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Content and Scope

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Governance

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  • Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011.

TOC http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=11012&mode=toc

  • Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, Introduction: An Overview of the Knowledge Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 3-26. Open access http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/chapters/0262083574intro1.pdf
  • David Bollier. The Growth of the Commons Paradigm. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 27-40.
  • Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom. A Framework for Analyzing the Knowledge Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 41-81.
  • Nancy Kranich. Countering Enclosure. Reclaiming the Knowledge Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 85-122.
  • James Boyle. Mertonianism Unbound? Imagining Free, Decentralized Access to Most Cultural and Scientific Material. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 123-144.
  • Donald J. Waters. Preserving the Knowledge Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 145-167.
  • Peter Suber. Creating an Intellectual Commons through Open Access. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 171-208.
  • Shubha Ghosh. How to Build a Commons. Is Intellectual Property Constrictive, Facilitating, or Irrelevant? In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 209-245.
  • Peter Levine. Collective Action, Civic Engagement, and the Knowledge Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 247-275.
  • Charles M. Schweik. Free/Open-Source Software as a Framework for Establishing Commons in Science. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 277-309.
  • Wendy Pradt Lougee. Scholarly Communication and Libraries Unbound. The Opportunity of the Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 311-332.
  • James C. Cox and J. Todd Swarthout. EconPort. Creating and Maintaining a Knowledge Commons. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 333-347.
  • Glossary. In: Understanding Knowledge as a Commons. From Theory to Practice. Eds. Charlotte Hess and Elinor Ostrom, MIT Press, December 2006, pbk edition 2011, pp. 349-352.

Financial/Business Models

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Legal Issues

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Technical Aspects

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National Initiatives

  • Albanese, A. (2005). New European digitization plan. Library Journal, 130(10), 22-22.
  • Beagrie, N. 2003. National Digital Preservation Initiatives: An Overview of Developments in Australia, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom and of Related International Activity. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources. Available at: http://www.clir.org/pubs/abstract/pub116abst.html.
  • Bell, B. (2008). Canadiana.org: One of Canada's oldest and newest digitization initiatives. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice & Research, 3(1), 1-4.
  • Bermes, E., Carbone, I. D., Ledoux, T., & Lupovici, C. (2008). Digital preservation at the National Library of France: A technical and organizational overview. IFLA Conference Proceedings, 1-10.
  • Building “Above-Campus” Library Services, EDUCAUSE Review, July/August 2010
  • Calibre Audio library
  • Casassus, B. (2008). Lyon takes up Google offer. Bookseller, (5341), 18-18.
  • Casassus, Barbara. France launches Google books rival. The Bookseller, March 8, 2008.
  • Cathro, W. (2007). Digitization in Australasia. Serials, 20(1), 9-15.
  • Clavel-Merrin, G. (2010). Many roads to information: Digital resource sharing and access at the Swiss National Library
  • Coyle, K. (2006). Mass digitization of books. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 32(6), 641-645.
  • Cunningham, A. (2008). Digital Curation/Digital archiving: A view from the national archives of Australia. American Archivist, 71(2), 530-543.
  • De Vorsey, K., & McKinney, P. (2010). Digital preservation in capable hands: Taking control of risk assessment at the national library of New Zealand. Information Standards Quarterly, 22(2), 41-44.
  • Delbello, M. (2009). Cultural dimensions of digital library development, part ii: The cultures of innovation in five European national libraries (narratives of development). Library Quarterly, 79(1), 1-72.
  • Dubin, D., Futrelle, J., Plutchak, J., & Eke, J. (2009). Preserving meaning, not just objects: Semantics and digital preservation. Library Trends, 57(3), 595-610.
  • Erik Oltmans, Cost Models in Digital Archiving: An Overview of Life Cycle Management at the National Library of the Netherlands. 2004
  • European Digital Library EDL project: http://www.edlproject.eu/index.php
  • Europeana (background and history): http://www.europeana.eu/portal/aboutus.html#background
  • Farquhar, A., & Hockx-Yu, H. (2008). Planets: Integrated services for digital preservation. Serials, 21(2), 140-145.
  • French, Amanda. Imagine a National Digital Library: I Wonder If We Can. March 1, 2011.
  • France erupts over Google proposition.(2009). Bookseller, (5398), 18-18.
  • Google books shrinks its ambitions (2009). Information World Review, (261), 02-02.
  • Google Digitization Project in Netherlands, Library Journal, July 2009
  • Green, S. (2009). The digital library programme at the British Library: Goals and priorities
  • Habing, T., Eke, J., Cordial, M. A., Ingram, W., & Manaster, R. (2009). Developments in digital preservation at the University of Illinois: The hub and spoke architecture for supporting repository interoperability and emerging preservation standards. Library Trends, 57(3), 556-579.
  • Huang Meng-xing, Xing Chun-xiao, & Yong, Z. (2010). Supply chain management model for digital libraries. Electronic Library, 28(1), 29-37.
  • IBM helps the Egyptian government preserve national archives.(2010). Library Times International: World News Digest of Library & Information Science, 26(3), 28-29.
  • Illien, G. (2008). L'archivage d'internet, un défi pour les décideurs et les bibliothécaires : Scénarios d'organisation et d'évaluation L'expérience du consortium IIPC et de la BnF. IFLA Conference Proceedings , 1-14.
  • In Europe, Book-Scanning Efforts Feel Their Way Into New Territory, Max Colchester, Christopher Emsden. Wall Street Journal (Online). New York, N.Y.: Mar 11, 2010.
  • International task force to address economic sustainability of digital preservation.(2008). Library Hi Tech News, 25(1), 35-35.
  • Jones, D. (2007). Digitization: The view from the national archives. Serials, 20(1), 16-19.
  • Jones, M. (2005). The digital preservation coalition: Building a national infrastructure for preserving digital resources in the UK. Serials Librarian, 49(3), 95-104.
  • Jones, R. A. (2008). A marathon not a sprint: Lessons learnt from the first decade of digitisation at the National Library of Wales. Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems, 42(2), 97-114.
  • KB Digitization Policy http://www.kb.nl/hrd/digitalisering/beleid-en.html
  • KB Digitization Program website http://www.kb.nl/hrd/digitalisering/index-en.html
  • Kehe, M. (2010). Why Google’s deal with Italy is a good thing for readers. Library Times International: World News Digest of Library & Information Science, 26(4), 43-44.
  • Knight, S. (2008). From theory to practice: Digital preservation at the national library of New Zealand te puna MÄtauranga O aotearoa. IFLA Conference Proceedings, , 1-13.
  • Knight, S. (2010). Early learnings from the National Library of New Zealand’s national digital heritage archive project. Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems, 44(2), 85-97.
  • Lavoie, B. and Dempsey, L. Beyond 1923: Characteristics of Potentially In-copyright Print Books in Library Collections, Full text at D-Lib Magazine, Nov/Dec 2009
  • LEFURGY, W. G. (2009). NDIIPP partner perspectives on economic sustainability. Library Trends, 57(3), 413-426.
  • LIBER-EBLIDA Digitisation Workshop, October 2009, The LIBER Digitisation Road Map at http://www.libereurope.eu/files/LIBER-Digitisation-Roadmap-2009.pdf
  • Liu, J., & Du, P. (2009). Long-term preservation of digital information in China: Some problems and solutions. Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems, 43(2), 175-186.
  • Manžuch, Z. (2009). Monitoring digitisation: Lessons from previous experiences. Journal of Documentation, 65(5), 768-796.
  • Marianne Takle, "The Norwegian National Digital Library," Ariadne Issue 60 (July 2009) at

