Alt+library (Sacramento, CA. Alt+library is a place to meet other readers and find new ways to be a part of the library community.
The Sacramento Public Library has changed--we're conducting book clubs in bars and coffee shops, organizing speed dating events, and hosting videogame tournaments, in addition to lending books, movies, music, and more. This is the place to find out about some of our newest events. Also, look at our website: www.altlibrary.com. Future books: Genre X. What the Book. The learning place for libraries.
Processing. Cataloging. Woodlands Download Library. MARC STANDARDS (Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress) Ipl2: Information You Can Trust. WSU Virtual Motor City Collection (Detroit News): Home. Virtual Motor CityProject Highlights Virtual Motor City Partners and Images Browse Subjects | Decades | Videos Project Goals | Project Timeline | Scanning Procedures | Data Mapping Tables | Contributors | Photo Usage | Comments/Questions Virtual Motor City is the name of an IMLS sponsored digitization project, carried out by the Wayne State University Library System and the Walter P.
Reuther Library. The digitized images in the project represent a small subset of the Detroit News Collection, one of the premier photojournalistic resources freely available from a national-level newspaper and held at the Reuther Library. In 1997, the Detroit News' outgoing editor and publisher Robert Giles conveyed the paper's original negatives and, significantly, copyright to the Reuther Library at WSU. Multnomah County Library. Innovative Users Group. LISTSERV 15.5 - MICHLIB-L List at LISTSERV2.MICHIGAN.GOV. Home - Ohio State University Libraries. NOBLE Swapshop. NOBLE, the North of Boston Library Exchange, is a consortium of 28 public and academic libraries.
Founded over 20 years ago, NOBLE fosters resource sharing among our member libraries in many ways– we share an integrated library system, patrons, library materials, and professional expertise. The NOBLE Swapshop is an extension of our resource sharing activities. WILIUG June 2006 Conference. WILIUG. Next Age of Discovery. Welcome to the Michigan Library Association. D-Lib Magazine In Brief and In the News. March/April 2011 A New Tool to Increase Use of In-Copyright Works Contributed by: Naomi Korn Project Director, OER IPR Support firstname.lastname@example.org and Neil Witt Associate Professor, Head of Technology Enhanced Learning N.Witt@plymouth.ac.uk University of Plymouth Plymouth, United Kingdom The Risk Management Calculator is an important contribution to the toolkit that UK universities and colleges need to use to help them develop and publish OERs (open educational resources).
Created by a team of copyright specialists and staff from the Department of Technology Enhanced Learning, at the University of Plymouth in the UK, the intention of the Calculator was initially to help universities and colleges in the UK funded to develop OERs. Think-Tank on the Future of Music Search, Access and Consumption Gerd Leonhard (mediafuturist.com) opened the Think-Tank with a keynote on the next 3-5 years in the music business. Cloud Media Networked Business Models Experience Economy Data Economy Webtracks. Cat, the Michigan eLibrary Catalog and Resource Sharing System. Book Protection : Easy Bind® Repair and Reinforcement Tape. Kapco > KAPCO Book Protection > Products > Tapes > Easy Bind® Repair and Reinforcement Tape All-Purpose Polyester Mending/Repair Tape.
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[WorldCat.org] Search for books, music, videos, articles and more in libraries near you. Genre-form Guide (Motion Picture and Television Reading Room, Library ... Compiled by: Brian Taves (Chair) Judi Hoffman Karen Lund February 1998 Table of Contents Introduction Of all the types of subject access to moving image works, genre studies has emerged as the most frequently used and theoretically developed system.
Genres are recognizable primarily by content, and to a lesser degree by style. How Open Source Software Can Improve the Library - CollegeOnline.org. Remember a time when doing research required us to have to go to the library?
