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This report by Diane Granfield describes a chat based reference services at the Ryerson University library, Canada. (May 2002)
Sayeed Choudhury et. al. provides an overview of evaluation studies for libraries, a brief introduction to the CAPM Project, a description of the theoretical background for the CAPM methodology and, finally, a discussion of the implementation of the methodology for the CAPM Project.
Volume 3(2) of Journal of Digital Information (JoDI) August 2002 is devoted to Chinese digital collections on the Web.
Project Counter wants an agreed international Code of Practice governing the recording and exchange of online usage data. It plans to produce Release 1 of an internationally agreed Code of Practice by the end of 2002, along with a plan for its ongoing imp
COUNTER has been developed to provide a single, international, extendible Code of Practice that allows the usage of online information products and services to be measured in a credible, consistent and compatible way using vendor-generated data. The COUNTER Code of Practice specifies: the data elements to be measured definitions of these data elements; usage report content, format, frequency and methods of delivery; protocols for combining usage reports from direct use and from use via intermediaries. The Code of Practice also provides guidelines for data processing by vendors and auditing protocols.
Arthur Sale describes the The University of Tasmania's decision to explore using a unified digital library for all its research output: journal articles, conference papers, higher degree theses, and other types. The paper describes the context, reasons for the University’s decision, consequences and outcomes, and the development of software to talk to the Australian Digital Theses Program. (First Monday 10(5) May 2005).
Instrumental to the promotion of the digital library research and development in Europe is the creation of the DELOS Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries. DELOS is an initiative funded by the European Commission's Information Society Technologies 5th Framework Programme (IST-FP5).
Thomas R. Kochtanek examines the origins and meanings of the term, then considers categories of DLs, explores challenges relating to DLs, and closes with opportunities for professional involvement. (Library Link August 2002)
This special issue of Policy Futures in Education 6(1) 2008, looks at the impact and use of digital libraries in education.
Documenting the digital library A database of policies, strategies, working papers, standards and other application guidelines, and technical documentation developed by the Digital Library Federation (DLF) members to inform or reflect upon their digital library development activities.
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