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4C Project (2015). Investing in Curation: A Shared Path to Sustainability. Available online.

Abbott, Jennifer & Sandberg, Tami (June 1, 2014). Going WILD for Drupal. Computers in Libraries, 34(4), 13-16.

Abrams, Stephen (2015). A Foundation Framework for Digital Curation: The Sept Domain Model. Presented at iPRES 2015, The 12th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects, Chapel Hill, November 2-6, 2015.

ACRL (March 2015). Environmental Scan 2015. Available online.

ALA (April 2015). The State of America’s Libraries: A Report from the American Library Association 2015. American Libraries. Special Issue.

Albertson, D. (2015), Visual information seeking. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66: 1091–1105.

Albertson, Dan & Ju, Boryung (2015). Design criteria for video digital libraries: Categories of important features emerging from users’ responses. Online Information Review, 39(2), 214-228.

Anderson, Sean & Northam, Adam (April 2015). Making Your Popcorn and Enjoying It Too. Computers in Libraries, 35(4), 20-23.

Arndt, Theresa (2015). Chapter 1. In, Getting started with demand-driven acquisitions for e-books ALA Editions. 

Assante, Massimiliano, Candela, Leonardo, Castelli, Donatella, Manghi, Paolo, and Pagano, Pasquale (January/February 2015). Science 2.0 repositories: time for a change in scholarly communication. D-Lib Magazine, 21(1/2). Available online.

Atkins, Winston, Goethals, Andrea, Kussmann, Carol, Phillips, Meg, Vardigan, Mary (December 2013). Staffing for Effective Digital Preservation. An NDSA Report. Available online.

Babeu, Alison (August 2011). ‘Rome Wasn’t Digitized in a Day’: Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Classics. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Bailey, Charles W., Jr. (July 1, 2015). Research Data Curation Bibliography. Houston: Digital Scholarship. Available online.

Baker, David P., and Evans, Wendy (eds.) (2013). Chandos Digital Information Review : Trends, Discovery, and People in the Digital Age. Jordon Hill, GBR: Chandos Publishing. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Baker, David P., and Evans, Wendy (2013). Chandos Information Professional Series : Handbook of Digital Library Economics : Operations, Collections and Services. Jordon Hill, GBR: Chandos Publishing. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Beagrie, Neil (2013). Technology Watch Report 13-4:Preservation, Trust and Continuing Access for E-Journals. Digital Preservation Coalition.

Becker, C. and Rauber, A. (2011), Decision criteria in digital preservation: What to measure and how. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62: 1009–1028. 

Bell, Steven J. (July 2014). Staying true to the core: designing the future academic library experience. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 14(3), 369-382.

Besser, Howard (2013). Archiving Aggregates of Individually Created Digital Content: Lessons from Archiving the Occupy Movement. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 42(1), 31-37.

Bishoff, Liz & Smith, Carissa (March/April 2015). Managing digital collections survey results. D-Lib Magazine, 21(3/4). Available online.

Bontcheva, Kalina, Kieniewicz, Johanna, & Wallis, Michael (January/February 2015). Semantic enrichment and search: a case study on environmental science literature. D-Lib Magazine, 21(1/2). Available online.

Baracho, Renata Maria Abrantes & Cendon, Beatriz Valadares (2012). An image based retrieval system for engineering drawings. In D.R. Neal, Knowledge and Information: Indexing and Retrieval of Non-Text Information. Water de Gruyter. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Breeding, Marshall (February 2015). The Future of Library Resource Discovery. A white paper commissioned by the NISO Discovery to Delivery (D2D) Topic Committee. Available online.

Breeding, Marshall (January 2015). Selection strategies for strategic library technologies. Computers in Libraries, 35(1), 23-27.

Breeding, Marshall (December 1, 2014). Library technology forecast 2015 and beyond. Computers in Libraries, 34(10), 22-24.

Breeding, Marshall (November 1, 2014). Ongoing challenges in digitization. Computers in Libraries, 34(9), 16-18.

Breeding, Marshall (May 1, 2014). Strengthening engagement with virtual visitors. Computers in Libraries, 34(4), 19-21.

