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by Susan E. Ketcham,Michael J. Aloi

Download Digital Collections Worldwide: An Annotated Directory eBook
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1555707017
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Susan E. Ketcham,Michael J. Aloi
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Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc.; 1 edition (February 28, 2011)
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An invaluable resource for anyone wishing to take full advantage of what the web has to offer, this extensively annotated and thoroughly indexed guide organizes and describes the contents of thousands of important digital collections around the globe.

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Michael J. Aloi Marjorie Fusco Susan E. Ketcham She co-authored the book Distance Learning for Higher Education: An Annotated. Ketcham. Susan E. Ketcham is a Professor and Reference Librarian at Long Island University in Brentwood, New York. Prior to her current position, she was a cataloger for over twenty years. She also teaches at the Long Island University Palmer School of Library and Information Science.

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The digitization of collections around the world offers tremendous opportunity for researchers on almost any subject. But how does one know what's available? That problem is masterfully addressed by Digital Collections Worldwide, another cutting-edge research tool from Neal-Schuman. An invaluable resource for anyone wishing to take full advantage of what the web has to offer, this extensively annotated and thoroughly indexed guide organizes and describes the contents of thousands of important digital collections around the globe. Organized geographically by continent, each chapter begins with an overview of the continent and digital collections relevant to the continent as a whole, and then provides separate sections for individual nations, introducing important digital collections and offering descriptions of their scope and purpose. Detailed information is then provided on each collection and each of its segments, including links to representative material. Pointing the way to many valuable and informative collections that are currently highly underutilized, the guide helps both librarians and researchers answer questions such as: What is the subject matter and content of the digitization project?; What institution, organization, library, museum or other host is making the information available? This unique resource speaks to one of the more difficult challenges facing reference librarians today. By describing a vast array of resources not commonly represented in fixed library collections or discoverable via popular search engines such as Google, it promises to extend the research capabilities of any library, however small. A companion website gives librarians and researchers all of the links found in the book so researchers can avoid transcribing the often-lengthy URLs.