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Getting It Right
by Bonita Wilson


Usage Analysis for the Identification of Research Trends in Digital Libraries
Johan Bollen, Soma Sekhara Vemulapalli and Weining Xu, Old Dominion University; and Rick Luce, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Keepers of the Crumbling Culture: What Digital Preservation Can Learn from Library History
Deanna Marcum and Amy Friedlander, Council on Library and Information Resources

Patterns of Journal Use by Scientists through Three Evolutionary Phases
Carol Tenopir, Matt Grayson, Yan Zhang and Mercy Ebuen, University of Tennessee; Donald W. King, University of Pittsburgh; and Peter Boyce, Maria Mitchell Association

 from the Albument Photographs site

Photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, English (1815-79), My Grandchild, age two years three months, born at Barbados, May '63; albumen print, 1965, 22.9 x 27.9 cm. From the collection of the George Eastman House. Used with permission.
Courtesy of Albumen Photographs: History, Science and Preservation D-Lib Magazine's featured collection this month.


Developing a Content Management System-based Web Site
Clare Rogers, National Trust, and John Kirriemuir, Ceangal

Exploring Charging Models for Digital Cultural Heritage in Europe
Simon Tanner, University of Hertfordshire, and Marilyn Deegan, Oxford University

Visions: The Academic Library in 2012
James W. Marcum, Fairleigh Dickinson University

XML for Libraries
Roy Tennant, Editor, Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc., 2002
Reviewed by: Priscilla Caplan, Florida Center for Library Automation

"..offers a feel for the types of things that can be done with XML, exposes the reader to a number of models, tools, and protocols, and gives a good snapshot of the universe of XML-related development at a particular period of time."

Albumen Photographs: History, Science and Preservation
Courtesy of Timothy Vitale, Preservation Associates; Paul Messier, Boston Art Conservation; Walter Henry, Stanford University Libraries; and John Burke, Oakland Museum of California

The GLobal Access Management Project (GLAM)
Lee Kattenhorn, University of London

DigitalWell: Screaming Media Asset Management
Jim DeRoest, ResearchChannel

The Xtensible Past: XML as a Means for Easy Access to Historical Research Data and a Strategy for Digital Preservation
Annelies van Nispen and Laurents Sesink, The Netherlands Institute for Scientific Information Services

James Turner and Véronique Moal, EBSI - Université de Montréal

XML Name Access Control Repository
Ki-Tat Lam and Louisa Kwok, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Library

In the News: Recent Press Releases and Announcements


In Print

Point to Point

Calls for Participation

Goings On

Deadline Reminders



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DOI: 10.1045/may2003-contents

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