Brown, H. (2013). The Interconnected Web: A Paradigm for Managing Digital Preservation. World Digital Libraries, 6(1), 1-12.

Brylawski, Sam, Lerman, Maya, Pike, Robin, Smith, Kathlin (eds.) (2015). ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Calhoun, Karen (2014). Exploring Digital Libraries: Foundations, Practice, Prospects. ALA Neal-Schuman.

Capiel, Gerardo (Winter 2014). Born accessible. The Journal of Electronic Publishing, 17(1). Available online.

Castelli, D., Manghi, P., & Thanos, C. (2013). A vision towards Scientific Communication Infrastructures: On bridging the realms of Research Digital Libraries and Scientific Data Centers. International Journal On Digital Libraries, 13(3/4), 155-169.

Caswell, Thomas R. (January 2015). Unearthing strategic partnerships. Computers in Libraries, 35(1), 4-10.

Cataldo, Tara Tobin & Leonard, Michelle (Spring 2015). E-STEM: Comparing aggregator and publisher e-book platforms. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship. Available online.

CCSDS (2012). Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS).

Chang, Julian, Zhang, Wenxian, and Alon, Ilan (eds.) (2014). Library Hi Tech, Volume 32 : Structuring the digital domain. Bradford, GBR: Emerald Insight. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Chowdhury, Gobinda (2014). Sustainability of digital libraries: a conceptual model and a research framework. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 14, 181-195.

Cohen, Steve (Winter/Spring 2013). Shifting questions: new paradigms for oral history in a digital world. Oral History Review, 40(1), 154-167.

Collier, Mel, ed. (2010). Business Planning for Digital Libraries : International Approaches. Leuven, BEL: Leuven University Press. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Conway, Martha O’Hara & Proffitt, Merrilee (2015). Taking stock and making hay: archival collections assessment. In OCLC Research, Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible, 17-38. Available online.

Copeland, A. (2015). Public Library: A Place for the Digital Community Archive. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 44(1), 12-21.

Copeland, A. J. (2011), Analysis of public library users' digital preservation practices. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 62: 1288–1300.

Copeland, Andrea J. & Barreau, Deborah (Spring 2011). Helping people to manage and share their digital information: a role for public libraries. Library Trends, 59(4), 637-649.

Corrado, Edward M. & Moulaison, Healther Lea (2014). Digital Preservation for Libraries, Archives, and Museums. Rowman & Littlefield.

Costantino, G., Crowley, B., Morin, R., & Thomas, E. (2011). Heeding the Call: User Feedback Management and the Digital Library. Microform & Digitization Review, 40(4), 146-157.

Cushing, A. L. (2013), “It's stuff that speaks to me”: Exploring the characteristics of digital possessions. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 64: 1723–1734. 

Cunningham, S. J. (2011), Children in the physical collection: Implications for the digital library. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 48: 1–10.

Das, P. (2013). Promoting Online Databases/Electronic Resources: A Practical Experience. World Digital Libraries, 6(1), 37-48.

DeCesare, Julie A. (2014). Streaming Video Resources for Teaching, Learning, and Research. ALA TechSource.

Delve, Janet & Anderson, David (eds.) (2014). Preserving complex digital objects. Facet Publishing, UK.

Dempsey, Lorcan, Malpas, Constance, & Lovoie, Brian (July 2014). Collection directions: the evolution of library collections and collecting. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 14(3), 393-423.

Dempsey, Lorcan (2015). Introduction: rules and roles. In N. Allen (ed.), New Roles for the Road Ahead: Essays Commissioned for ARCL’s 75th Anniversary. ACRL.

Dempsey, Lorcan (2015b). A new information management landscape: from outside-in to inside-out. In N. Allen (ed.), New Roles for the Road Ahead: Essays Commissioned for ARCL’s 75th Anniversary. ACRL.

DeRidder, Jody L. & Matheny, Kathryn (July/August 2014). What do researchers need? feedback on use of online primary source materials. D-Lib Magazine, 20(7/8). Available online.

DeSanto, D. (2011). The mobile future of place-based digital collections. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 38: 10–13. 

