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 •  Susan Leigh Star (U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
 •  New Horizons in Scholarly Communication
Libraries & Museums
Computerizing The Library/Museum: Research & Projects   Suggest a Link
An Electronic Environmental Library Project (UC Berkeley; part of the Digital Libraries Initiative)
CIMI: Consortium for the Computer Interchange of Museum Information ("16 organizations who have agreed to work cooperatively to solve complex problems relating to the electronic interchange of museum information. CIMI's major focus of effort is project CHIO, a demonstration project on the theme of folkart"
Jean-Claude Guedon (U. Montreal), "Why Are Electronic Publications Difficult to Classify?" (1994) 
Digital Libraries and Xerox 
Digital Libraries Initiative (multi-university project with major sponsorship to invent the virtual library of the future)
D-Lib: The Magazine of Digital Library Research 
Information Literacy Bibliography (K. Alix Hayden, U. Calgary)
The Informedia Project ("research initiative at Carnegie Mellon University funded by the NSF, DARPA, NASA and others, that studies how multimedia Digital Libraries can be established and used. Informedia is building a multimedia library that will contain over a thousand hours of digital video, and audio, images, text and other related materials")
Marlene Manoff (MIT Libraries), "Cyberhope or Cyberhype? Computers and Scholarly Research" (1997) 
New Horizons in Scholarly Communication
Homepage of New Horizons in Scholarly Communication (guide with resources that "highlights trends affecting the process of creating, disseminating, retrieving, and using information for instruction and research at the university level") (Librarians Assoc. of U. California System)
Teaching (New Horizons in Scholarly Communication) 
Copyright & Intellectual Property 
Building & Organizing Collections 
Technology & Infrastructure 
James J. O'Donnell (U. Penn), "The Virtual Library: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed" 
Online Magazine (for information professionals; "provides articles, product reviews, case studies, evaluation, and informed opinion about selecting, using, and managing electronic information products, plus industry and professional information about online da
Project Alexandria (UCSB; research project on "distributed spatial data libraries" for image and other spatially-referenced resources; part of the Digital Libraries Initiative)
J. Sairamesh et. al., "Economic Framework for Pricing and Charging in Digital Libraries" (1996) (D-Lib)
Daniel Schutzer (Financial Services Technology Consortium, Citibank), "A Need For A Common Infrastructure Digital Libraries and Electronic Commerce" (1996) (D-Lib)
Linda Scovill, "Librarians and Publishers in the Scholarly Information Process: Transition in the Electronic Age" (Council on Library Resources/Assoc. of American Publishers)
Stanford Digital Libraries Project (part of the Digital Libraries Initiative)
Susan Leigh Star (U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
"Grounded Classification: Grounded Theory and Faceted Classification" (1997) 
"To Classify is Human" (1996) (essay of broad relevance on the social and cultural implications of classifications and "residual classifications" in the information age; makes use of historical data on classifications in fields including medical and nursing sciences)
University Libraries and Scholarly Communications (Mellon Report) 
User Interface Research at Xerox PARC (text file)
Xerox PARC Graphics and Interaction Research Area 
Xerox PARC PubWeb Server= 

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