Colleen Fallaw

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Print-based libraries use metadata (specifically MARC catalog records) for both bibliographic control and to support discovery through online public access catalogs. Depending on its accuracy, completeness, and detail, metadata can afford an aerial view of a collection's topical strengths, scope of coverage, and item-to-item relationships, but the view(More)
Bibliographic metadata standards are a longstanding mechanism for Digital Libraries to manage records and express relationships between them. As digital scholarship, particularly in the humanities, incorporates and manipulates these records in an increasingly direct manner, existing systems are proving insufficient for providing the underlying(More)
The HathiTrust Digital Library (HTDL) consists of digitized print materials contributed from the collections of some of the foremost research libraries of the world. The HTDL contains over 11 million volumes comprising approximately 3.9 billion pages. In this paper, we describe an exploratory bibliometric study to examine and characterize music-related(More)
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