Digital Libraries. Wikiversity. Available: http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Digital_Libraries

Digital Preservation Coalition (2008). Preservation Management of Digital Materials: The Handbook. Available: http://www.dpconline.org/advice/preservationhandbook

Digital Public Library of America (2015). Strategic Plan 2015-2017. Available online.

Dobreva, Milena & Ivacs, Gabriella (eds.) (2014). Digital Archives: Management, Use and Acces. Facet Publishing, UK.

Downey, Kay, Zhang, Yin, Urbano, Cristóbal, & Klingler, Tom (January 1, 2014). KSUL: An evaluation of patron-driven acquisitions for ebooks. Computers in Libraries, 34(1), 10-14.

Downs, Robert R., Duerr, Ruth, Hills, Denise J. & Ramapriyan, H.K. (July/August 2015). Data stewardship in earth sciences. D-Lib Magazine, 21(7/8). Available: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/july15/downs/07downs.html

Engle, Erin (2013). Hosting a Personal Digital Archiving Day Event. ALCTS Webinar. Available online.

English, James (Winter 2015). Library simplified. The Journal of Electronic Publishing, 18(1). Available online.

Fast, K., & Sedig, K. (2010). Interaction and the epistemic potential of digital libraries. International Journal On Digital Libraries, 11(3), 169-207.

Fenlon, K., Senseney, M., Green, H., Bhattacharyya, S., Willis, C. and Downie, J. S. (2014), Scholar-built collections: A study of user requirements for research in large-scale digital libraries. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 51: 1–10.

Fister, Barbara (2015). Creating common ground. In N. Allen (ed.), New Roles for the Road Ahead: Essays Commissioned for ARCL’s 75th Anniversary. ACRL.

Foley, Catherine (Spring 2014). Developing materials for a digital library gallery. Islamic Africa, 5(1), 83-90.

Fong, Grace S. (Fall 2014). Ming Qing women’s writings: a digital archive and database of women’s literature and history in late imperial China. Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, 33(2), 217-225.

Foster, Allen & Rafferty (2016). Managing Digital Cultural Objects: Analysis, Discovery and Retrieval. ALA Editions.

Fox, Edward A. (2011a). Guidelines and Resources for Teaching Digital Libraries. JCDL 2011 Tutorial. PowerPoint Presentation. Available: Google Docs.

Fox, Edward A., Yang, Seungwon, Ewers, John, Wildemuth, Barbara, Pomerantz, Jeffrey P., Oh, Sanghee (2011b). 1-a (10-c): Digital Library Curriculum Development Module. Collaborative Research: Curriculum Development: Digital Libraries. Available: http://curric.dlib.vt.edu/modDev/modules/DL_1-a_2011-05-11.pdf

Fox, Edward A., Yang, Seungwon, Ewers, John, Wildemuth, Barbara, Pomerantz, Jeffrey P., Oh, Sanghee (2011c). Module 2c-8d: File Formats, Transformation, and Migration. Collaborative Research: Curriculum Development: Digital Libraries. Available: http://curric.dlib.vt.edu/modDev/modules/DL_2-c_2009-10-09.pdf

Fox, Edward A., Yang, Seungwon, Ewers, John, Wildemuth, Barbara, Pomerantz, Jeffrey P., Oh, Sanghee (2011d). Module 3-b: Digitization. Collaborative Research: Curriculum Development: Digital Libraries. Available: http://curric.dlib.vt.edu/modDev/modules/DL_3-b_2009-10-07.pdf

Fox, Edward A., Yang, Seungwon, Ewers, John, Wildemuth, Barbara, Pomerantz, Jeffrey P., Oh, Sanghee (2011e). Module 4-b: Metadata. Collaborative Research: Curriculum Development: Digital Libraries. Available: http://curric.dlib.vt.edu/modDev/modules/DL_4-b_2009-10-07.pdf

Fox, Edward A., Goncalves, Marcos Andre, Shen, Rae (2012). Theoretical Foundations for Digital Libraries: The 5S (Societies, Scenarios, Spaces, Structures, Streams) Approach. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services. Morgan & Claypool Publishers.

