Marilyn Deegan

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Contents Editorial Advisory Board 2002/2003 vii About the contributors x Introduction xiv Parti In Praise of the Digital Revolution? 1 1 The spectrum of digital objects in the library and beyond 3 Marilyn Deegan 2 Digital versus print issues 26 Loma Peterson Part 2 Institutional Models and Finance 45 3 New models of the library in a digital era 47 Peter(More)
asking them if they would linguistically annotate some refugee material in time for a workshop at the beginning of February 2004. As Marilyn was particularly keen on keyword analysis, members of UCREL, 1 a cross-departmental research centre that specialises in the automatic/computer-aided analysis of large bodies of naturally occurring language, decided to(More)
In this lecture I reflect critically on my bookish experiences as a scholar from the perspective of humanities computing. I ask, how does a digitally adept scholar tend to relate to libraries and what might be extrapolated from this relation? The Web increasingly seems to be undermining the relation between scholar and library. Hence many have begun to(More)
Cultural heritage is one of the most significant goods that a country and a culture possesses. The Sudan is a country rich in artefacts that go back to the dawn of history: archaeological remains, art, manuscripts that date back to beginning of Islam, books, archival documents, documentary film, hundreds of thousands of hours of video, television and radio,(More)