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Broad-topic Digital Library Conferences
by Bonita Wilson



Why OpenURL?
Ann Apps and Ross MacIntyre, The University of Manchester

Using Annotations to Add Value to a Digital Library for Education
Robert A. Arko and Kim A. Kastens, Columbia University; and Kathryn M. Ginger and John Weatherley, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

A Technical Approach and Distributed Model for Validation of Digital Objects
Justin Littman, Library of Congress

A Handful of Things: Calisphere's Themed Collections from the California Digital Library
Isaac Mankita and James Harris, University of California, Berkeley; and Ellen Meltzer, University of California Office of the President

Image of front and back of Mark Twain's guitar
Mark Twain's 1835 Martin 2½-17" guitar.
Mark Twain, one of America's greatest literary legends, was a passionate guitarist and singer during the 19th century's romantic era. His songs were woven with graphic stream-of-consciousness imagery and his musical styles included gospel, slavery blues, love songs, political satire, folk, and burlesque.
Photograph Copyright Hank Risan.
Used with permission.

This month, D-Lib's featured collection is
The Museum of Musical Instruments.


Project Update
Digital Library Federation (DLF) Aquifer Project
Katherine Kott, Digital Library Federation; Jon Dunn, Indiana University; Martin Halbert and Liz Milewicz, Emory University; Leslie Johnston, University of Virginia; and Sarah Shreeves, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Conference Report
Integration of Services - Integration of Standards: Workshop Report, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague March 3, 2006
Theo van Veen, Koninklijke Bibliotheek

The Museum of Musical Instruments (MoMI)
The Museum of Musical Instruments

The New Zetoc RSS Service
Ann Apps, The University of Manchester

Digital access to the special collections of Leiden University Library
Peter Verhaar, Leiden University

Institutional Repositories and Enhanced and Alternative Metrics of Publication Impact: Report of an International Workshop held at Humboldt University Berlin, 20-21 February 2006
Frank Scholze, Stuttgart University; and Susanne Dobratz, Humboldt-University Berlin

In the News: Recent Press Releases and Announcements


In Print

Point to Point

Calls for Participation

Goings On

Deadline Reminders



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