Fox, Edward A., Torres, Ricardo da Silva (2014). Digital Library Technologies: Complex Objects, Annotation, Ontologies, Classification, Extraction, and Security. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services. Morgan & Claypool Publishers. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Fox, Edward A. & Leidig, Jonathan (2014). Digital Libraries Applications: CBIR, Education, Social Networks, eScience/Simulation, and GIS. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services. Morgan & Claypool Publishers. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Frank, R. D. and Yakel, E. (2013), Disaster planning for digital repositories. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 50: 1–10.

Gaiters, David (2011). Advanced Digital Preservation. Springer Science & Business.

Garmer, Amy K. (2014). Rising to the Challenge: Re-Envisioning Public Libraries. Available online.

Gartner, Richard & Lavoie, Brian (2013). Technology Watch Report 13-3: Preservation Metadata (2nd edition). Digital Preservation Coalition.

Gaustad, Lars (2012). Choices for Preservation of Moving Image Material. Microform & Digitization Review, 41(3/4), 105-107.

Georgitis, Nathan (January-April 2015). A case study in folklore archives management: the Randall V. Mills Archives of Northwest Folklore at the University of Oregon. Journal of Folklore Research, 52(1), 85-98.

Gill, Tony, Gilliland, Anne J., Whalen, Maureen, & Woodley, Mary S. (2008). Introduction to Metadata. Online Edition, Version 3.0. Available online. Also, available as PDF.

Gladney, Henry (2007). Preserving Digital Information. Springer Science & Business Media.

Goncalves, Marcos Andre, Fox, Edward A., Watson, Layne T., Kipp, Neill, A. (April 2004). Streams, Structures, Spaces, Scenarios, Societies (5S): A Formal Model for Digital Libraries. ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS), 22(2), 270-312.

Green, Harriett E. & Courtney, Angela (July 2015). Beyond the scanned image: a needs assessment of scholarly users of digital collections. College & Research Libraries, 76(5), 690-707.

Green, Lucy Santos & Jones, Stephanie (March 1, 2014). Instructional partners in digital library learning. Knowledge Quest, 42(4), E11-E17.

Gregory, Lisa & Williams, Stephanie (July/August 2014). One being a hub: some details behind providing metadata for the Digital Public Library of America. D-Lib Magazine, 20(7/8). Available online.

Hales, Alma & Attwell, Bernadette (2016). The No-Nonsense Guide to Copyright in All Media. Facet Publishing, UK.

Hanlon, Ann & Ramirez, Marisa (April 2011). Asking for permission: a survey of copyright workflows for institutional repositories. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 11(2), 683-702.

Hansen, Jens Hofman (2012). How to Make Digital Objects Available to Library Users in a Sustainable Way. Microform & Digitization Review, 41(3/4), 180-185.

Harris, Christopher (November 2014). Fact or fiction: libraries can thrive in the digital age. Phi Delta Kappan, 96(3), 20-25.

Harvey, Ross (2011). Preserving Digital Materials. Walter de Gruyter. Preview Available: https://books.google.com/books?id=Z_8glIHqKgQC

Hastings, Robin (November 2013). How we chose a platform to bring Kansas History Alive. Computers in Libraries, 33(9), 10-15.

Havenwood, Clare, Matthews, Graham, Muir, Adrienne (2012). Selection of digital material for preservation in libraries. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 45(4), 294-308.

Hawkins, Donald T., (ed.) (2013). Personal Archiving : Preserving Our Digital Heritage. Medford, NJ, USA: Information Today, Inc.. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Henry, Geneva (July 2012). Core Infrastructure Considerations for Large Digital Libraries. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Hensley, Holly (July/August 2015). How to begin a digital photo collection. Computers in Libraries, 35(6), 4-10.

Hider, Philip (2013). Information Resource Description: Creating and Managing Metadata. ALA Editions.

Hienert, Daniel, Sawitzki, Frank, & Mayr, Philipp (March/April 2015). Digital library research in action: supporting information retrieval in Sowiport. D-Lib Magazine, 21(3/4). Available online.

Hofschire, Linda & Wanucha, Meghan (October 1, 2014). Public library websites and social media: what’s #trending now? Computers in Libraries, 34(8), 4-9.

Hooper, Lisa & Force, Donald C. (2014). Keeping Time: An Introduction to Archival Best Practices for Music Librarians. MLA Basic Manual Series, Volume BM9. Available through IUPUI.

