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    • Looking Back - Looking Forward: Reflections of a Transitional Librarian 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      It has been just ten years since OCLC Senior Research Scientist Stuart Weibel brought together the "geeks, freaks and people in sensible shoes" for the first Dublin Core workshop in 1995. Those ten years have broadened our ...
    • The History and Current State of Digital Preservation in the United States 

      Hirtle, Peter B. (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      The world of information is becoming ever more digital. While advances in information technology have undeniable advantages, they also pose significant threats to the long-term accessibility of information. Digital information ...
    • The Quest for Electronic Resource Management Standards and Tools 

      Chandler, Adam (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      Libraries and vendors face significant challenges in the new digital publishing environment. One of these challenges is to manage the information and workflows necessary to acquire and provide access to electronic resources. ...
    • The Online Catalog as Data Repository 

      Rupp, Nathan (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      This essay will discuss the changing roles and work done by technical services professionals and the ways in which they can develop the skills needed for these new roles and opportunities. While catalogers needed to have ...
    • The Core Historical Literature Approach for Selection for Digitial Imaging 

      Paulson, Joy (CIP (CU Library Iniatives in Publishing), 2008)
      The Core Historical Literature Approach is based on the principle that effective preservation plans should focus on a specific discipline as a whole rather than on the holdings of an individual library and features the ...