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    • 2CUL Technical Services Integration (TSI) and the Shared LMS 

      LeBlanc, Jim (2013-11-05)
      The Columbia and Cornell University Libraries [or 2CUL] have entered into what they hope will be a transformative and enduring partnership focused on gaining efficiencies through collaborative workflows as well as providing ...
    • Abundance, Attention, and Access: Of Portals and Catalogs 

      Thomas, Sarah (Association of Research Libraries, 2000-10)
      The world's information resources are abundant, but time is a scarce commodity. The ideal discovery tool, therefore, is one which consults omnivorously, but which returns a selection of relevant results in rapid sequence. ...
    • Academic Business Library Statistics 

      Schnedeker, Donald (Haworth Press, 1997)
      This article reports on the 1994/95 College & University Business Library statistics survey.
    • Academic Business Library Statistics - Database Access 

      Schnedeker, Donald (Haworth Press, 1999)
      This article focuses on the database access information collected as part of the 1994/95 College & University Business Library statistics survey.
    • Academic Business Library Statistics, 1995/96 Update 

      Schnedeker, Donald (Haworth Press, 1998)
      this paper reports on the results of the College & University Business Library statistics survey conducted by the author.
    • Academic Business Library Statistics, 1997/98 

      Schnedeker, Donald (Haworth Press, 2000)
      this article reports on the results of the 1997/98 Academic Business Library statistics survey (formerly called the College & University Business Library statistics survey.
    • Academic Libraries and Data Curation: Mega-opp? 

      Steinhart, Gail (2010-05-24)
      Advances in computational capacity, the accelerating rate at which digital research data are accumulating, and the associated opportunities for new ways of doing data-driven research have brought increased attention to ...
    • The Accidental Producer: Using Hidden Talents to Extend Reference via Podcasts 

      Bussert, Kaila; Engle, Michael O.; Newberry, Susette (2008-03-13)
      The Accidental Producer: Using Hidden Talents to Extend Reference via Podcasts In June 2007, librarians from Cornell University's social sciences and humanities libraries launched a program to promote reference and other ...
    • Adding New Skills to our Skillset 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2007-07-09)
      Catalogers seeking more understanding of what kinds of new skills they need to develop to shift focus to metadata sometimes find the discussion daunting. This column identifies some issues around the development of technical ...
    • Addressing Mixed Granularity in Cross-Collection Searching 

      Kurth, Marty; (Young) Chandler, Sarah (2006-05-19)
      Presentation on searching across digital library collections of mixed granularity. Given at the Digital Library Federation Fall Forum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 17, 2001.
    • Advances in Scholarly Communication: Institutional Repositories 

      Rosenkrantz, Marcy E. (2006-03-15)
      How do you make your research available to the widest possible public? How do you and others in your field measure its influence? How do you preserve it for the future? This semester Mann library is offering a series of ...
    • Advancing Scholarship Through Library Collaboration 

      Thomas, Sarah (2005-08-23)
      This paper traces the history of library cooperation, from early attempts such as the Farmington Plan through successes in tech services and collection development, and from national to international cooperation. The author ...
    • After the Report: Reactions to "On The Record" 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (2008-07-16)
      Presentation at the American Association of Law Libraries annual meeting in Portland, OR, July 14, 2008.
    • Analyzing Metadata for Effective Use and Re-Use 

      Dushay, Naomi; Hillmann, Diane I. (Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, 2003-10)
      Using a commercially available visual graphical analysis tool, the National Science Digital Library (NSDL) has developed techniques to expedite evaluation of large batches of metadata. These techniques allow efficient and ...
    • Andrew Dickson White Library, Uris Library Historical Tour 

      Cornell University Library (2008-06-04)
      The Uris Library Historical Tour focuses on the library's history and showcases its noteworthy architecture, collections and artwork. Cornell's oldest library, now known as Uris Library, was built in 1891. Elements of the ...
    • Application Profiles: Exposing and Enforcing Metadata Quality 

      Hillmann, Diane I.; Phipps, Jon (2007)
      In this paper, we explore a range of issues yet to be addressed in the large-scale use of application profiles. While considerable attention has been paid to human-readable application profiles, there is a growing need ...
    • Archives or Assets? 

      Hirtle, Peter B. (2003-11-24)
      This paper discusses the nature of ownership of archival holdings, with special emphasis placed on issues of intellectual property, and the implications such ownership may have on the exploitation of those works. In order ...
    • Archivists and the TEACH Act 

      Hirtle, Peter B. (Society of American Archivists, 2003-05)
      A brief summary of the TEACH Act and its relevance to archives.
    • Arthur H. Dean Room, Uris Library Historical Tour 

      Cornell University Library (2008-06-04)
      The Uris Library Historical Tour focuses on the library's history and showcases its noteworthy architecture, collections and artwork. Cornell's oldest library, now known as Uris Library, was built in 1891. Elements of the ...
    • Article duplication in Emerald/MCB journals is more extensive than first reported: Possible conflicts of financial and functional interests are uncovered 

      Davis, Philip M. (ALA, 2005-06)
      Article duplication within Emerald/MCB publications is more extensive than first reported. It has now been identified in 73 journals spanning a period from 1975 to 2003. This letter will address updates to the initial ...