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Fri Mar 21 17:04:09 2014 UTClccn-nr970220240.00JISC digest0.631.00Splashes and ripples synthesizing the evidence on the impact of digital resources /138053727nr 970220244375742Higher Education Funding Council for England. Joint Information Systems CommitteeJISCJISC AbkuerzungJoint Information Systems Committee (UK)UK Joint Information Systems Committeelccn-no95047013Electronic Libraries Programme (Great Britain)lccn-n95034365Library Information Technology Centrelccn-n88645163National Preservation Officelccn-n96063639Ford, PeterProfessoredtlccn-n87125519Boys, Josedtlccn-n85260775Feeney, M.(Mary)1948-lccn-n84081974Economic and Social Research Council (Great Britain)lccn-nb99052243Halliday, Leahlccn-nb98079722Beagrie, Neillccn-n93121210Greenstein, Daniel I.Joint Information Systems CommitteeConference proceedingsPeriodicalsCatalogsDirectoriesAbstractsDigital preservationGreat BritainInternet in higher educationUniversities and colleges--Business managementElectronic commerceElectronic information resourcesDigital librariesLibrary information networksDocument deliveryInterlibrary loansElectronic Libraries Programme (Great Britain)Library materials--DigitizationInformation technologySocial sciences--ResearchSocial sciences--Computer network resourcesElectronic recordsUniversities and colleges--Data processingLibrary administration--Technological innovationsManagement information systemsAcademic libraries--AdministrationEducation, HigherOrganizational changeHumanities librariesCommunication in learning and scholarshipLibrariesHumanities--ResearchInformation networksInformation scienceData librariesEducationDissertations, AcademicElectronic journalsElectronic dissertationsMetadataZ39.50 Explain FacilityZ39.50 Profile for Access to Digital CollectionsCollection level catalogingInformation services--ManagementLibraries--AutomationJoint Information Systems CommitteeSocial sciences--Research--Information servicesAcademic libraries--AutomationComputer-assisted instructionScholarly electronic publishingElectronic publishingLibrary administrationCollection development (Libraries)Education, Higher--Data processingEducation--Data processingLibrary cooperation1992199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220131600311429378.106LB2341.921833ocn145732913book20080.79The e-revolution and post-compulsory education : using e-business models to deliver quality educationDiscussing what is meant by e-business and why e-business approaches are relevant to universities and colleges, this book considers debates about ICT and higher education in relation to the provision of post-secondary education as a whole+-+21346906951077ocn042913434book19990.63Feeney, MDigital culture : maximising the nation's investment ; a synthesis of JISC/NPO studies on the preservation of electronic materialsConference proceedings582ocn059377223book19980.81Beagrie, NeilA strategic framework for creating and preserving digital resources : a JISC/NPO study within the Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme on the preservation of electronic materials543ocn041389421book19990.73Document delivery beyond 2000 : proceedings of a conference held at the British Library, September 1998, and sponsored by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) of the Higher Education Funding Councils, as part of its Electronic Libraries Programme (eLib)Conference proceedings352ocn179888640com0.35British official publications collaborative reader service313ocn040457367book19970.53The impact of on-demand publishing and electronic reserve on teaching, students and libraries in higher education in the UK : a supporting study in the JISC Electronic Libraries (eLib) ProgrammeA supporting study in the JISC Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme301ocn048221594com0.81Social science information gatewaySOSIG is freely available over the Internet with the aims to provide a trusted source of selected, high quality Internet information for students, academics, researchers and practitioners in the social sciences, business and law. It is part of the UK Resource Discovery Network. The service consists of three components: 1. SOSIG Internet Catalogue, which is an online database of high quality Internet resources. It offers users the chance to read descriptions of resources available over the Internet and to access those resources directly. Searchable by subject area, the Catalogue points to thousands of resources, selected and described by a librarian or academic; 2. Social Science Search Engine, which is a database of over 50,000 social science Web pages. The resources have been collected by software called 'harvester.' All the pages stem from the main Internet catalogue. This provides the equivalent of a social science search engine; 3. Social Science Grapevine, which is the 'people oriented' side of SOSIG, offering a unique online source of career development opportunities for social science researchers in all sectors. Grapevine carries details of relevant training and development opportunities from employers and training providers293ocn040800812book19980.47Hendley, A. MComparison of methods of digital preservation : a JISC/NPO study within the Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme on the preservation of electronic materials2911ocn039606746book19970.56Haynes, DavidResponsibility for digital