Digital information strategies

This resource provides a summary and summation of key themes, advances, and trends in all aspects of digital information at the present time, exploring the impact of developing technologies on the information world.

Bibliographic Details
Main Authors: Baker, David 1952- (Author), Evans, Wendy 1968- (Author)
Corporate Author: Gale Group
Resource Type: Electronic Resource
Published: Waltham, MA Chandos Publishing [2016]
Series:Chandos digital information review series.
Online Access:Available for University of the Philippines Diliman via Gale Virtual Reference Library. Click here to access
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Digital information strategies / David Baker and Wendy Evans
  • part I. Strategy
  • 2. Strategic futures for digital information services / Chris Batt, PhD
  • part II. Research
  • 3. Great libraries? Good libraries? Digital collection development and what it means for our great research collections / Caroline Brazier
  • 4. Research information management / Neil Jacobs
  • 5. Digital research data: where are we now? / Tibor Koltay
  • part III. Linked data
  • 6. From linked open data to linked open knowledge / Geoff Browell
  • part IV. Technology
  • 7. Transforming libraries from physical to virtual / Diana L. H. Chan and Edward F. Spodick
  • 8. People's technology: where is the line? / Stephen Akintunde
  • 9. Swedish local politicians' views on public library digital services / Katarina Michnik
  • 10. Conceptualising the library collection for the digital world / Angharad Roberts
  • 11. From clients to participants - how information technology impacts relationships between professionals and users / Carl Gustav Johannsen
  • 12. 'Where' matters: keeping apace with geo-ubiquity in a digital world / Conor Smyth
  • 13. Digital data and the city: an exploration of the building blocks of a smart city architecture / John van de Pas, Geert-Jan van Bussel, Mettina Veenstra and Frans Jorna
  • part V. The internet and users/user behaviour
  • 14. Thriving in the digital age: conquests, challenges, and thoughts on school libraries / Daniella Smith
  • 15. Knowing your users, discovering your library: an overview of the characteristics of user generations / Evgenia Vassilakaki
  • part VI. Digital media
  • 16. Presence, permeability and playfulness: future library architecture in the digital era / Charlie Smith
  • part VII. Collaboration
  • 17. Strategic futures: partnering for student success / Bruce Massis.