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025.04 Digital Librarian Annotated index of Internet resources, considered useful for librarians. An email notification service is provided for new additions to the service, and an alphabetical subject list facilitates browsing of the collection.


025.0 Exploring Charging Models for Digital Cultural Heritage Report of a study on behalf of the Andrew W Mellon Foundation investigating the underlying assumptions being made in the move from analog photographic services into the realm of digital capture and delivery. In particular, the report looks at how marketable, cost efficient and income-stable the new digital services and resources are in comparison with previous methods. Report is available in PDF and HTML formats.


020 Information Technology and Libraries Information Technology and Libraries publishes material related to all aspects of libraries and information technology, including digital libraries, metadata, authorisation and authentication, electronic journals and electronic publishing, telecommunications, distributed systems and networks, computer security and intellectual property rights, technical standards, geographic information systems, desktop applications, online catalogs and bibliographic systems, optical information systems, software engineering, universal access to technology, futuristic forecasting, library consortia, vendor relations, and technology and the arts.


025.0 Integrated Library System Reports Newsletter designed to assist information professionals with integrated online library system issues. Includes articles, reviews and press releases on current library system trends.


025 LASIE: Library Automated Systems Information Exchange Covers all aspects of information technology in libraries and information services. Contents and abstracts only.


025.0 Library Technology Guides Information about library resources covering Web pages, online catalogues, product suppliers, trends in automation, and a bibliographic database of related literature.


025.0 Libsoft: Software for Librarians List Libsoft is a mailing list devoted to discussing software of particular interest to librarians.


025.0 Open Source Option Discusses the use of Open Source software in libraries and assesses the pros and cons of such technology. Offers guidelines for librarians to use when considering whether it is appropriate to implement an open source solution over a commercial alternative.


020 Program Publishes material on all aspects of the management and use of information technology in libraries and archives, museums and galleries, information centres, and the information industry generally. The automation of library and information services, the storage and retrieval of all forms of information, and the delivery of information to end users are primary interests. Program is also concerned with database design and management, techniques for storing and distributing information, networking and communications technology, the Internet, user interface design, the procurement of systems, user training and support, and system evaluation.


025.0 Redesigning Library Services: A Manifesto Searchable full text of a 1992 book about changing library services, and the uses of technology in the redesigning process. Chapter titles include The Paper Library, the Automated Library, and The Electronic Library.


025.0 TechWatch: Technology and Standards Watch Helps keep track of developments in information and communications technologies that might have high impact on the core business of future further and higher education.


025.04 Universal Dataflow and Telecommunications Series on Data Communication Technologies and Standards for Libraries Topics covered by the reports include electronic document delivery, open systems and electronic data interchange.


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