Houghton, Bernadette (March/April 2015). Trustworthiness: self-assessment of an institutional repository against ISO 16363-2012. D-Lib Magazine, 21(3/4). Available online.

Huang, C. and Xie, I. (2011), Help feature interactions in digital libraries: Influence of learning styles. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 48: 1–10.

Hulser, Richard (April 2015). California Light and Sound Collection. Computers in Libraries, 35(4), 4-11.

Huwe, Terence K. (July/August 2015). Building digital libraries. Computers in Libraries, 35(6), 22-24.

Huwe, Terence (May/June 2015). Data administration: an opportunities to collaborate. Computers in Libraries, 35(5), 15-17.

Huwe, Terence K. (November 1, 2014). The value of data-driven special collections. Computers in Libraries, 34(9), 23-25.

Hyman, Jack A., Moser, Mary T., Segala, Laura N. (2014). Electronic reading and digital library technologies: understanding learner expectation and usage intent for mobile learning. Educational Technology Research and Development, 62, 35-52.

Jackson, Derek J. (2013). Defining Minimum Standards for the Digitization of Speech Recordings on Audio Compact Cassettes. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 42(2), 87-98.

Jacobs, James A. & Jacobs, James R. (March/April 2013). The digital-surrogate seal of approval: a consumer-oriented standards. D-Lib Magazine, 19(3/4). Available online.

Jahnke, Lori M. & Asher, Andrew (August 2012). The problem of data: data management and curation practices among university researchers. In Jahnke, L., Asher, A. & Keralis, S.D.C., The Problem of Data. Available online.

Kaplan, Richard (ed.) (2012). Building and Managing E-Book Collections: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians. ALA Neal-Schuman.

Keller, Michael A. Persons, Jerry, Glaser, Hugh, & Calter, Mimi (October 2011). Linked Data for Libraries, Museums, and Archives: Survey and Workshop Report. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Kelly, Kristin (June 2013). Images of works of art in museum collections: the experience of open access. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Kichuk, Diana (January 2015). Loose, falling characters and sentences: the persistence of the OCR problem in digital repository e-books. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 15(1), 59-91.

King, David Lee (2012). Running the Digital Branch : Guidelines for Operating the Library Website. Chicago, IL, USA: American Library Association. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew G., Ovenden, Richard, & Redwine, Gabriela (December 2010). Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Kirchhoff, Amy & Morrissey, Sheila (2014). Technology Watch Report 14-01: Preserving eBooks. Digital Preservation Coalition.

Kirchner, Joy, Diaz, José, Henry, Geneva, Fliss, Susan, Culshaw, John, Gendron, Heather & Cawthorne, Jon E. (February 2015). The center of excellent model for information services. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Knautz, Kathrin (2012). Emotion felt and depicted: consequences for multimedia retrieval. In D.R. Neal, Knowledge and Information: Indexing and Retrieval of Non-Text Information. Water de Gruyter. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Korn, Naomi & Oppenheim, Charles (2016). The Non-Nonsense Guide to Licensing Digital Resources. Facet Publishing, UK.

Kostkova, P., & Madle, G. (2013). What impact do healthcare digital libraries have? An evaluation of national resource of infection control at the point of care using the Impact-ED framework. International Journal On Digital Libraries,13(2), 77-90.

Kovács, Béla Lóránt & Takács, Margit (2014). New search method in digital library image collections: a theoretical inquiry. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 46(3), 217-225.

Kowalczyk, S. and Shankar, K. (2011), Data sharing in the sciences. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 45: 247–294.

Krabbenhoeft, N., Skinner, K., Schultz, M., & Zarndt, F. (2013). Chronicles in Preservation: Preserving Digital News and Newspapers. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 42(4), 199-203.

Kresh, Diane (2007). Whole Digital Library Handbook. ALA Editions. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Lage, Kathryn, Losoff, Barbara, & Maness, Jack (October 2011). Receptivity to library involvement in scientific data curation: a case study at the University of Colorado Boulder, portal: Libraries and the Academy, 11(4), 915-937.

Lanagan, J., & Smeaton, A. (2012). Video digital libraries: contributive and decentralised. International Journal On Digital Libraries, 12(4), 159-178.