http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue60/takle/

  • Murakami, Y., Tutiya, S., & Sato, Y. (2007). The interim evaluation method of the national project for institutional repositories in Japan. IATUL Annual Conference Proceedings, 17, 1-8.
  • NATIONAL LIBRARY OF NEW ZEALAND, TE PUNA MĀTAURANGA O AOTEAROA, Digitisation Strategy 2010 – 2015. Full text at http://www.natlib.govt.nz/catalogues/library-documents/national-library-digitisation-strategy
  • National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) The Library of Congress Audio assets
  • NDIIPP supports CLOCKSS.(2006). Library of Congress Information Bulletin, 65(7), 176-176.
  • NDIPP Website http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/library/
  • Neilson, O. (2010). Sharing our nation's treasures: Digitisation at the National Library of Australia. Access (10300155), 24(2), 10-15.
  • Oltmans, E., & Bakker, T. (2004). Cost models in digital archiving: An overview of life cycle management at the National Library of the Netherlands. Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries, 14(1-4), 380-392.
  • P. Ayris, European Digitization Status, LIBER-EBLIDA Digitisation Workshop, October 2009, The LIBER Digitisation Road Map at http://www.libereurope.eu/files/LIBER-Digitisation-Roadmap-2009.pdf
  • Portico announces agreement with the National Library of the Netherlands.(2008). D-Lib Magazine, 14(3), 1-1.
  • Pymm, B., & Lloyd, A. (2007). Dealing with digital collections: Interviews with the national library and selected state libraries of Australia. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 38(3), 167-179.
  • SENECA, T. (2009). The web-at-risk at three: Overview of an NDIIPP web archiving initiative. Library Trends, 57(3), 427-441.
  • Special Issue on Digital Libraries in China, D-Lib Magazine, May/June 2010, Volume 16, Number 5/6
  • Steenbakkers, J. F. (2005). Digital archiving in the twenty-first century: Practice at the National Library of the Netherlands. Library Trends, 54(1), 33-56.
  • Takle, M. (2009). The Norwegian National Digital Library. Ariadne: A Web & Print Magazine of Internet Issues for Librarians & Information Specialists, 30(60), 16-16.
  • Pages
  • The Library of Congress National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, Special Issue of Library Trends Volume 57, Number 3, Winter 2009. Full text at http://muse.jhu.edu.ezp-prod1.hul.harvard.edu/journals/library_trends/toc/lib.57.3.html
  • The National Library of Norway’s strategy documents http://www.nb.no/om_nb/presserom/strategi
  • van Wijngaarden, H. (2007). Update on long-term preservation activities and projects in European national libraries. International Preservation News, (42), 4-7.
  • Various US States have audio libraries for the blind
  • Verheusen, A. (2008). Mass digitisation by libraries: Issues concerning organisation, quality and efficiency. Liber Quarterly: * The Journal of European Research Libraries, 18(1), 28-38.
  • Vigdis Moe Skarstein. (2010). The Bookshelf: digitisation and access to copyright items in Norway. Program, 44(1), 48-58.

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