2008

Digital Convergence – Libraries of the Future

ISBN: 978-1-84628-902-6 (Print) 978-1-84628-903-3 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXXII

  2. The Organization and Delivery of Digital Information

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      Pages 1-1

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      From ‘‘Boutique’’ to Mass Digitization: the Google Library Project at Oxford

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      Pages 11-30

      Digital Services in Academic Libraries: the Internet is Setting Benchmarks

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      Pages 31-51

      The Early Years of the United Kingdom Joint Academic Network (JANET)

  3. The World Library – Collaboration and Sharing of Information

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 52-52

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      Pages 55-64

      World-Class Universities Need World-Class Libraries and Information Resources: But How Can they be Provided?

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      Pages 65-73

      The International Dimensions of Digital Science and Scholarship: Aspirations of the British Library in Serving the International Scientific and Scholarly Communities

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      Pages 75-82

      CURL – Research Libraries in the British Isles

  4. Cultural and Strategic Implications of Digital Convergence for Libraries

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-93

      For Betteror Worse: Change and Development in Academic Libraries, 1970-2006

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      Pages 95-105

      Combining the Best of Both Worlds: the Hybrid Library

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      Pages 107-117

      Beyond the Hybrid Library: Libraries in a Web 2.0 World

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      Pages 119-134

      Libraries and Open Access: the Implications of Open-Access Publishing and Dissemination for Libraries in Higher Education Institutions

  5. Shaking the Foundations – Librarianship in Transition

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 135-135

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      Pages 137-153

      Scholarship and Libraries: Collectors and Collections

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      Pages 155-160

      When is a Librarian not a Librarian?

  6. New Dimensions of InformationProvision Restructuring, Innovation, and Integration

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 161-161

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      Pages 163-171

      From Integration to Web Archiving

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      Pages 173-180

      Not Just a Box of Books: From Repository to Service Innovator

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      Pages 181-189

      Learning Enhancement through Strategic Project Partnership

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      Pages 191-203

      Libraries for the 21st Century

  7. Preserving the Content – The Physical and the Digital

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 204-204

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      Pages 207-217

      Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow: Poor Players on the Digital Curation Stage

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      Pages 219-237

      Some Key Issues in Digital Preservation

  8. From Information to Knowledge – the Human–Computer Interface

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      Pages 238-238

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      Pages 241-251

      From the Information Age to the Intelligence Age: Exploiting IT and Convergence

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      Pages 253-271

      Cognitive Implications of InformationSpaces: Human Issues in the Design and Use of Electronic Library Interfaces

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