Digital Libraries by Fabrice Papy (ed.)

By Fabrice Papy (ed.)

Of significant curiosity to all librarians and data experts, this publication provides all facets of the results of digitization of latest and tomorrow's libraries. From social to technical concerns, Digital Libraries comprises chapters at the progress of the position of librarian, the reader adventure, cataloging, se's, OPAC, legislations, ergonomic stories, and the way forward for libraries.Content:
Chapter 1 the expansion of the function of Librarians and data officials in electronic Libraries (pages 1–14): Christian Lupovici
Chapter 2 The Tao of the electronic Library: A Library with no Librarian? (pages 15–31): Joachim Schopfel and Jacques Creusot
Chapter three The Reader confronted with a electronic Library: The adventure of the Pasteur Institute (pages 33–46): Emmanuelle Jannes?Ober
Chapter four collage scholars' details suggestions: From Institutional expectancies to genuine makes use of (pages 47–59): Marie Despres?Lonnet
Chapter five The electronic Spirit: electronic Libraries and Democracy (pages 61–82): Olivier Fressard
Chapter 6 having access to Library Catalogs within the Age of electronic Libraries and se's: Gaps, Disruptions and Transformation? (pages 83–102): Dominique Lahary
Chapter 7 Stakes and customers of Heuristic Visualization for OPAC Use (pages 103–121): Sophie Chauvin
Chapter eight 3D interplay for electronic Libraries (pages 123–143): Pierre Cubaud
Chapter nine utilizing aspects to categorise and entry electronic assets: thought and instance (pages 145–167): Michele Hudon
Chapter 10 electronic Libraries: the e-book of felony records on-line in the Info?mediation provider (pages 169–180): Fabien Girard De Barros
Chapter eleven What Scholarly and Pedagogic fabric is offered on-line for the digital person inside French Universities? (pages 181–194): Ghislaine Chartron and Marc Minon
Chapter 12 The Revel@Nice venture: the production and clients of a Pioneering website of on-line Periodicals and Journals (pages 195–209): Michel Roland
Chapter thirteen comparing the Use and clients of electronic magazine Libraries (pages 211–222): David Nicholas and Paul Huntington
Chapter 14 electronic Collections in Libraries: improvement and Continuity (pages 223–234): Helene Roussel
Chapter 15 Ergonomic criteria and the makes use of of electronic Libraries (pages 235–262): Nicole Lompre
Chapter sixteen A rfile info method in the college: From the Project's perception to its deploy (pages 263–284): Corinne Leblond
Chapter 17 Do Libraries Have a destiny in Academia? (pages 285–294): Robert Campbell

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In this case, acquiring knowledge and techniques of other professions will not be an advantage. Let us start by establishing the features of a digital library. It is mainly a new form of technology that is becoming an increasingly frequent phenomenon [FRA 90] and is based on the subdivision of tasks and the argument that digital libraries are highly efficient and increase productivity (return of investment). It is a model of production without any external control. To keep or regain the control over our work this new technology needs to be “tamed” and mastered in order for it to be used as a professional tool.

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Searching local data and external crawl data Local data or static web pages are classified locally and can be accessed using the Verity K2 search tool. A search entry looking for data that is classified within K2 is therefore translated into the programming language K2 with the help of a linking tool that has been developed by Qwam System. 3. Researching data from dynamic websites Searching sites such as PubMed or ISI web of knowledge relies on linking tools developed by Qwam System which enable the user to carry out the search directly on the website without having to worry about different programming languages used on different sites.

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