Kristine R. Brancolini

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1. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES While many schools of library and information science (LIS) offer courses designed to prepare professionals for work in a digital library program, few, if any, do so in a systematic and comprehensive manner. To address this need, the Institute of Museum and Library Services funded several projects in 2004 as part of their " Librarians(More)
Gaining education and training in the field of Digital Libraries is a difficult prospect. Relevant courses and experiences are usually scattered among different programs and institutions. Often, course content does not include the necessary mix of the theoretical and practical treatment. The workshop is aimed at developers, researchers, educators, and(More)
ONEOF THE MOST IMPORTANT CHALLENGES facing digital library planners is the selection of research collections for digitization. The costs associated with creating digital resources are significant. Planners must develop selection criteria and procedures in order to ensure that limited time and resources are committed to projects to digitize the most(More)
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