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Editorial
Controversy first: since digital curation and preservation are extremely interdisciplinary, bringing together people from widely different backgrounds, it is not surprising that terminology clashesExpand
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Towards the Hybrid Library
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Achievements in research programs are seldom what was envisaged at the start. Expand
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The International Journal of Digital Curation
This paper presents the SCOPE (Scientific Compound Object Publishing and Editing) system which is designed to enable scientists to easily author, publish and edit scientific compound objects.Expand
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The Digital Curation Centre: a vision for digital curation
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We describe the aims and aspirations for the Digital Curation Centre (DCC), the UK response to the realisation that digital information is both essential and fragile. Expand
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The Electronic Libraries Programme
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This programme has as its objectives the use of IT to improve delivery of information, allow academic libraries to cope better with growth, explore different models of intellectual property management, and encourage new methods of scholarly publishing. Expand
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Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow: Poor Players on the Digital Curation Stage
Book chapter from Digital Convergence - Libraries of the Future Earnshaw, Rae; Vince, John (Eds.) 2008, XXXII, 416 p. ISBN: 978-1-84628-902-6
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Excuse Me... ¿Some Digital Preservation Fallacies?
“Back to the Electronic Libraries Programme, what were some of my favourite projects (I won’t say best; this is definitely a subjective list)? The project of greatest personal satisfaction for me isExpand
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Towards the Hybrid Library: Developments in UK Higher Education
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The real world in which information professionals struggle to provide high quality services is not the simple world of most so-called digital library services, but rather is characterised by complexity and diversity in almost all aspects of the information access chain. Expand
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Century‐of‐Information Research (CIR): A Strategy for Research and Innovation in the Century of Information
  • The E‐Science Directors' Forum Strategy Working Gr, M. Atkinson, +16 authors P. Watson
  • Economics
  • 1 March 2009
Abstract More data will be produced in the next five years than in the entire history of human kind, a digital deluge that marks the beginning of the Century of Information. Through a year‐longExpand
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