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What Do You Think?
by Bonita Wilson

To the Editor: Letters

Institutional Repositories: Partnering with Faculty to Enhance Scholarly Communication
Richard K. Johnson, SPARC

The NSF National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Digital Library (NSDL) Program: New Projects in Fiscal Year 2002
Lee L. Zia, National Science Foundation

Software for Building a Full-Featured Discipline-Based Web Portal: The Scout Portal Toolkit
Edward Almasy, David Sleasman, and Rachael Bower, University of Wisconsin - Madison

image of bottlenose dolphin

False-colored image representing bone density variation in the skull of the bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus. Lateral and dorsal views.
Copyright DigiMorph.Org and The University of Texas at Austin. Used with permission. Digital Morphology is D-Lib Magazine's featured collection this month.


A Metadata Framework Developed at the Tsinghua University Library to Aid in the Preservation of Digital Resources
Jingfang Niu, Tsinghua University

A Scalable Architecture for Harvest-Based Digital Libraries: The ODU/Southampton Experiments
Xiaoming Liu, Kurt Maly, Mohammad Zubair, and Michael L. Nelson, Old Dominion University; and Tim Brody, Stevan Harnad, and Les Carr, University of Southampton

The Design and Evaluation of Interactivities in a Digital Library
Muniram Budhu and Anita Coleman, University of Arizona

Conference Reports
Report on the Third International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR 2002): 14 - 17 October 2002, Paris, France
Bonita Wilson, Corporation for National Research Initiatives

Report on the 2nd Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative, Gaining Independence with e-Print Archives and OAI: 17 - 19 October 2002, CERN, Switzerland
Michael L. Nelson, Old Dominion University; Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory; and Carl Lagoze, Cornell University

Digital Morphology
Julian Humphries, University of Texas at Austin

Report on ISMIR 2002 Conference Panel I: Music Information Retrieval Evaluation Frameworks
J. Stephen Downie, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Report on ISMIR 2002 Conference Panel II: OMRAS Approach to Music Information Retrieval in the Real World
Tim Crawford, City University, London

Report on ISMIR 2002 Conference Panel III: Similarity in Music
Ludger Hofmann-Engl, The Link

The History of ISMIR - A Short Happy Tale
Donald Byrd, Indiana University and Michael Fingerhut, IRCAM

PORTAL: Presenting NatiOnal Resources To Audiences Locally
Liz Pearce, University of Hull

Rights and Self-archiving: The RoMEO Project
Elizabeth Gadd, Loughborough University

The Cybrarian Project
Atu Sharda, UK Department for Education and Skills

International Children's Digital Library to Host 10,000 Books
Jeff Ubois, The Internet Archive

MARC4J Open Source Software
Bas Peters, MARC4J

In the News: Recent Press Releases and Announcements


In Print

Point to Point

Calls for Participation

Goings On

Deadline Reminders


(On November 19, 2002 the spelling of Rachael Bower's name was corrected.)


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DOI: 10.1045/november2002-contents

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