Your school had one, and that's probably where you spent most of your library time. If it wasn't your school, then it was probably your local town or city library. Some of these libraries may have been tiny little holes in the wall with just a few thousand books while others were huge university libraries with 10,000 of books, magazines, newspapers, cd, microfiche, and more. The depth a library can have can range greatly; it all depends on how much money that library gets in funding. Healthy People Library Project. HAPLR Index. Crimson Multimedia for Schools and Libraries in Mystic CT 06355 USA. Comics Links. Booklists for Young Adults on the Web. Infrared cleaning. Infrared cleaning is a technique used by some film scanners and flatbed scanners to reduce or remove the effect of dust and scratches upon the finished scan.
It works by collecting an additional infrared channel from the scan at the same position and resolution as the three visible color channels (red, green, and blue). The infrared channel, in combination with the other channels, is used to detect the location of scratches and dust. Once located, those defects can be corrected by scaling or replaced by inpainting. Method The three color dyes in typical color film emulsions are largely transparent to infrared light, so the infrared image is almost uniformly clear, unlike the RGB images. On the other hand, dust and scratches absorb in the infrared. Any dust spots or scratches appear as dark marks in the infrared, making them easy to find and compensate for.
If most or all of a pixel is occluded, scaling is not feasible. Infrared scanning History References ATN-reading-lists - home. Ted Marcus' Virtual Light Table: Scanning 110-Format Film (and Kodachrome) Scanning 110-Format Film (and Kodachrome) Updated February 2013 Preamble · Prerequisites · Pitfalls · Process · Past Preamble This article grew out of techniques I found mostly by trial and error while scanning my collection of 110-format (Pocket Instamatic) Kodachrome slides.
Some of those pictures are in the Europe Through the Front Door section of this Web site. Prerequisites 110 film requires at least a 4000dpi scanner. You’ll need a dedicated film scanner, which is unfortunately now an endangered species. My Plustek 7600i scanner, at 7200dpi, can produce a 4535x3042 scan from an uncropped 110 slide. The 7200dpi scan may not provide any more real detail, but the extra pixels make enlarging and cropping easier.
Introduction to Metadata (Research at the Getty) VRA Bulletin. Innovative Interfaces: Trusted Library Technology and Services. Home - American Library Association. MCLS - Midwest Collaborative for Library Services. Libraries. IMLS Library Statistics - Overview. Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) SGML and XML as (Meta-) Markup Languages Both SGML and XML are "meta" languages because they are used for defining markup languages.
A markup language defined using SGML or XML has a specific vocabulary (labels for elements and attributes) and a declared syntax (grammar defining the hierarchy and other features). Conceived notionally in the 1960s - 1970s, the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML, ISO 8879:1986) gave birth to a profile/subset called the Extensible Markup Language (XML), published as a W3C Recommendation in 1998. Depending upon your perspective and requirements, the differences between SGML and XML are inconsequential or immense. SGML is more customizable (thus flexible and more "powerful") at the expense of being (much) more expensive to implement. Although interest has shifted massively toward XML, the Cover Pages retains a substantial collection of legacy information about SGML. Other documents covering principally SGML topics include: EAD (Encoded Archival Description) Help Pages.
Mission Statement The EAD Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists is intended to promote the implementation and use of encoding standards for dissemination of archival information. To this end, we aim to provide tools and information for use in encoding archival descriptions; discuss and facilitate the use of software for markup, parsing, indexing, and delivery; and monitor and contribute to encoding standard development for archival description. Background Following the creation of EAD Listserv in 1996 and the launch of the official EAD website by Library of Congress in 1996, members of the Society of American Archivists identified the need for a group to handle the more informal aspects of EAD implementation. A petition to create a Roundtable in late 1997 was approved by the Council of the Society of American Archivists. Recent News & Announcements The EAD Roundtable is seeking nominations for a new Co-Chair Elect.
EAD: Encoded Archival Description Version 2002 Official Site (EAD ... General information version EAD3 - current EAD3 1.0 (from GitHub) EAD3 Schema and DTD EAD3 Tag Library New! EAD3 Tag Library [PDF - 425 p., courtesy Society of American Archivists] EAD3 FAQ [courtesy SAA EAD Roundtable] version 2002. Text Encoding Initiative. Prints & Photographs Online Catalog - Thesaurus for Graphic Materials ... Art & Architecture Thesaurus (Research at the Getty)
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