Landis, William E. & Chandler, Robin L. (2013). Archives and the Digital Library. Routledge.

Lavoie, Brian (2014). Technology Watch Report 14-02: The Open Archival Information System (OAIS) Reference Model: Introductory Guide (2nd Edition). Digital Preservation Coalition.

Lawton, Aoife & Manning, Padraig (March/April 2014). Managing a national health repository. D-Lib Magazine, 20(3/4). Available online.

Lazarinis, Georgios Gkoumas Fotis (2015). Evaluation and usage scenarios of open source digital library and collection management tools. Program: electronic library and information systems, 49(3), 226-241.

Lee, J., Tennis, J., Clarke, R., & Carpenter, M. (2013). Developing a video game metadata schema for the Seattle Interactive Media Museum. International Journal On Digital Libraries, 13(2), 105-117. 

Lee, J. H., Cho, H. and Kim, Y.-S. (2015), Users' music information needs and behaviors: Design implications for music information retrieval systems. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 

Lee, J. H., Clarke, R. I. and Perti, A. (2015), Empirical evaluation of metadata for video games and interactive media. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 

Leigh, Katharine & Leigh, Richard N. (January 2015). Implementing RDA for digital libraries. Computers in Libraries, 35(1), 11-14.

Levine-Clark, Michael (July 2014). Access to everything: building the future academic library collection. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 14(3), 425-437.

Library Copyright Alliance (2015). Response to the U.S. Copyright Office’s Notice of Inquiry on Copyright Protection for Certain Visual Works.

The Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Plan (December 2012). Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Library Publishing Coalition. 2012. Library Publishing Coalition: A Proposal. Available online.

Liew, Chern Li (March/April 2014). Participatory cultural heritage: a tale of two institutions’ use of social media. D-Lib Magazine, 20(3/4). Available online.

Lippincott, Joan, Hemmasi, Harriette, & Lewis, Vivian Marie (June 16, 2014). Trends in digital scholarshop centers. EDUCAUSEreview. Available online.

Mackenzie, Alison & Martin, Lindsey (2013). Mastering Digital Librarianship: Strategy, Networking and Discovery in Academic Libraries. Facet Publishing, UK.

Manoff, Marlene (July 2015). Human and machine entanglement in the digital archive: academic libraries and socio-technical change. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 15(3), 513-530.

Marciniak, Joe (April 2015). Growing a Archives Department. Computers in Libraries, 35(4), 16-19.

Marcum, Deanna (2014). Archives, libraries, museums: coming back together? Information & Culture: A Journal of History, 49(1), 74-89.

Maron, Nancy L., Yun, Jason, & Pickle, Sarah (2013). Sustaining Our Digital Future: Institutional Strategies for Digital Content. JISC.

Martens, Betsy Van der Veer (Spring 2011). Approaching the anti-collection. Library Trends, 59(4), 568-587.

Marty, Paul F. (Winter 2014). Digital convergence and the information profession in cultural heritage organizations: reconciling internal and external demands. Library Trends, 62(3), 613-627.

Marquis, Kathy & Waggener, Leslie (2015). Local History Reference Collections for Public Libraries. ALA Editions.

McLure, Merinda, Level, Allison V., Cranston, Catherine L., Oehlerts, Beth, & Culbertson, Mike (April 2014). Data curation: a study of researcher practices and needs. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 14(2), 139-164.

Miller, Brenda & Rhodes, Sarah (2012). From the Digital Dark Ages to a Digital Renaissance: The Art of Selecting Digital Content to Preserve. Library of Congress Presentation. Available online.

Miller, Lisa (2015). ‘Capture and release’: digital cameras in the reading room. In OCLC Research, Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible, 99-112. Available online.

Milutinovic, Mitar (Winter 2015). Making a Library a Digital One. The Journal of Electronic Publishing, 18(1). Available online.

Mitchell, Emily, West, Brandon & Johns-Masten, Kathryn (May/June 2015). Revitalizing library services with usability data: testing 1,2,3. Computers in Libraries, 35(5), 11-14.

