Bibibliografia sobre Biblioteca Digital -BIBNEWS Maio 2003

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[-] DSpace : an open source dynamic digital repository
Smith,MacKenzie; Barton,Mary; Branschofsky,Margret; ...
D-lib magazine (2003) vol.9 nr.1 (T 09873) ECO
http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january03/smith/01smith.html
<http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january03/smith/01smith.html>; 
The open source system DSpace functions as a repository for the digital
research and educational material produced by members of a research
university or organization. Running such an institutionally-based,
multidisciplinary repository is increasingly seen as a natural role for the
libraries and archives of research and teaching organizations. As their
constituents produce increasing amounts of original material in digital
formats, the repository becomes vital to protect the significant assets of
the institution and its faculty. The first part of this article describes
the DSpace system including its functionality and design, and its approach
to various problems in digital library and archives design. The second part
discusses the implementation of DSpace at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, plans for federating the system, and issues of sustainability. 
Keywords: scientific information; electronic publishing; archive; systems
architecture; DSpace; OSS (Open Source Software); MIT (Massachusetts
Institute of Technology)
[-] Exploring charging models for digital cultural heritage
Tanner,Simon; Deegan,Marilyn
Ariadne, the Web version (2003) nr.34 (T 09875) BIC
http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue34/tanner/
<http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue34/tanner/>; 
This article describes the results of a study to investigate some of the
underlying financial and policy assumptions being made in the move from
previously analog photographic services into the realm of digital capture
and delivery in cultural heritage institutions. The study focussed upon
libraries, archives, museums and galleries with particular emphasis upon
investigating how marketable, cost efficient and income-stable the new
digital services and resources are in comparison with previous methods.
Cultural heritage institutions in the UK were investigated, with some other
European institutions included. 
Keywords: electronic publishing; photography; pricing; cost calculation;
survey; online service; United Kingdom; Europe
[-] Exposing information resources for e-learning : harvesting and
searching IMS metadata using the OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting and
Z39.50
Richardson,Steve; Powell,Andy
Ariadne, the Web version (2003) nr.34 (T 09875) BIC
http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue34/powell/
<http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue34/powell/>; 
The IMS Digital Repositories Working Group (DRWG) is working to define a set
of interfaces to repositories of learning objects or information resources
in order to support resource discovery from within a Learning Management
Systems (also known as Virtual Learning Environments). In particular, the
specifications currently define mechanisms that support distributed
searching of remote repositories, harvesting metadata from repositories,
depositing content with repositories and delivery of content from the
repository to remote systems. Two case studies show that content providers
that already support Z39.50 or OAI-PMH to expose simple Dublin Core metadata
records probably do not have to do too much work to make IMS metadata records 
available. 
Keywords: meta data; electronic library; OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative
Protocol for Metadata Harvesting); Open Archives Initiative; DRWG (IMS
Digital Repositories Working Group); ANSI Z39.50; IMS Learning Resource 
Meta-data
[-] How to be a better negotiator in the digital realm
Harris,Lesley Ellen
Learned Publishing (2001) vol.14 nr.4 p.303-306(T 10350) SOC
http://leporello.ingentaselect.com/vl=6636559/cl=65/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/alps
p/09531513/v14n4/s11/p303
<http://leporello.ingentaselect.com/vl=6636559/cl=65/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/alp
sp/09531513/v14n4/s11/p303> 
The manner in which libraries and resource centres acquire materials is
rapidly changing. In addition to purchasing traditional materials like print
books and periodicals, libraries and resource centers now license content in
the form of CD-ROMs or through online subscriptions or databases. This
article presents some tips for negotiating license agreements with
individuals and corporate copyright owners. 
Keywords: library; licensing; human communication; contract 
negotiation;electronic resource
[-] Open Archives activities and experiences in Europe : an overview by
the Open Archives Forum
Dobratz,Susanne; Matthaei,Birgit
D-lib magazine (2003) vol.9 nr.1 (T 09873) ECO
http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january03/dobratz/01dobratz.html
<http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january03/dobratz/01dobratz.html>; 
The Open Archives Forum is a dissemination activity that aims to manage an
exchange of experiences on open archives in general. The project
investigates usage of open archives under different paradigms, and its aims
are to make digital repositories more widely available, make them globally
accessible, encourage people to share developments, and enable developing
countries to obtain access to scientific and cultural heritage information.
The Open Archives Forum project both disseminates information and encourages
collaborative development of software. This article describes how the forum
works, and presents an overview of European activitis on OAI. A summary is
presented, of results from a survey regarding technical issues related toOAI. 
Keywords: electronic publishing; archive; electronic library; human
cooperation; Open Archives Forum; Open Archives Initiative; Europe
Research agenda for library instruction and information literacy :the updated 
version
College and research libraries news (2003) vol.64 nr.2 p.108-113 (6 pp.)(T 
02105) BIC 
This article presents a research agenda to help librarians plan information
literacy programs and manage instructional services. It is organized into
four main sections: learners, teaching, organizational context, and
assessment. Each section poses general questions with the goal of
encouraging those interested (practitioners, researchers, and students
alike) to conduct research around these important areas. 
Keywords: library instruction; information literacy; research and development
The decay and failures of Web references
Spinellis,Diomidis
Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery (2003) vol.46 nr.1
p.71-77 (7 pp.)(T 02275) ECO 
This article examines, quantifies, and characterizes the quantity and
quality of Web links used in computer literature. It wants to provide
definitive information related to the availability of URL references as a
function of their age, their domain, the depth of the path used, as well as
the technical reasons leading to failed links. The article describes the
technologies related to Web references and retrieval, outlines the methodology 
that is followed, presents the 
results obtained, and discusses their implications. 
Keywords: computer science; scientific information; electronic journal; WWW
(World Wide Web); reference linking; Internet resource; citation analysis
[-] The importance of aggregators
Inger,Simon
Learned Publishing (2001) vol.14 nr.4 p.287-290 (T 10350) SOC
http://leporello.ingentaselect.com/vl=6636559/cl=65/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/alps
p/09531513/v14n4/s6/p287
<http://leporello.ingentaselect.com/vl=6636559/cl=65/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/alp
sp/09531513/v14n4/s6/p287> 
This paper tries to clarify the varying roles of a group of companies
collectively termed aggregators. Three classes of aggregator with distinct
business models are described: content hosts, gateways, and full-text
aggregators. All bring about different benefits to both publishers and
libraries. 
Keywords: electronic journal; library; subscription agent; pricing; publishing 
industry
[-] You are the weakest link - goodbye : serving the information-hungry
corporate end-user
Harwood,Paul
Learned Publishing (2002) vol.15 nr.4 p.285-290
(T 10350) SOC
http://leporello.ingentaselect.com/vl=6636559/cl=65/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/alps
p/09531513/v15n4/s7/p285
<http://leporello.ingentaselect.com/vl=6636559/cl=65/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/alp
sp/09531513/v15n4/s7/p285> 
In corporate environments, information professionals can expect a much more
demanding and computer-literate end-user to serve than ever before. The
stresses and strains within the system are examined, and parallels are drawn
with developments in the academic world from which corporate information
providers can learn valuable lessons. Attention is paid to developments
regarding portals and search engines, e-commerce, books and journals, and
publishers and online hosts. 
Keywords: special library; information professional; impact of automation;
trend; electronic journal; publishing industry
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