Global Digital Library links

15 Feb 2001

D-Lib Forum and D-Lib Magazine

NSF Digital Libraries Initiative (a look at funded projects is instructive)

Re-inventing Scholarly Information Dissemination and Use (UC Berkeley)

Beyond the Beginning: The Global Digital Library (AN INTERNATIONAL conference organised by UKOLN ON BEHALF OF JISC, CNI, BLRIC, CAUSE and CAUL 16th and 17th JUNE 1997 at THE Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, UK)

Organizing the Global Digital Library II (OGDL II) and Naming Conventions (May 21-22, 1996 Library of Congress Washington, DC)

Global Digital Library: Community Informatics for Rural Development (a White Paper by Allan Baer, EcoSage Corporation August 2000)

GLOBAL DIGITAL LIBRARY: Technology Is Ready, How About Content?* (Ching-chih Chen Graduate School of Library and Information Science Simmons College)

Toward a worldwide digital library Association for Computing Machinery. Communications of the ACM New York Apr 1998

Building A Digital Library of the State of the Environment: Dealing with "Mission Impossible" in the Federal Government (Brand L. Niemann Digital Librarian & Computer Scientist Center for Environmental Information & Statistics U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (MS-2164))

Center for the Study of Digital Libraries (Texas A&M University)

Environmental Digital Library Project: Playa Lakes and the Ogallala Aquifer (Bill Johnson Arizona State University East Marina Oliver Texas Tech University)

Digital Libraries Resource Page (many links)

A Distributed Architecture for Resource Discovery Using Metadata (Michael Roszkowski and Christopher Lukas Internet Scout Project, Computer Sciences Department University of Wisconsin-Madison)


Digital Library Information Resources from Berkeley SunSITE

IEEE Computer Society Digital Library News (DLN) Archive

Digital Library Initiatives (H. Haddouti Bavarian Research Center For Knowledge-Based Systems (FORWISS))

Maryland Digital Libraray

Digital Library Vocabulary List from Drexel

The Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA, and Kent Ridge Digital Lab, Singapore, announce their intention to collaborate on digital library research topics including international content management and dissemination as well as scalable federated search techniques over high-speed networks.