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Cataloging in Transformation: New Trends and Future Outlook

Poster presented at the LCDP Luminary Class, June 2012. With rapidly changing technology, more and more libraries are building digital collections and shifting focus to online discovery environment. More and more resources are published in electronic format, which leaves libraries with less and less physical material to catalog and process. Cataloging practice is experiencing big changes as we respond to the new trends of digitization, multiple metadata standards, outsourcing, batch processing, next-generation catalogs, and new standards and concepts for information organization. This research intends to explore new trends and future outlooks and plans in the cataloging practice of libraries of all kinds.

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Top Three Issues in the Long-Term Preservation, Management and Curation of Scientific Data in Digital Form

Brady idenitifies three issues in long-term preservation, management, and curation of digital scientific data and information—linkage of data sets, confidentiality, and institutional models—for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by Suzanne Carbotte

Position paper regarding challenges facing the long-term preservation and management of digital data for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by Robert S. Chen

Position paper for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation. Chen idenitifies three issues in long-term preservation, management, and curation of digital scientific data and information: digital rights management, new institutional partnerships, and science education and community outreach.

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper from Johns Hopkins

Position paper discusses the library's role in digital preservation and data curation for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Key Issues in New Partnerships

Paul Constantine position paper on key issues in the context of new partnerships for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: The Reference Desk and Technical Memoranda

Peter Cornillon's position paper on the evolving role of the reference desk in finding and accessing data, and on the preservation of gray literature for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation..

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