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Ann Apps and Ross MacIntyre describe the OpenURL Framework, both the original 'de facto' standard version 0.1, and the NISO standard Z39.88-2004, 'The OpenURL Framework for Context-Sensitive Services'. Various emerging novel uses of the OpenURL Framework are described. Evaluation studies indicate positive reader appreciation of OpenURL technology providing direct access to discovered articles. (Proceedings ELPUB2005 : The Ninth ICCC International Conference on Electronic Publishing.)
by Herbert Van de Sompel and Oren Beit-Arie. (D Lib Magazine 7(7/8) July/August 2001).
Gloria Rohmann says what's missing is a uniform, streamlined way for us to match users with resources they encounter in catalogs and information services. A solution based on the emerging OpenURL standard is now available. (RLG Focus June 2002 #56).
Kimberly Parker shares two pieces of practical advice for libraries that are considering OpenURL linking or are just at the beginning of implementation: 1) take those risks, and 2) advocate early and often. (RLG Focus June 2002 #56).
Web site devoted to the standard.
Description of the task of the committee, its members, with links to minutes of meetings. (June 2001)
by Herbert Van de Sompel and others. (May 2000).
This introduction to OpenURLs is the first in a series of articles on the subject by Ted Koppel. (TLC Online Newsletter 2004).
Ted Koppel writes about OpenURLs and link resolution. (TLC Online Newsletter October 2003)
by Andy Powell. (June 2001).
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