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A Guide to Distributed Digital Preservation By Katherine Skinner, Matt Schultz
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This volume is devoted to the broad topic of distributed digital preservation, a still-emerging field of practice for the cultural memory arena. Replication and distribution hold out the promise of... More > indefinite preservation of materials without degradation, but establishing effective organizational and technical processes to enable this form of digital preservation is daunting. Institutions need practical examples of how this task can be accomplished in manageable, low-cost ways. This guide is written with a broad audience in mind that includes librarians, archivists, scholars, curators, technologists, lawyers, and administrators. Readers may use this guide to gain both a philosophical and practical understanding of the emerging field of distributed digital preservation, including how to establish or join a network.< Less
Proceedings of DigCCurr2009: Digital Curation: Practice, Promise, and Prospects By Helen R. Tibbo et al.
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DigCCurr2009 was held on April 1-3, 2009 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina as part of the Preserving Access to Our Digital Future: Building an International Digital Curation Curriculum (DigCCurr)... More > project. DigCCurr is a three-year (2006-2009), Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)-funded project to develop a graduate-level curricular framework, course modules, and experiential components to prepare students for digital curation in various environments. Contributions to DigCCurr2009 take the form of long and short papers, posters and panels. Potential contributions were submitted for peer review by a rich and diverse panel of international experts. Reviewers evaluated the submissions based on clarity and organization of presentation and writing; originality, creativity and potential for new contributions to the field; and engagement (topics addressed would be appropriate for and engaging to the diverse audience of DigCCurr2009 participants).< Less
Proceedings of DigCCurr2009: Digital Curation: Practice, Promise, and Prospects By Helen R. Tibbo et al.
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DigCCurr2009 was held on April 1-3, 2009 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina as part of the Preserving Access to Our Digital Future: Building an International Digital Curation Curriculum (DigCCurr)... More > project. DigCCurr is a three-year (2006-2009), Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)-funded project to develop a graduate-level curricular framework, course modules, and experiential components to prepare students for digital curation in various environments. Contributions to DigCCurr2009 take the form of long and short papers, posters and panels. Potential contributions were submitted for peer review by a rich and diverse panel of international experts. Reviewers evaluated the submissions based on clarity and organization of presentation and writing; originality, creativity and potential for new contributions to the field; and engagement (topics addressed would be appropriate for and engaging to the diverse audience of DigCCurr2009 participants).< Less
Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography: 2008 Annual Edition By Charles Bailey
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The Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography presents selected English-language articles, books, and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic... More > publishing efforts on the Internet. Most sources have been published between 1990 and 2008; however, a limited number of key sources published prior to 1990 are also included. Peter Jacso said in ONLINE (vol. 27, no. 3 2003, pp. 73-76): "SEP is compiled with utter professionalism. It reminds me of the work of the best artisans who know not only every item that leaves their workshops, but each component used to create them—providing the ideal quality control. . . . The selection of items is impeccable. I have yet to find journal articles irrelevant to the scope of the bibliography. SEP could be used as a benchmark in evaluating abstracting/indexing databases that proudly claim to have coverage of electronic publishing, but do not come close to SEP."< Less
Reuse of Learning Objects in Context - Human and Technical aspects By Allard Strijker
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The book describes issues related to the reuse of learning objects and the implementation of learning technology standards for reuse of these learning objects in different contexts (university,... More > commercial, and military) and the human and technical aspects involved. Learning objects are defined as digital entities, available for use or reuse in different learning settings. Human aspects relate to motivation for reuse, organizational incentives, and applied learning scenarios. Technical aspects related to reuse of learning objects include the development of objects, repositories, services of repositories, and technology to exchange learning objects. The research identified dimensions related to use of learning technology standards for reuse such as organizational cultures, learning scenarios, incentives for reuse, work processes, and how learning objects are stored.< Less
Reuse of Learning Objects in Context - Human and Technical aspects By Allard Strijker
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The book describes issues related to the reuse of learning objects and the implementation of learning technology standards for reuse of these learning objects in different contexts (university,... More > commercial, and military) and the human and technical aspects involved. Learning objects are defined as digital entities, available for use or reuse in different learning settings. Human aspects relate to motivation for reuse, organizational incentives, and applied learning scenarios. Technical aspects related to reuse of learning objects include the development of objects, repositories, services of repositories, and technology to exchange learning objects. The research identified dimensions related to use of learning technology standards for reuse such as organizational cultures, learning scenarios, incentives for reuse, work processes, and how learning objects are stored.< Less
Multi-Literacies By Rachel Hicks
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The public library has long served as a repository of free resources for communities; however, the design has always focused on the book. As new technologies quickly develop and books become... More > obsolete, libraries should be designed with a new focus: the user. Historically, literacy is defined in terms of language and reading comprehension. What if there were other types, such as digital literacy or visual literacy, which certain people were naturally skilled at? What if new literacies could be defined every few years? And how can architecture—which is intended to last 50 to 100 years—stay relevant and adaptable to technology that is updated on an almost daily basis, but still serve as a symbolic place for a community? The question becomes: How do architects develop a design process geared to self-guided and interactive community learning, whose value is its ability to adapt to unpredictable change? Will the library of the future be considered a “Library” anymore?< Less