Agenda for Europe
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3. Syllabus
SLIS 21226, University of Iowa Rm 3092 Main Library Office 3078 Main Library
http://www.uiowa.edu/~libsci/faculty/lu/digital_libraries/syllabus.html
SLIS 21:226, University of Iowa
Rm: 3092 Main Library
Office: 3078 Main Library Spring, 1998 Tues.: 10.00 11.50pm Office Hours: Tues. 3 5pm (and by appointment)
Digital Libraries
Shaojun Lu
Visiting Assistant Professor
Tel: (319)335-5717
Email: shaojun-lu@uiowa.edu
Desirable Computer Skills Word, Electronic communication, Web authoring tools. For furhter information, please see: The List of Software Course Description
  • Learn the basic concepts and the history of digital libraries; Manage collections of digital libraries, and be aware of the issues underlying the management process; Build digital libraries, organize digital collections; Help user access and use interfaces and search facilities of digital resources; Evaluate digital libraries by using comprehensive methods.
Format of the Course This course is composed of lectures of the instructor, guest speeches, class discussions, and presentations by students, as well as external readings, practical exercises. Since the whole area of digital libraries is fast growing at present, the course is planned to be highly interactive and experimental. The students are expected to attend all classes having done the assignments and prepared to present or discuss them in class. Grading
Term Project/Paper:
Digital Library Project Demo: Assignments: Class Participation : Requirements All assignments must be done on or before the due date shown on the schedule. No late assignment will be accepted unless in extraordinary situations. You must submit your assignment in both hard and electronic copies (via email to shaojun-lu@uiowa.edu with subject "digital libraries" and filename of "your lastname" if attachment file is used). The submission of your assignment without editing and formatting will result in reduction of the credit of the assignment.

4. Digital Library - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Digital libraries frequently use the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAIPMH) to expose their metadata to other digital libraries, and search engines like
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_library
Digital library
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search A digital library is a library in which collections are stored in digital formats (as opposed to print, microform , or other media) and accessible by computers. The digital content may be stored locally, or accessed remotely via computer networks. A digital library is a type of information retrieval system. The DELOS Digital Library Reference Model defines a digital library as: An organization, which might be virtual, that comprehensively collects, manages and preserves for the long term rich digital content, and offers to its user communities specialized functionality on that content, of measurable quality and according to codified policies. The first use of the term digital library in print may have been in a 1988 report to the Corporation for National Research Initiatives The term digital libraries was first popularized by the NSF DARPA NASA Digital Libraries Initiative in 1994. These draw heavily on As We May Think by Vannevar Bush in 1945, which set out a vision not in terms of technology, but user experience. The term

5. Digital Library Federation
Developing the means of creating, maintaining, expanding, and preserving a distributed collection of digital materials.
http://www.diglib.org/

6. Center For The Study Of Digital Libraries
Established in 1995 at Texas A M University and builds upon research developed in the Hypermedia Research Laboratory established in 1987. Includes research, publications
http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/
Center for the Study of Digital Libraries
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HRBB 406 Linux Usability Lab
HRBB 406 is a shared space for usability testing and servers. Currently there are four Linux Ubuntu systems for testing and multiple desks for low-fidelity studies or usage of personal laptops in a controlled environment.
We ask that researchers schedule their time to not overlap as we do not want their subjects to be distracted by other studies going on simultaneously.
  • By plb at Oct 8 2010 - 7:23pm
HRBB 408H - CSDL Conference Room
The CSDL Conference room features a large conference table with telephone and video conferencing capabilities in addition to a front-projected SmartBoard that can be operated via a dedicated Windows system or through a your own laptop.
  • By plb at Oct 8 2010 - 6:32pm
CSDL downtime 10/4/10 and 10/5/10
All CSDL servers will be down on and off starting on Monday 10/4/10 because of installation of new air conditioning. We hope to be back up late on 10/5/10, but this will depend on whether things go as planned with the contractor, etc. We have set up a twitter account for announcements that we may need to make while our servers are down. Follow @tamucsdl for those tweets.