archiving and long term access to digital data : a JISC/NPO study within the Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme on the Preservation of Electronic MaterialsConference proceedings283ocn041389570book19970.39Brophy, PeterManagement information systems and performance measurement for the electronic library (MIEL2)271ocn040840474book19980.53Lievesley, Denise ADigital preservation needs of universities and research funders : a JISC/NPO study within the Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme on the preservation of electronic materials245ocn060260432book19950.47Joint Information Systems CommitteeGuidelines for developing an information strategy231ocn044997268book19990.47Banwell, LindaManaging organisational change in the hybrid library : a supporting study in the JISC Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme223ocn058556526book19960.47Parkinson, NeilAccessing our humanities collections : a subject guide for researchersCatalogsDirectories211ocn181898063serial0.37UKDA news : the newsletter of the UK data archivePeriodicals191ocn040457616book19970.59Impact of electronic and multi-media journals on scholarly communications : two eLib study reports192ocn318414468file0.90EThOS electronic theses online service : opening access to UK thesesAbstractsEThOS makes UK theses (e and paper based) available via a 'one-stop-shop' by harvesting e-theses from institutional repositories and digitising paper theses on-demand from researchers. The British Library, in collaboration with many UK universities and other associations, aims to provide over 250,000 theses produced by the UK higher education system on an open access model to all researchers and others requiring information. Some theses are available for immediate download, while others can be requested from a participating institution which then sends the thesis to the British Library for digitisation192ocn053857147serial0.47JISC informPeriodicals191ocn310158008file0.47University of LiverpoolTicTOCs journal table of contents serviceTicTOCs is a table of content aggregator service that facilitates finding journal table of contents available via RSS feeds192ocn044997295book19990.56Collection level description : a review of existing practice : a supporting study in the JISC Electronic Libraries (eLib) ProgrammeThis study reviews existing practice for collection level description, as it exists in the library, archival, museum, and Internet communities. It begins by providing a discussion on what the term "collection" means, firstly from the perspective of libraries, museums, and archives, and then taking a look at the more recent meaning of the term as it is used on the World Wide Web. Finally, a detailed look is taken at some of the existing schemes that are used for collection and service description22ocn166472770book20050.47Joint Information Systems CommitteeAnnual review 2004-200521ocn727363138com20111.00Meyer, Eric TSplashes and ripples synthesizing the evidence on the impact of digital resources"Digitised materials representing the world's cultural heritage are part of a growing trend towards a world in which knowledge is digitally stored, available on demand, and constantly growing. As the world becomes digital and the globally connected 'digital brain' holds the shared knowledge of the world, the materials of the past need to be included in order to ensure that our collective memory online encompasses not just the present and the future, but also the past. This report is an effort to begin to synthesize the evidence available under the JISC deigitisation and eContent programmes to better understand the patterns of usage of digitised collections in research and teaching, in the UK and beyond. ...."21ocn226000812serialJoint Information Systems CommitteeJISC digestPeriodicals21ocn048397841com0.47JISCmail: National Academic Mailing List ServiceJISCmail is an electronic mail service funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), and aimed at the academic community in the United Kingdom. The service is based at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory of the Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils (CLRC), in Didcot, Oxfordshire, England. JISCmail provides access to a collection of Listservs, covering such topics as arts and design, biological sciences, business, computing, humanities, languages and cultures, physical sciences, and education, among others. Users can browse the Listservs alphabetically. A site search form is available11ocn048256290comArchives of SHAKESPEARE@JISCMAIL. AC. UKJISCmail is an electronic mailing list service funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), and aimed at the academic community in the United Kingdom. JISCmail provides access to the archives of SHAKESPEARE@JISCMAIL. AC. UK. This Listserv promotes an exchange of information regarding the teaching of works written by the English dramatist and poet William Shakespeare (1564-1616), in higher education. Instructions for joining and leaving the Listserv are available. A site search form is provided11ocn221253536com20080.47Beer, EmmaThe Strategic Content Alliance a presentation on the work of the SCA11ocn863506205book0.47Joint Information Systems Committee[Miscellaneous publications]11ocn236365308com20070.47Estelle, LorraineConsortium purchase and e-licensing+-+2134690695+-+2134690695Fri Mar 21 16:07:27 EDT 2014batch22880