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- Vannevar Bush; As We May Think; Atlantic Monthly, July 1945.
- Edward A. Fox, Robert M. Akscyn, Richard K. Furuta and John J. Leggett;
Digital Libraries; CACM95, pp. 22-28.
- Bruce Schatz and Hsinchun Chen;
Building Large-Scale Digital Libraries;
Computer96, pp 22-26.
Readings 2 (DLI--Informedia/CMU)
M. Christel, T. Kanade, M. Mauldin, R. Reddy, M. Sirbu, S. Stevens and
H. Wactlar; Informedia Digital Video Library; CACM95; pp. 57-58
- Wactlar, et al.
Intelligent Access to Digital Video: Informedia Project
Computer96, pp 46-52
Christel, M., Smith M., Taylor, R., Winkler, D.,
"Evolving Video Skims into Useful Multimedia Abstractions"
Proceedings of the CHI'98
Conference on Human Factors in Computing System, C. Karat, A. Lund, J. Coutaz,
and J. Karat, eds. pp 171-178, Los Angeles, CA, April 1998.
Hauptmann, A., Witbrock, M.;
"Informedia: News-on-Demand Multimedia Information Acquisition and Retrieval."
Intelligent Multimedia Information Retrieval, Mark T.
Maybury, Ed., AAAI Press, pps. 213-239, 1997.
Readings 3 (DLI--Michigan)
- Atkins, et al.
Toward Inquiry-Based Education Through Interacting Software
Computer96, pp 69-76
- Peter C. Weinstein; Ontology-based metadata: transforming the MARC
legacy, DL98, pp. 254-263.
- Elliot Soloway and Raven Wallace, Does the Internet support student
inquiry? Don't ask., CACM 50,4 (1998), pp. 11-16.
(ACM DL) (Alternate source)
Readings 4 (DLI--Illinois)
- Schatz, et al.;
Federating Diverse Collections of Scientific Literature;
Computer96, pp 28-36.
- Bruce R. Schatz, Eric H. Johnson, Pauline A. Cochrane and Hsinchun
Chen; Interactive term suggestion for users of digital libraries: using subject
thesauri and co-occurrence lists for information retrieval; DL96,
pp. 126-133. (ACM DL*) (Alternate source)
- Ann Peterson Bishop; Digital libraries and knowledge disaggregation:
the use of journal article components; DL98, pp. 29-39.
(ACM DL*) (Alternate source)
Readings 5 (DLI--Alexandria/UCSB)
A Digital Library for Geographically Referenced Materials
Computer96, pp 54-60
- Linda L. Hill, Larry Carver, Mary Larsgaard, Ron Dolin, Terence
R. Smith, James Frew, Mary-Anna Rae; Alexandria digital library: user
evaluation studies and system design; JASIS00a.
- Smith, A. and Buttenfield, B.P. Georeferencing Historical Photographs for
a Digital Library. Proceedings, GIS/LIS '97, Cincinnatti, Ohio, 27-29 Nov,
- Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland and Christine L. Borgman;
Evaluating the use of a geographic digital library in undergraduate classrooms:
ADEPT; DL00, pp. 248-249.
Readings 6 (DLI--Berkeley)
Towards Work-Centered Digital Information Services
Computer96, pp 37-44
- Virginia E. Ogle and Michael Stonebraker,
Chabot: Retrieval from a Relational Database of Images, IEEE Computer,
Vol. 28, No. 9, September 1995.
(IEEE DL) (Alternate source (see here for some of the images))
- Thomas A. Phelps and Robert Wilensky,
Multivalent Documents: Inducing Structure and Behavior in Online Digital Documents , Best Paper Award - Digital Documents Track,
Proceedings of the 29th Hawaii International Conference on System Science,
Maui, Hawaii, January 3-6, 1996.
- Lisa R. Schiff, Nancy A. Van House, and Mark H. Butler. ``Understanding Complex Information Environments: a Social Analysis of Watershed
Planning.'' Digital Libraries '97: Proceedings of the ACM Digital Libraries Conference, Philadelphia, PA, July, 1997. pp. 161-186.