7. EOS International Solutions Digital Libraries
EOS.Web Digital is our newest solution. EOS.Web Digital is our newest solution, designed for 100% digital and electronic libraries and hybrid libraries that are
http://www.eosintl.com/Products/Digital.aspx

8. Digital.library Server At Penn Libraries
A University of Pennsylvania selection of digital library collections, exhibits, and finding aids prepared by digital librarians. Information on tools and technology.
http://digital.library.upenn.edu/
Navigation Aids
Library Home ... Back to full page Digital.library.upenn.edu FindI t: Anywhere In e-resource title only Search Franklin
On this server
On this server The Online Books Page A Celebration of Women Writers Oxford-Cambridge Ebooks
Main Content
This server supports a few projects hosted by the Penn Libraries. It also has some old publications and presentations To find out more about current and recent digital library activities, see our PennLabs server. library@pobox.upenn.edu

9. Digital Library Production Service (DLPS) | MLibrary
The Digital Library Production Service (DLPS) was formed in 1996 to provide infrastructure for campus digital library collections, including both access and delivery of collection content.
http://www.umdl.umich.edu/
Digital Library Production Service (DLPS)
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    Digital Library Production Service (DLPS)
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    The Digital Library Production Service (DLPS) was formed in 1996 to provide infrastructure for campus digital library collections, including both access systems and digitization services. DLPS is a unit of the University Library, and is part of its Library Information Technology Division . DLPS is also responsible for the Digital Library eXtension Service (DLXS) and host services for other academic institutions and non-profit organizations. DLPS provides access to over 200 text, image, and finding aid collections that collectively provide access to over a million digital objects.

10. Digital Libraries - Digital Collections - Degrees & Guides
A directory of digital collections, electronic virtual libraries Lib Info Science Digital Libraries. Table of Contents See Also Electronic Libraries Digital
http://www.academicinfo.net/digital.html
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Digital Libraries Table of Contents See Also Government Documents Internet Studies Subject Specific Digital Libraries: The listing below contains either multi-disciplinary online collections or very large specialized digital libraries. AIM25 - Archives in London and the M25 Area
"AIM25 is a major project to provide electronic access to collection level descriptions of the archives of over fifty higher education institutions and learned societies within the greater London area." American Heritage Virtual Archive Project
A Prototype "Virtual Archive" of Encoded Finding Aids
"will investigate one of the most serious problems facing knowledge seekers everywhere, the geographic distribution of both collections of primary source material and the written guides describing and providing access to them. We propose to solve this problem by creating a prototype 'virtual archive', integrating into a single source, hundreds of archival finding aids describing and providing access to a large body of primary source materials from collections documenting American culture and history held by four major academic research libraries [Duke University, Stanford University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Virginia]. The project will demonstrate the feasibility of providing both scholars and average American citizens with user-friendly, universal Internet access to the research collections of the world."

11. Digital Libraries By William Y. Arms
About Digital Libraries. The Author. The MIT Press. Preface to the Online Edition. This online edition of Digital Libraries is an updated version of the book of the
http://www.cs.cornell.edu/wya/DigLib/

12. SAIC Digital Libraries : Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection
restricted access. For items labeled Restricted Access please contact aboehm@saic.edu or call 312.899.7486. A 48hour notification prior to viewing is required.
http://digital-libraries.saic.edu/cdm4/index_jfabc.php?CISOROOT=/jfabc

13. Annotated Bibliography Of Digital Library Related Sources
List of references originally compiled by Steven Ketchpel at Stanford University, forms part of a collection of bibliographies of scientific literature in computer science.
http://liinwww.ira.uka.de/bibliography/Misc/digital.library.html
The Collection of
Computer Science Bibliographies
Annotated Bibliography of Digital Library Related Sources
About Browse Statistics Number of references: Last update: March 6, 2006 Number of online publications: Supported: Unknown Most recent reference: Query: in any author title field
Publication year : in: , since: , before: (four digit years)
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Author Comments:
I've entered the information by hand (ie, all size, references, and links are not guaranteed to be correct.) Information contained in the audience, relevance, and abstract fields are all personal opinions, and I hope that they will be more useful than offending. (A low relevance does not mean low quality.) Where two labels appear in the "Relevance" category, the first is the primary, so medium-low is more relevant than low-medium. I haven't read all of the papers yet (particularly those without the meta-data entered), but hope to soon. If you'd like to contribute to the bibliography, please do so! You can either send me pointers to relevant papers, or complete entries with metadata. If you want to add an opposing viewpoint or another abstract or rating to an existing entry, mail that to me also at ketchpel@cs.stanford.edu.

14. World Digital Library Home
the John M. Flaxman Library
http://www.wdl.org/en/
@import url('/static/css/wdl_ss.css'); @import url(/static/css/wdl_home_all_1.2.css); @import url(/static/css/wdl_home_1.2.css); skip to page content

