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Judith Andrews; Derek G Law
|Beschreibung:||xx, 263 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Inhalt:||Contents: Introduction, Judith Andrews and Derek Law; United States federal support for digital library research and its implications for digital library development, William H. Mischo; eLib in retrospect: a national strategy for digital library developments in the 1990s, Stephen Pinfield. Policy and Planning: How to pay for digital libraries, Mike Lesk; Content and services issues for digital libraries, Derek Law; Open access to peer-reviewed research through author/institution self-archiving: mazimizing research impact by maximizing online access, Stevan Harnad; Issues of policy and practice in digital preservation, Susan S. Lazinger; Evaluating electronic information services, Pete Dalton, Stella Thebridge and Rebecca Hartland-Fox. Implementation and Practice: Building a digital library in 80 days: the Glasgow experience, Alan Dawson; The development of UCEEL: a digital library for the University of Central England, Chris Dodd and Judith Andrews; Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations, Edward A. Fox, Gail McMillan, Hussein Suleman, Marcos GonA alves and Ming Luo; The Variations and Variations2 digital library projects at Indiana University, Jon W. Dunn, Mary Wallace Davidson, Jan R. Holloway and Gerald Bernbom; Beyond bricks and mortar: building a digital library at the Library of Congress, Diane Kresh. The Way Ahead: After the digital library decade: where are the next frontiers for library innovation?, Mel Collier; Bibilography; Index.|
'The editors have brought together many of the top theorists and practitioners in the development and deployment of digital libraries. There are authoritative contributions on the early development