Friday, March 18, 2005

Digital Libraries

Here are some references for my latest paper on digital libraries:


Borgman, Christine L. (1999). What are digital libraries? Competing Visions. Information Processing and Management, 35, 227-243.

Creative Commons. Licenses Explained. Retrieved March 14, 2005, from Creative Commons Website:

Ginsburg, Jane C. (1993). Copyright Without Walls?: Speculations on Literary Property in the Library of the Future. Representations, 42(Special Issue: Future Libraries), 53-73.

Kahle, Brewster. (Lecturer). (2004, December 13). Universal Access to Knowledge [Television broadcast]. Washington, D.C: CSPAN. Retrieved March 7, 2005, from C-SPAN web site:

Library of Congress. (2005). Challenges to Building an Effective Digital Library. Retrieved January 29, 2005, from Library of Congress Digital Library Initiatives Web site: http:/​/​​ammem/​dli2/​html/​cbedl.html

Levy, David M. (2001). Scrolling Forward: Making Sense of Documents in a Digital Age. New York: Arcade Publishing.

Miksa, Francis. (1996). The Cultural Legacy of the "Modern Library" for the Future. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 37(2), 100-119.

Olden, Anthony. (1987). Sub-Saharan Africa and the Paperless Society. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 38(4), 298-304.

Sellen, & Harper. (2003). The Myth of the Paperless Office. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Smith, Brian Cantwell. (Lecturer). (2005, January 31). And Is All This Stuff Really Digital After All? [Television broadcast]. Washington, D.C: C-SPAN. Retrieved March 7, 2005, from C-SPAN Web site:

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