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Author: Jack Kessler
ISBN: 0890068755
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Pages 265 pages
Publisher Artech House Publishers; 1st edition (December 1996)
Language English
Category: IT
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eBook Internet Digital Libraries: The International Dimension download

by Jack Kessler


Book Condition: This book has hardback covers. Ex-library,With usual stamps and markings,In good all round condition. Jack Kessler is president of . C. In. an Internet training and consulting firm in San Francisco

Book Condition: This book has hardback covers. Sold by anybookltduk. Condition: Used: Good. an Internet training and consulting firm in San Francisco. He earned his master's degree in information studies from the University of California, Berkeley. Series: Computer Science Library.

Internet Digital Libraries : The International Dimension. Explores the fast-changing world of international digital libraries and provides insight into their role in the development of on-line digital information. Country by country, the text examines efforts to make the WWW and various forms of Internet telecommunications more amenable to international users of varied skill levels and cultural backgrounds.

Explores the fast-changing world of international digital libraries and provides insight into their role in the development of on-line digital information. It introduces the international aspects of on-line digital information development, explains current digital projects on the Internet, and presents national case studies that describe and compare digital library initiatives underway.

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ISBN: 0890068755; This first-of-its-kind book explores the fast-changing world of international digital libraries - their current status as well as the challenges and opportunities associated with their continuing development. The book takes readers on a country-by-country tour of digital library projects being created in very different ways worldwide.

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Digital libraries are Internet sites consecrated to the creation and preservation of electronic book collections and holdings of other kinds of materials, without the need for end users to purchase the materials they want to consult and read. Creating and preserving these collections involves the participation of a large number of intermediate institutions, which is part of what makes digital libraries so interesting.

Explores the fast-changing world of international digital libraries and provides insight into their role in the development of on-line digital information. Country by country, the text examines efforts to make the WWW and various forms of Internet telecommunications more amenable to international users of varied skill levels and cultural backgrounds. It introduces the international aspects of on-line digital information development, explains current digital projects on the Internet, and presents national case studies that describe and compare digital library initiatives underway in a variety of countries on different continents.