15. LIS 386.13 Digital Libraries
Digital Libraries as always, avoid those cookies!!! Philip Doty. The concept of the digital library (DL) is relatively new, no more than a decade old, and it has a number of
http://www.ischool.utexas.edu/~l38613dw/readings/diglib.html
Information Technologies
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Information Profession
Shortcuts Home Syllabus Introduction Standards ... Resources GSLIS Links GSLIS Home Tutorial Junction IT Services Site Tools Site Map Contact Info Digital Libraries
[as always, avoid those cookies!!!]
Philip Doty
The concept of the digital library (DL) is relatively new, no more than a decade old, and it has a number of terminological problems. As discussed throughout the course, however, terminological differences and conflict are inevitable: not just because we are dealing with technologies, concepts, and terms that often quickly go out of date, but also because such wrangling is endemic to the project of being a scholar. What is clear, however, is that the concept of the digital library has captured the imagination of researchers, practitioners, governmental policy makers, organizational leaders, the media, and the public. Several disciplines consider themselves expert in the matter of digital libraries, and that is one of the strengths and weaknesses of the "field." World Brain give an indication of this tradition. Further examples are the work of the encyclopedists of the 18th century and the founders of what we now call hypertext and the Web, e.g., the Belgian Paul Otlet in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Fictional literature also features this concept, and Borges (1964) gives us the slightly guilty thrill of a beautiful dystopian vision of the universal library.

16. Interaction Design Centre
Institute based at the University of Middlesex working on various funded projects concerning the design and use of Digital Libraries.
http://www.cs.mdx.ac.uk/ridl/index.html
IDC
IDC Major Themes

RIDL

RIDL People
...
School of Computing Science
IDC convenor: Paul Curzon
Research in Digital Libraries (RIDL)
Introduction People Projects Workshops
Introduction
IDL conducts research on the design and use of Digital Libraries. It forms part of the Middlesex University Interaction Design Centre (IDC) . Digital Libraries offer great potential benefits but are currently hampered by, among other things, poor usability. Existing libraries provide the core essential functionality: they serve as structured repositories of multimedia documents, and documents can be added to and retrieved from the library. The quality of the interaction depends on such systems also satisfying various non-functional requirements that relate to usability. Some of work in RIDL is focusing directly on Digital Libraries, and is particularly concerned with designing for usability. Other research is on core computer science, but using Digital Libraries as a challenging and valuable test domain.
People
The principal local participants working on research in Digital Libraries are (in alphabetical order):
In addition, the following former members of the group have contributed to our Digital Library Research:

17. DIGITAL-LIBRARIES.mediaglow.com | All Things Digital Libraries
Yearbooks are a snapshot in time. Now, 96 years' worth of snapshots are available online for College of William and Mary graduates. Staff at Swem Library view yearbooks as a
http://digital-libraries.love.com/

18. Topics: Digital Libraries
American libraries are fundamental to our democratic society, yet are facing budgetary and other challenges which undermine their fiscal security and threaten their long
http://www.infosciencetoday.org/category/digital-libraries
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THE COMMUNITY-LIBRARY ADVOCACY PROJECT
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Managing electronic library services: current issues in UK higher education institutions
August 25th, 2010 Articles Digital libraries Managing the development and delivery of electronic library services is one of the major current challenges for university library and information services. This article provides a brief overview of some of the key issues facing information professionals working in higher education institutions (HEIs). In doing so, it also picks up some [...] Read full story
Connecting and Sharing: the Emerging Role of Z39.50 in Library Networks
December 27th, 2009 Digital libraries Documentation Featured 1. Introduction

19. University Of Michigan Digital Library Project
A NSF/ARPA/NASA-sponsored project incorporating basic research, system building, deployment, and evaluation of a usable digital library. The UMDL provides access to significant public domain collections of scientific data and information.
http://www.si.umich.edu/UMDL/

20. D-Lib Magazine
Monthly publication about research and innovation in digital libraries.
http://www.dlib.org/
Search D-Lib: HOME ABOUT D-LIB CURRENT ISSUE ARCHIVE ... CONTACT D-LIB D - L I B M A G A Z I N E
S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 1 Table of Contents F E A T U R E D D I G I T A L C O L L E C T I O N Featured Collection IN Harmony: Sheet Music from Indiana , a collaborative initiative for online sheet music. [Image Courtesy Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.] A R T I C L E S Editorial Repositories and One More Thing
By Laurence Lannom, Corporation for National Research Initiatives Abstract Article Designing and Implementing Second Generation Digital Preservation Services: A Scalable Model for the Stanford Digital Repository
By Tom Cramer and Katherine Kott, Stanford University Libraries Abstract Article A Checklist and a Case for Documenting PREMIS-METS Decisions in a METS Profile
By Sally Vermaaten, Statistics New Zealand Abstract Article Representation and Recognition of Subject Repositories
By Jessica Adamick and Rebecca Reznik-Zellen, University of Massachusetts Amherst Abstract Article The Simple Publishing Interface (SPI)
By Stefaan Ternier, Open Universiteit, The Netherlands, David Massart, European Schoolnet (EUN), Belgium, Michael Totschnig, University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), Austria, and Joris Klerkx and Erik Duval, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U.Leuven), Belgium

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