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Institutional Repositories: Essential Infrastructure For Scholarship In The Digital Age
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In the fall of 2002, something extraordinary occurred in the continuing networked information revolution, shifting the dynamic among individually driven innovation, institutional progress, and the evolution of disciplinary scholarly practices. Expand
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Big data: How do your data grow?
Scientists need to ensure that their results will be managed for the long haul. Maintaining data takes big organization, says Clifford Lynch. In Nature this week, features and opinion pieces on oneExpand
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Fostering Learning in the Networked World: The Cyberlearning Opportunity and Challenge. A 21st Century Agenda for the National Science Foundation
Author(s): Borgman, Christine L.; Abelson, Hal; Dirks, Lee; Johnson, Roberta; Koedinger, Kenneth R.; Linn, Marcia C.; Lynch, Clifford A.; Oblinger, Diana G.; Pea, Roy D.; Salen, Katie; Smith,Expand
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The Battle to Define the Future of the Book in the Digital World
  • C. Lynch
  • Computer Science
  • First Monday
  • 4 June 2001
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This paper examines competing visions for the future of the book in the digital environment, with particular attention to questions about the social implications of controls over intellectual property, such as continuity of cultural memory. Expand
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Digital Collections, Digital Libraries and the Digitization of Cultural Heritage Information
  • C. Lynch
  • History, Computer Science
  • First Monday
  • 6 May 2002
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This paper is based on the transcript of a largely extemporaneous keynote address given at the Web-Wise 2002 Conference on March 20, 2002 at Johns Hopkins University. Expand
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The Warwick Framework: A Container Architecture for Aggregating Sets of Metadata
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We describe a result of the June 1996 Warwick Metadata II Workshop. Expand
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Searching the Internet
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Where Do We Go From Here? The Next Decade for Digital Libraries
  • C. Lynch
  • Computer Science
  • D Lib Mag.
  • 1 July 2005
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Digital libraries' roots can be traced back to 1965 when Libraries of the Future by J. C. Licklider was beginning to imagine a world of broad access to knowledge. Expand
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