Quest Across the Digital Divide to Save the Slavic Manuscripts
In a quest to save medieval
manuscripts from the ravages of time, this librarian traveled to Bulgaria
to digitize them and put their images on CDs. There were many issues to
consider in her battle to preserve these unique collections. You can experience
her journey through this article.
by Tatiana Nikolova-Houston
Managing Digital Assets at the Exploratorium
Over the years, this
science museum has amassed a wealth of multimedia resources, from field
trip guides to concert audiotapes and photographs of its exhibits. Here's
how its library is bringing these treasures into the light, both for its
own archives and for public access.
by Rosemarie E. Falanga
|How We Set Up
Enterprisewide Access to Our Laboratory Notebooks
In order to interactively
track lab notebooks and provide direct access to users globally, this librarian
from Dow AgroSciences used EOSi's Q Series software to index scientists'
notebooks and make them searchable from a database. In this article, she
explains how she did it.
by Margaret Bell
How Technology and
Planning Saved My Library at Ground Zero
Only blocks from the
World Trade Center towers, The Borough of Manhattan Community College's
library lost electricity and phone service on 9/11, and had to remain closed
for 3 weeks. Read the account of courageous librarians who kept library
services and information available online.
by Sidney Eng
View from the Top Left Corner
Governor Axes State Library
by Michael Schuyler
And What of Special Collections in
the Digital Library?
by Janet L. Balas
Black, White, and Shades of Gray (Literature)
on the Web
by Andrew K. Pace
An Evolution in Content
by Donna Stevenson
by Kathy Dempsey
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