The whole digital library handbook / edited by Diane Kresh for the Council on Library and Information Resources.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Chicago : American Library Association, 2007.
Description
x, 416 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • The invisible library / Christine Borgman
  • What are digital libraries? / Donald J. Waters
  • What is digital information? / Abby Smith
  • Back to the future / Richard De Gennaro
  • The new cybrarians / Joseph Janes
  • Libraries as places to linger and mingle / Alex Wright
  • Research libraries ponder : what's next? / Deanna B. Marcum
  • The Digital Library Federation : membership has its privileges
  • What becomes a leader most? / Karin Wittenborg
  • Which came first? / Lorrie Lejeune
  • Reference in the digital age / Anne G. Lipow
  • Primary resources at your fingertips / Roy Rosenzweig
  • Shelve under E / Scott Carlson
  • Value propositions / Chris D. Ferguson and Charles A. Bunge
  • Glossary of terms / California Digital Library
  • Growing up digital / John Seely Brown
  • Nothing but Net / Diana and James Oblinger
  • Chips and dips : educating and serving Net generation / Stephen Abram and Judy Luther
  • Net gains / Steve Jones
  • Emerging roles / Gary Marchionini and Hermann Maurer
  • Origin of the species / Daniel Greenstein and Suzanne Thorin
  • Diffuse libraries / Wendy Pradt Lougee
  • Digital collections, digital libraries, and the digitization of Cultural Heritage information / Clifford Lynch
  • Intermediate consumers / Lorcan Dempsey
  • Advanced Photo Shop / Scott Carlson
  • Cautionary tales : part one / Paul B. Gandel
  • Cautionary tales : part two / Geoffrey Nunberg
  • Strength in numbers / William Y. Arms
  • Who uses what? / Amy Friedlander
  • Turn on before using / Scott Carlson
  • The tipping point / Jerry D. Campbell
  • The case against information literacy / Stanley Wilder
  • How they view us : perceptions of libraries and information resources
  • The public trust / Robert Putnam
  • Wagging the tail / Chris Anderson
  • Libraries by the tail / Tom Storey
  • Phoning home alone / Christine Rosen
  • Keystone cops / Bonnie Nardi
  • Our computers, ourselves / Sherry Turkle
  • Managing the Internet / Marylaine Block
  • Growing pains / Sharon Gray Weiner
  • Net generation students and libraries / Joan K. Lippincott
  • Viewing patterns / Online Computer Library Center
  • "Is what's past, prologue?" / Donald Hawkins
  • Net effects / Greg Notess
  • Famine or feast? / Paul B. Gandel and Richard N. Katz
  • From a distance / Ron Chepesiuk
  • Law review / Jennifer Burek Pierce
  • What we know will hurt us / Joseph Janes
  • Internet searching gets thumbs up / Deborah Fallows
  • Et tu, Yahoo!? / George Plosker
  • Fear no evil / Gary Price
  • Scanning the horizon / Gordon Flagg
  • As Google goes- / Gordon Flagg
  • Google, the Khmer Rouge, and the public good / Mary Sue Coleman
  • Scribes of the digital era / Jeffrey R. Young
  • Apples and oranges / Anne R. Kenney ... [et al.]
  • Web value / Greg Notess
  • The user is not broken : a meme masquerading as a manifesto / Karen G. Schneider
  • Invasion of the pod people / Christine Rosen
  • Striking a balance / Marshall Breeding
  • Getting the goods / Buff Hirko
  • Where's wiki???
  • Sticky wikis / Paula Berinstein
  • Playing well with others / Kim Guenther
  • Caught in the webbing / Marshall Breeding
  • Defining findability / Peter Morville
  • Internet libraries
  • Ten tips for a better blog / Rebecca Blood
  • Blog beginnings / Rebecca Blood
  • The blog files / Lee Rainie
  • Coming soon : doing research with your cell phone / Scott Carlson
  • Digital library service for all / Lori Bell and Tom Peters
  • The future of e-books / Lynn Silipigni Connaway
  • iPods add wow factor / Michael Stephens
  • More on pod people / Sheri Crofts ... [et al.]
  • Wireless libraries and wireless communities : why? / Stephen Abram
  • IM the walrus / Aaron Schmidt and Michael Stephens
  • I am the very model of computerized librarian / Diane M. O'Keefe and Janet T. O'Keefe
  • Starting out / Abby Smith
  • Principles for good digital collections / Timothy W. Cole
  • Just say the word / Karen Coyle
  • Starting a digitization project / Collaborative digitization project
  • Technical infrastructure/image creation / Department of Preservation and Conservation, Cornell University Library
  • Factors to consider when choosing digital formats / Caroline Arms and Carl Fleischhauer
  • Digitization = access / Abby Smith
  • Going where the users are / Jeffrey Penka
  • Chatting it up / Buff Hirko
  • Making chat work better / Steve Coffman and Linda Arret
  • Copyright need-to-know basics / June Besek
  • Copyright terms and the public domain in the United States / Peter B. Hirtle
  • Why librarians care about copyright / Carol Henderson
  • Digitization is not preservation - at least not yet / Abby Smith
  • Thirteen ways of looking at digital preservation / Brian Lavoie and Lorcan Dempsey
  • Strategies for preserving digital content / Abby Smith
  • The key to LOCKSS : an interview with Victoria Reich, director, LOCKSS Program / Chris Ferguson
  • Reinventing the library / Geoffrey Freeman
  • The third law / Michèle V. Cloonan and John G. Dove
  • Keeping it open / Nancy Kranich
  • A modest proposal / Roy Tennant
  • Looking for bucks / Bill Becker
  • Getting the right stuff / Jill Ann Hurst
  • Tips for managing e-resources / Marilyn Geller.
ISBN
  • 0838909264 (alk. paper)
  • 9780838909263 (alk. paper)
LCCN
2006027498
OCLC
71126827
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