D-Lib Magazine

October 1996
ISSN 1082-9873


Guest Editorial: Why computer modeling should become a popular hobby
Kenneth D. Forbus, Northwestern University

From the Editor: Pandora's Box
To the Editor: HyperNews

Stories and Briefings

DogitaLS1: A Digital Library System Based on Hyper- G
Klaus Tochtermann
Texas A&M University
Thomas Alders
Dortmund University

DogitaLS1: Ein digitales Bibliothekssystem auf der Basis von Hyper-G

Digital Labels for Digital Libraries
Robert Thibadeau
Carnegie Mellon University

Repository Interoperability Workshop: Towards a Repository Reference Model
William L. Scherlis
Carnegie Mellon University

Digital Conversion of Research Library Materials: A Case for Full-Informational Capture
Stephen Chapman
Anne R. Kenney
Cornell University Library

Clips and Pointers

  • Point-to-Point
  • EEVL: NETworking Aid for Engineers
  • WebMedLit: Free Access to Journals in Clinical Topics and Human Epidemiology
  • Stanford University Libraries: Copyright and Fair Use
  • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
  • Argos: Experimental Search Engine for Ancient and Medieval Resources
  • In Print
  • UCSF Center for Knowledge Management Draft Guide for Creating Core Descriptive Metadata
  • Library of Congress Classification System
  • Categories for the Description of Works of Art
  • The 1996 National Survey of Public Libraries and the Internet: Progress and Issues: Final Report
  • The Future of Networking Technologies for Learning
  • Workshop Summary: Technology Issues for Terms and Conditions
    James R. Davis, Xerox PARC, and Judith Klavans, Columbia University
  • Goings On
  • WebNet 96, October 15-19, 1996
  • American Society for Information Science (ASIS) Annual Meeting, October 19-20, 1996
  • American Medical Informatics Association, October 26-30, 1996
  • IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization (Info Vis '96), October 27-November 1, 1996
  • Pointers in this Column
  • The Technology Spotlight

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