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Library History On the Web The Library History Buff Promoting the appreciation, enjoyment, and preservation of library history American Library History On the Web Here are some sites I've come across in my pursuit of library history. No claim is made at being comprehensive.
World Library History On the Web Here are some sites I've come across in my pursuit of library history. No claim is made at being comprehensive. Suggest additions by contacting me at firstname.lastname@example.org . The Netherlands The Bibliotheekmuseum (library museum), Amsterdam http://www.libraryhistorybuff.org/bibliotheekmuseum.htm
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Librariana Links The Library History Buff Promoting the appreciation, enjoyment, and preservation of library history Librariana Links Links to Internet sites that relate to the collecting of library artifacts and memorabilia or that include examples of these items. Dan Lester's Librariana Web Site http://www.riverofdata.com/librariana/
The Library History Buff Promoting the appreciation, enjoyment, and preservation of library history Librariana Collecting Library Artifacts and Memorabilia Librariana
Evolution of the Card Catalog The Library History Buff Promoting the appreciation, enjoyment, and preservation of library history Evolution of the Library Card Catalog
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Companies and products listed in this Fact Sheet are named for informational purposes only. ALA does not endorse specific products or companies. Contact companies directly for further information. The phrase "library automation" has many diverse and unrelated meanings in the literature of librarianship. This fact sheet offers a selection of print and online resources that will provide an introduction to the issues to consider when selecting a tool that organizes yet provides patron access and circulation inventory for your library's collection of books, DVDs, and any other materials. This page includes evaluations and overviews on integrated library systems (ILS) and cataloging software programs. ALA Library Fact Sheet 21 - Automating Libraries and Virtual Reference: A Selected Annotated Bibliography
GODORT Homepage (1) To provide a forum for discussion of problems, concerns, and for exchange of ideas by librarians working with government documents; (2) to provide a force for initiating and supporting programs to increase availability, use, and bibliographic control of documents; (3) to increase communication between documents librarians and other librarians; (4) to contribute to the extension and improvement of education and training of documents librarians.
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Preserving Virtual Worlds Shortlisted for UK Prize The Preserving Virtual Worlds project, led by GSLIS Assistant Professor Jerome McDonough, has been shortlisted for the 2010 Digital Preservation Award given by the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) in the UK. A copy of the full press release is available on the DPC's website. "Digital data is fragile so we have to think hard about what sort of digital legacy we want to leave behind," explained William Kilbride of the DPC. "Our generation has invested as never before in digital resources and we've done so because of the opportunity they bring.
In this issue: What's on , and What's new Editorial: Here Comes the Tide (William Kilbride, DPC Executive Director) Who's who: Sixty second interview with Laura Molloy, HATII, University of Glasgow One world: Dr. Dinesh Katre, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) Your view: Commentary, questions and debate from readers What's New - Issue 31, November 2010
The Data Processing Clinics were organized around a specific theme, exposed librarians, information scientists, and others interested in the technology that surrounds information to new trends and approaches. The conferences have been discontinued so there are no forthcoming proceedings. The following bibliography provides links to full text where available. Harum, Susan & Michael Twidale, eds. 2000. Successes and Failures of Digital Libraries (Papers Presented at the 35th Annual Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing, March 22-24, 1998.) Data Processing Clinics
Monographs The Bulletin Storytelling Review, Volume 1, edited by Janice M. Del Negro and Deborah Stevenson Ideals and Standards: The History of the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1893-1993, edited by Walter C. Allen and Robert F. Catalog Archives
Library Trends Library Trends , issued quarterly and edited by W. Boyd Rayward and Alistair Black , explores critical trends in professional librarianship, including practical applications, thorough analyses, and literature reviews. Every year, Library Trends covers a wide variety of themes from special libraries to emerging technologies. The journal is published quarterly for GSLIS by The Johns Hopkins University Press . Both practicing librarians and educators use Library Trends as an essential tool in their professional development and continuing education.
The Occasional Papers Series consists of papers addressing varied aspects of librarianship, as well as those of specialized or contemporary interest, that generally are too lengthy or detailed for publication in a periodical. Papers in this series are issued irregularly. Please see the Occasional Papers bibliography for a complete list of all issues published and links to full-text where available. Submissions The Occasional Papers Series encourages manuscript submissions or inquiries. Articles vary widely in length, and all topics pertaining to library and information science will be considered. Occasional Papers
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