(ACM DL*) (Alternate source)
Readings 7 (DLI--Stanford)
- Paepcke, et al.
Using Distributed Objects for Digital Library Interoperability
Computer96, pp 61-68
Safeguarding and Charging for Information on the Internet.
by Hector Garcia-Molina, Steven Ketchpel and Narayanan Shivakumar
in Proceedings of the International Conference on Data Engineering
Copy Detection Mechanisms for Digital Documents
by S. Brin, J. Davis, and H. Garcia-Molina.
Combining Content-Based and Collaborative Recommendation
by Marko Balabanovic and Yoav Shoham
Communications of the ACM, 40(3), March, 1997.
Readings 8 (NZDL)
Ian H. Witten, Craig Nevill-Manning, Rodger McNab and Sally Jo Cunningham,
A public library based on full-text retrieval,
CACM98, pp. 71-75.
- Timothy C. Bell, Alistair Moffat, Ian H. Witten and Justin Zobel,
The MG retrieval system: compressing for space and speed,
Craig G. Nevill-Manning, Ian H. Witten and Gordon W. Paynter,
Browsing in digital libraries: a phrase-based approach,
DL97, pp. 230-236.
Gordon W. Paynter, Ian H. Witten, Sally Jo Cunningham and George Buchanan,
Scalable browsing for large collections: a case study,
DL00, pp. 215-223,
Readings 9 (NZDL and music libraries)
Rodger J. McNab, Lloyd A. Smith, Ian H. Witten, Clare L. Henderson and Sally Jo
Towards the digital music library: tune retrieval from acoustic input,
DL96, pp. 11-18.
David Bainbridge, Craig G. Nevill-Manning, Ian H. Witten, Lloyd A. Smith and
Rodger J. McNab,
Towards a digital library of popular music,
DL99, pp. 161-169.
Lloyd A. Smith, Eline F. Chiu and Brian L. Scott,
A speech interface for building musical score collections,
DL00, pp. 165-173.
Jon W. Dunn and Constance A. Mayer,
VARIATIONS: a digital music library system at Indiana University,
DL99, pp. 12-19.
Readings 10 (NCSTRL and related collections)
James R. Davis and Carl Lagoze,
NCSTRL: Design and Deployment of a Globally Distributed Digital Library,
JASIS00a, pp. 272-280.
Joseph Y. Halpern and Carl Lagoze,
"The computing research repository: promoting the rapid
dissemination and archiving of computer science research",
DL99, pp. 3-11.
Allison L. Powell and James C. French,
"Growth and server availability of the NCSTRL digital library",
DL00, pp. 264-265.
Robert E. McGrath, Joe Futrelle, Ray Plante and Damien Guillaume,
"Digital library technology for locating and accessing scientific data",
DL99, pp. 188-194.
Related Web sites and documentation. See, for example
Readings 11 (Documents and Libraries)
David M. Levy and Catherine C. Marshall
"Going Digital: A Look at Assumptions Underlying Digital Libraries"
CACM95, pp. 77-84
"What is a 'Document'?",
JASIS, volume 48, number 9, pp. 804-809, 1997.
"What is a Collection?",
JASIS, volume 51, number 12, pp. 1106-1113, 2000.
Readings 12 (BWG)
Erich R. Schneider, John J. Leggett, Richard K. Furuta, Hugh D. Wilson and
Stephan L. Hatch,
"Herbarium specimen browser: a tool for accessing botanical specimen
DL98, pp. 227-234.
David M. Levy,
"Fixed or fluid?: document stability and new media",
Hypertext '94, pp. 24-31.
David M. Levy,
"I read the news today, oh boy: Reading and attention in digital libraries",
DL97, pp. 202-211.
David M. Levy,
"Heroic measures: reflections on the possibility and purpose of digital
preservation", DL98, pp 152-161.
Readings 14 (Annotations)
Catherine C. Marshall,
"Annotation: from paper books to the digital library",
DL97, pp. 131-140.
Catherine C. Marshall,
"Toward an ecology of hypertext annotation",
Hypertext 98, pp. 40-49.
Joanna L. Wolfe,
"Effects of annotations on student readers and writers",
DL00, pp. 19-26.
