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The Evolution of Scientific Publishing
Scientific publishing is undergoing rapid change. A new generation of users is having an impact on how research is being disseminated. Whereas interdisciplinary approaches are becoming more prevalent in research, specialized ...
Usability Testing of VuFind at an Academic Library
The purpose of this paper is to present the findings of an academic library's implementation of a discovery layer (VuFind 1.0 RC1) as a next-generation catalogue, based on usability testing and an online survey.
Working With KF Modified: Changes and Enhancements
Provides an overview of the KF Modified classification scheme, introduces some recent editorial changes and enhancements, and includes some interactive cataloguing exercises.
Divisiveness, Communication Failure, and Boundary Wars as Tragicomedy
Reference librarians are whiny and demanding. Systems librarians are arrogant and rude. Users are clueless and uninformed. A new discovery layer means that they need to collaborate to build it and then--the next ...
Break On Through to the Other Side: The Library and Linked Data
(Toronto Association of Law Libraries, 2011-03-15)
This article will discuss the barriers that exist between our bibliographic data and other data available on the World Wide Web. The isolation of this bibliographic data is a problem that impacts on the successful integration ...
Classification: Deciphering KF Modified
This presentation looks at the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) and the origins of KF Modified. It discusses the basic LCC call number structure and introduces some of the special features of KF Modified (e.g. ...
York Digital Journals and York Conference Server presentations
Thes presentations introduce Open Journal Systems and Open Conference Systems, and describe how York University Libraries are using these platforms to help the York community publish their journals and conference proceedings ...