Monson, Jane D. (2013). LITA Guide: Jump-Start Your Career as a Digital Librarian. American Library Association. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Moss, Michael & Endicott-Popovsky (eds.) (2015). Is Digital Different? How Information Creation, Capture, Preservation and Discovery are Being Transformed. Facet Publishing, UK.

Moulaison, Heather Lea, Dyka, Felicity, & Gallant, Kristen (March/April 2015). OpenDOAR repositories and metadata practices. D-Lib Magazine, 21(3/4). Available online.

Nadasky, Gretchen (March/April 2014). Preserving web-based auction catalogs at the Frick Art Reference Library. D-Lib Magazine, 20(3/4). Available online.

Nakasone, Sonoe & Sheffield, Carolyn (November/December 2013). Descriptive metadata for field books: methods and practices of the field book project. D-Lib Magazine, 19(11/12). Available online.

Neatrour, Anna, Brunsvik, Matt, Buckner, Sean, McBride, Brian, & Myntti, Jeremy (July/August 2014). The SIMP tool: facilitating digital library, metadata, and preservation workflow at the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library. D-Lib Magazine, 20(7/8). Available online.

Nguyen, S. H. and Chowdhury, G. (2013), Interpreting the knowledge map of digital library research (1990–2010). Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 64: 1235–1258.

Nicholas, David (2010). The virtual scholar: the hard and evidential truth. In I. Verheul, A. Tammaro and S. Witt (eds.). Digital Library Futures : User Perspectives and Institutional Strategies, Volume 146. Berlin, DEU: Walter de Gruyter. ProQuest ebrary. Available as an ebook through IUPUI.

Northam, Adam & Anderson, Sean (December 2013). Popcorn and a Movie: Using Popcorn.js to enhance digital collections. Computers in Libraries, 33(10), 13-17.

O’Brien, Patrick & Arlitsch, Kenning (May 2015). Getting Found: SEO Cookbook. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

OCLC (2014). At a Tipping Point: Education, Learning and Libraries. OCLC. Available online.

Oh, S., Choi, W. and Valisa, S. (2013), The sonzogno digital library project. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 50: 1–4.

Okerson, Ann & Holzman, Alex (July 2015). The Once and Future Publishing Library. Council on Library and Information Resources. Available online.

Oliver, Gillian & Knight, Steve (March/April 2015). Storage is a strategic issue: digital preservation in the cloud. D-Lib Magazine, 21(3/4). Available online.

O’Malley, Caris (May 1, 2014). The great reading adventure: a new approach to summer reading. Computers in Libraries, 34(4), 15-18.

Oomen, J., Over, P., Kraaij, W., & Smeaton, A. (2013). Symbiosis between the TRECVid benchmark and video libraries at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. International Journal On Digital Libraries, 13(2), 91-104. 

Osterhout, Laura & Rhodes, Erin (November 14, 2012). From the Digital Dark Ages to a Digital Renaissance: The Role of Long Term Storage in Digital Curation. An ALCTS Webinar. Library of Congress. Available online.

Ozer, Nicole (Winter 2014). Digital books: a new chapter for reader privacy. The Journal of Electronic Publishing. Available online.

Paulus, Michael J. (October 2011). Reconceptualizing academic libraries and archives in the digital age. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 11(4), 939-952.

Peck, Megan (2011). Making Texas' Moving Image Heritage Accessible. Microform & Digitization Review, 40(3), 122-126.

Perrin, Joy M., Winkler, Heidi M. & Yang, Le (January 2015). Digital preservation challenges with an ETD collection - a case study at Teas Tech University. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 41(1), 98-104.

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Journals

Bulletin of IEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries

Computers in Libraries

D-Lib Magazine

e-Preservation Science

International Journal on Digital Libraries

International Journal of Digital Library Services

Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH)

Journal of Electronic Publishing

Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture. Available through EBSCOhost.

Organization and Conference Resources

ACM Digital Library

Digital Preservation Coalition

Global Digital Humanities 2015

International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries (ICADL)

International Journal on Digital Libraries (Springer-Verlag)

International Journal of Digital Library Systems

IEEE & International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL)

Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015

Journal of eScience Librarianship

National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators

Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD)

Blogs

Another DAM Blog

The Signal: Digital Preservation from Library of Congress

On Digital History

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