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World Digital Libraries: An International Journal

World Digital Libraries: An International Journal

  • Frequency:2 issues a year
  • ISSN: 0974-567X
  • Online ISSN: 0975-7597

Journal Details

World Digital Libraries is an international peer-reviewed biannual journal. The journal seeks quality research papers that present original theoretical approaches. It also seeks experimental case studies related to digital library developments, maintenance and dissemination  of  digital information focusing on research and integration of knowledge at the interface of resources and development. The journal will, therefore, keep readers abreast with the current developments and contain articles, reviews, current developments, and case studies, encompassing the following areas.

  • Theoretical and methodological issues that relate to the interrelationships among   electronic resources management, digital preservation, multiple access, multilinguality, copyright issues, and security aspects.
  • Theoretical approaches as well as experimental case studies related to digital library development  and maintenance. 
  • Initiatives towards digitization through lucid case studies.
  • Current developments across the globe.
  • Dialogues between the scientific community and society at large.

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Show Abstract Issue -Vol.9(1) June 2016

  • Analysing and Representing Data Management Dimensions in Research and Innovation Actions

    Heike Görzig: University of Hagen, Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Science, Universitätsstrasse 1, D-58097 Hagen, Germany, (E): Heike.Goerzig@fernuni-hagen.de
    Benjamin Gernhardt: University of Hagen, Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Science, Universitätsstrasse 1, D-58097 Hagen, Germany, (E): Benjamin.Gernhardt@fernuni-hagen.de
    Felix Engel: University of Hagen, Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Science, Universitätsstrasse 1, D-58097 Hagen, Germany, (E): Felix.Engel@fernuni-hagen.de
    Tobias Vogel: University of Hagen, Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Science, Universitätsstrasse 1, D-58097 Hagen, Germany, (E): Tobias.Vogel@fernuni-hagen.de
    Reagan Moore: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 312 Lenoir Dr, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, (E): rwmoore@renci.org
    Matthias L Hemmje: University of Hagen, Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Science, Chair of Multimedia and Internet Applications, Universitätsstrasse 1, D-58097 Hagen, Germany,+49-2331-987-304, (E): Matthias.Hemmje@fernuni-hagen.de

    DOI: 10.18329/09757597/2016/9101

  • Comparison of Design and Content Features of North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU) and Mizoram University (MZU) Websites: A Study

    Ksh. Krishna Devi: PhD Research Scholar, Department of Library and Information Science, Mizoram University, Aizawl, (E): krsna.devi@gmail.com
    Dr Manoj Kumar Verma: Assistant Professor, Department of Library and Information Science, Mizoram University, Aizawl. (E): manojdlis@mzu.edu.in

    DOI: 10.18329/09757597/2016/9102

  • Plagiarism in Academia is Ignorance or Mensrea: A Contemplation

    Dr Priya Rai: Deputy Librarian, NLU, Delhi
    Dr Akash Singh: Assistant Librarian, NLU, Delhi
    Dr Samar Iqbal Bakshi: Assistant Librarian, NLU, Delhi

    DOI: 10.18329/09757597/2016/9103

  • Digital Library of India: An Initiative for the Preservation and Dissemination of the National Heritage and Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection

    Debal C Kar: University Librarian, Ambedkar University Delhi, Delhi, India. (E): debal@aud.ac.in

    DOI: 10.18329/09757597/2016/9104

  • Convergence and Preservation in the Digital Age*

    *This paper builds upon on a joint paper by Brown and Harvey (2013) that explores the need for an integrated aproach to preservaion in the context of convergence and presented at the IFLA World Library and Information conference August 2013.

     
    Heather Brown: Assistant Director, Paper and Books, Artlab Australia, and Project Officer, State Library of South Australia for the LIM/ARM Program at the University of South Australia. (E): Heather.Brown@sa.gov.au

    DOI: 10.18329/09757597/2016/9105

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