Readings 15 (Mobile applicances and applications)
Bill N. Schilit, Morgan N. Price and Gene Golovchinsky,
"Digital library information appliances",
DL98, pp. 217-226.
Catherine C. Marshall, Morgan N. Price, Gene Golovchinsky and Bill N. Schilit,
"Introducing a digital library reading appliance into a reading group",
DL99, pp. 77-84.
Michael L. W. Jones, Robert H. Rieger, Paul Treadwell and Geri K. Gay,
"Live from the stacks: user feedback on mobile computers and
wireless tools for library patrons",
DL00, pp. 95-102.
Readings 16 ("Ancient" applications)
"Building a digital library: The Perseus Project as a case study in the
DL96, pp. 3-10.
Henry M. Gladney, Fred Mintzer, Fabio Schiattarella, Julián Bescós and
"Digital access to antiquities",
CACM98, pp. 49-57.
E. Lecolinet, L. Likforman-Sulem, L. Robert, F. Role and J-L. Lebrave,
"An integrated reading and editing environment for scholarly research
on literary works and their handwritten sources",
DL98, pp. 144-151.
Jean-Daniel Fekete and Nicole Dufournaud,
"Compus: visualization and analysis of structured documents for
understanding social life in the 16th century",
DL00, pp. 47-55.
Readings 17 ("Follow up" readings)
Readings 18 (Special needs)
Michelle Q. Wang Baldonado and Terry Winograd,
"SenseMaker: an information-exploration interface supporting the
contextual evolution of a user's interests",
ACM CHI 97, pp. 11-18.
(SIGCHI or ACM DL*)
Lynn D. Wilcox, Bill N. Schilit and Nitin Sawhney,
"Dynomite: a dynamically organized ink and audio notebook",
CHI 97, pp. 186-193.
(SIGCHI or ACM DL*)
Carole Goble, Simon Harper and Robert Stevens,
"The travails of visually impaired web travellers",
Hypertext 2000, pp. 1-10.
T. V. Raman and D. Gries,
"Interactive audio documents",
Proceedings of the first annual ACM conference
on Assistive technologies,
October 31 - November 1, 1994, Marina Del Rey, CA USA,
Yin Leng Theng, Norliza Mohd-Nasir, Harold Thimbleby, George Buchanan and
"Designing a children's digital library with and for children",
DL00, pp. 266-267.
Gary Marchionini, Victor Nolet, Hunter Williams, Wei Ding, Josephus Beale, Anne
Rose, Allison Gordon, Ernestine Enomoto and Lynn Harbinson,
"Content + connectivity = community: digital resources for a learning
DL97, pp. 212-220.
Readings 19 (Visualizations)
Robert B. Allen and Jane Acheson,
"Browsing the structure of multimedia stories",
DL00, pp. 11-18.
Ben Shneiderman, David Feldman, Anne Rose and Xavier Ferré Grau,
"Visualizing digital library search results with categorical and
DL00, pp. 57-66.
Tammara T. A. Combs and Benjamin B. Bederson,
"Does zooming improve image browsing?",
DL99, pp. 130-137.
Readings 20 (Loose ends)
Readings 21 (Loose ends)
Ann Peterson Bishop,
"Making digital libraries go: comparing use across genres",
DL99, pp. 94-103.
C. Lee Giles, Kurt D. Bollacker and Steve Lawrence,
"CiteSeer: an automatic citation indexing system",
DL98, pp. 89-98.
Kurt D. Bollacker, Steve Lawrence and C. Lee Giles,
"A system for automatic personalized tracking of scientific literature
on the Web",
DL99, pp. 105-113.
Furuta, Richard and Marshall, Catherine C.
"Genre as Reflection of Technology in the World-Wide Web."
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Hypermedia
Design, 1995, LIRMM RR 95028, pp. 203-214.
Andrew Dillon and Barbara Gushrowski,
"Genres and the Web: Is the personal home page the first uniquely digital
JASIS, 51(2), 2000, pp. 202-205.
(Dillon's draft Wiley)
Brian E. Brewington and George Cybenko
"How dynamic is the web?"
November 21, 2000