Columbia Digital Library
Reading About Digital Libraries:
Bibliographic Resources: Discussion Lists and Groups
- DIG_REF. (Hosted
by the Virtual Reference Desk). Discussion list for digital
Summary: " online discussion list for individuals who are working on collaborative
statewide projects for the digitization of cultural heritage resources. Date
accessed: 2004-03-24. Date added: 2004-03-24.
- DIGITAL-COPYRIGHT. Hosted by the Center for Intellectual Property
(University of Maryland University College). Date accessed: 2002-10-09. Date added: 2002-10-09.
Bristol, UK: Joint Information Systems Committee. As of December 2001, the
archives of the list back to November 2000 can be searched and viewed without
registering. Date added: 2001-12-26.
- Digital Text Community (Hosted by Yahoo Groups). A
discussion list for those involved in the digitization and/or encoding of text-based works. The archives of the list, which began in November 2007, are available for viewing without registering with Yahoo Groups. Date added: 2008-01-14.
(Digital Libraries Research). A
discussion list for digital libraries researchers and
librarians. (Hosted by IFLANet). A browsable archives of postings to the list is
available. Date updated: 2002-05-18.
- E-DOCS: Historical Documents
on the Internet. Greenville, SC: Furman University. Discussion list and Web
site for those involved in the production,
distribution, and organization of historical documents on the Internet. Date
- eBookWeb is a portal service which
includes a community Web board. Registration is required.
Summary: " The IMAGELIB listserv started in 1994 as a way for librarians and
information technologists to share ideas, ask questions, and report on
imaging projects. ... IMAGELIB is searchable through Jeff Huestis' hypermail archive and through
the UofA's [University of Arizona] listserv archives." Date accessed: 2004-03-24.
Date added: 2004-03-24.
Hosted by Research Libraries Group (RLG, Mountain View, CA, USA). Alternate URL: http://www.rlg.org/longterm/oais.html
Discussion list for institutions and individuals implementing the Open Archival Information System (OAIS)
Reference Model. Date accessed: 2002-10-09. Date added: 2002-10-09.
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