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A 25 Year Retrospective on D-Lib Magazine

@article{Nelson2020A2Y,
  title={A 25 Year Retrospective on D-Lib Magazine},
  author={Michael L. Nelson and H. V. D. Sompel},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.11680}
}
  • Michael L. Nelson, H. V. D. Sompel
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • In July, 1995 the first issue of D-Lib Magazine was published as an on-line, HTML-only, open access magazine, serving as the focal point for the then emerging digital library research community. In 2017 it ceased publication, in part due to the maturity of the community it served as well as the increasing availability of and competition from eprints, institutional repositories, conferences, social media, and online journals – the very ecosystem that D-Lib Magazine nurtured and enabled. As… CONTINUE READING

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