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  • Conference program: Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities 

    Unknown author (Cornell University Library, 2013-10-14)
    Conference program web page for the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities held the November 8, 2008, at Cornell University.
  • Panel discussion remarks 

    Potter, Peter (2009-03-16)
    Potter's introductory comments in the context of the panel discussion, "Publishing Crisis, Institutional Perspectives," given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Panel discussion remarks 

    Hohendahl, Peter U. (2009-03-16)
    Hohendahl's introductory comments in the context of the panel discussion, "Publishing Crisis, Institutional Perspectives," given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Panel discussion remarks 

    Sakai, Naoki (2009-03-16)
    Sakai's introductory comments in the context of the panel discussion, "Publishing Crisis, Institutional Perspectives," given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Response to Milad Doueihi 

    Lewis, Philip (2009-03-05)
    Lewis's response to Milad Doueihi's paper, "Digital Objecthood and Scholarly Publishing," given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Digital Objecthood and Scholarly Publishing 

    Doueihi, Milad (2009-03-04)
    Doueihi's paper given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Response to John Guillory, "How Scholars Read" 

    Mann, Jenny (2009-03-04)
    Mann's response to John Guillory's paper, "How Scholars Read," given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Works Cited ("How We Think") 

    Hayles, N. Katherine (2009-03-04)
    List of works cited in Hayles's paper "How We Think: The Transforming Power of Digital Technologies," given November 7, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Reconceptualizing Archives and Scholarly Editions 

    Waters, Donald J. (2009-03-04)
    Waters's paper given November 8, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • How We Think: The Transforming Power of Digital Technologies 

    Hayles, N. Katherine (2009-03-04)
    Hayles's paper given November 7, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • Response to the Opening Paper by Lindsay Waters 

    Arms, William Y. (2009-02-20)
    Arms's response to Lindsay Waters's paper, "Cognition in the Wild: Networks, Criticism and Crisis," given November 7, 2008, at the Forum on Academic Publishing in the Humanities.
  • CADSL: China Archives of Digital Scientific Literature Initiatives 

    Zhang, Xiaolin (2006-10-27)
    Dr. Zhang will present the China Archives of Digital Scientific Literature (CADSL) Initiative, proposed to the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, as the result of a feasibility study by the National Science and ...
  • A Dynamic Solution for Electronic Records: The National Archives and Records Administration's Electronic Records Archives 

    Thibodeau, Kenneth (2006-10-27)
    After a year long design competition, in September 2005 the National Archives and Records Administration awarded to Lockheed Martin Corporation a contract valued at $308 million to develop and operate the Electronic Records ...
  • Digital Preservation in the UK 

    Thomas, David (2006-10-27)
    The UK scene -- David Thomas will focus on the Seamless Flow programme being undertaken at the National Archives of the UK. This is an ambitious plan to develop a fully comprehensive digital preservation service for the ...
  • Web Archive Switzerland 

    Signori, Barbara (2006-10-27)
    Web Archive Switzerland is a pilot project undertaken in collaboration with the Swiss Cantonal libraries as part of the e-Helvetica Project at the Swiss National Library (SNL). The mission of the SNL and the Swiss Cantonal ...
  • Virtualisation of Simple Scientific Data Objects 

    Rankin, Stephen; Giaretta, David; Crothers, Steve; McIlwrath, Brian; Dunckley, Matt (2006-10-27)
    Virtualisation of Simple Scientific Data Objects.Capturing OAIS defined representation information in a standardised way is critical for the preservation and future reuse of scientific data. The structure of a scientific ...
  • Towards a Preservation Content Model for Numeric Data Collections: PREMIS and FEDORA 

    Gewirtz, David; Gano, Gretchen (2006-10-27)
    A Preservation Model for Social Science Numeric Data Collections: PREMIS and FEDORA. This session will outline the workflow associated with migrating social science data collections into FEDORA, focusing on the implementation ...
  • Preservation Metadata: Adapting or Adopting PREMIS for APSR 

    Lee, Bronwyn; Clifton, Gerard; Langley, Somaya (2006-10-27)
    Preservation metadata requirements for repositories: a project of the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR) -- APSR aims to establish a centre of excellence in sustainable digital resource management ...
  • Preserving Things that Count: Exploring partnerships among domain specific repositories, institutional repositories, and social science researchers 

    Green, Ann; Gutmann, Myron (2006-10-27)
    In developing and debating digital repositories, the digital library world has devoted more attention to their missions and roles in supporting access to and stewardship of academic research output than to discussing ...
  • Digital Data Preservation and Curation: A Collaboration Among Libraries, Publishers, and the Virtual Observatory 

    Hanisch, Robert; Steffen, Julie; Choudhury, Sayeed; DiLauro, Tim; Szalay, Alex; Vishniac, Ethan; Milkey, Robert; Plante, Ray (2006-10-27)
    Digital Data Preservation and Curation: A Collaboration Among Libraries, Publishers, and the Virtual Observatory. Astronomers are producing and analyzing data at ever more prodigious rates. NASA's Great Observatories, ...

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