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1Cole, T.W..: Using OAI : innovations in the sharing of information.
In: Library hi tech. 21(2003) no.2, S.115-117.
Abstract: The tradition of union catalogs and similar broad-based, comprehensive bibliographic utilities and tools is one of long standing in the discipline of librarianship. As we move towards greater reliance on digital primary sources, the sharing of information about what we hold in our digital collections intuitively seems of increasing import and value as a way to organize and manage the explosion of online information resources. The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting enables effective and efficient sharing of digital metadata and is being utilized across a wide spectrum of disciplines and digital library projects. Experience to date gives reason for optimism and provides evidence and confirmation that, even as the technologies we use evolve, the intellectual framework of our tradition persists and continues to be relevant.
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2Shreeves, S.L. ; Kaczmarek, J.S. ; Cole, T.W.: Harvesting cultural heritage metadata using OAI Protocol.
In: Library hi tech. 21(2003) no.2, S.159-161.
Abstract: In July of 2001, with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign undertook a project to test the efficacy of using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting to construct a search and discovery service focused on information resources in the domain of cultural heritage. To date, the Illinois project has indexed over two million Dublin Core metadata records contributed by 39 metadata repositories in the museum, academic library, and digital library project communities. These records describe a mix of digital and analog primary content. Our analysis of these metadata records demonstrates wide divergence in descriptive metadata practices and the use and interpretation of Dublin Core metadata elements. Differences are particularly notable by community. This article provides an overview of the Illinois project, presents quantitative data about divergent metadata practices and element usage patterns, and details implications for metadata providers and harvesting services.
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3Cole, T.W. ; Mischo, W.H. ; Habing, T.G. ; Ferrer, R.H.: Using XML and XSLT to process and render online journals.
In: Library hi tech. 19(2001) no.3, S.210-222.
Abstract: Describes an approach to the processing and presentation of online full-text journals that utilizes several evolving information technologies, including extensible markup language (XML) and extensible stylesheet language transformations (XSLT). Discusses major issues and trade-offs associated with these technologies, and also specific lessons learned from our use of these technologies in the Illinois Testbed of full-text journal articles. Focuses especially on issues associated with the representation of documents in XML, techniques to create and normalize metadata describing XML document instances, XSLT features employed in the Illinois Testbed, and trade-offs of different XSLT implementation options. Pays special attention to techniques for transforming between XML and HTML formats for rendering in today's commercial Web browsers.
Inhalt: Vgl. auch unter: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/10.1108/07378830110405067.
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren
5Cole, T.W.: Mosaic on public-access PCs : letting the World-Wide Web into the library.
In: Computers in libraries. 15(1995) no.1, S.44-55.
Abstract: The Grainger Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, provides Internet access from its OPAC terminals. Highlights lessons learned in installing and configuring the Mosaic access client and setting up a rudimentary WWW server. Describes installation and use of Mosaic, systems to reduce security risks, the use of Multipurpose Inter Mail Extensions (MIME) to identify the nature of a field to be retrieved over the Int, production of HTML documents, setting up the WWW server, and future development
Objekt: Mosaic ; WWW
6Cole, T.W. ; Kazmer, M.M.: SGML as a component of the digital library.
In: Library hi tech. 13(1995) no.4, S.75-90.
Abstract: Sets out the background, history and distinguishing characteristics of SGML as an electronic format for handling electronic records and for electronic publishing. Describes available SGML authoring tools and editing packages. Assesses the suitability of SGML for electronic document delivery and document distribution systems for libraries (electronic library concept) with particular reference to the Illinois University at Urbana-Champaign Digital Library project. Contrasts the willingness with which publishers have embraced SGML with the problems that still need to be overcome in its implementation
Themenfeld: Elektronisches Publizieren
7Wall, C.E. ; Cole, T.W. ; Kazmer, M.M.: HyperText MARCup : a conceptualization for encoding, de-constructing, searching, retrieving, and using traditional knowledge tools.
In: Reference services review. 23(1995) no.4, S.13-18.
Abstract: Pierian Press and the University of Illinois have been experimenting with directly parsing classified, analytical bibliographies into an electronic structure using the respective strengths of both HTML and MARC. This structure, which is explained and illustrated in this article, mitigates the weaknesses of each standard by drawing on the strengths of the other. The resulting electronic knowledge constructs can be mounted on local library systems and function as dynamic maps onto a specified subset of resources on those systems. Linkages can be added and/or removed to customize each construct to local holdings and/or needs
Themenfeld: Datenformate ; Hypertext
Objekt: HTML ; MARC
8Cole, T.W.: Design and development of a library information workstation.
In: Proceedings of the Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing: held April 5-7 1992 at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Ed. by L.C. Smith and P.W. Dalrymple. Illinois : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, 1993. S.48-76.
Abstract: Describes the design and continuing development of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library Information Workstation, which provides the primary, in-library user acces to ILLINET Online Plus, the library's extended OPAC system. Briefly describes the automated library information resources and information processing environment as they have influenced the design and development of the Library Information Workstation. Discusses its philosophy and approach in the context of relevant information access issues and user needs and requirements. Features of the current Library Information Workstation implementation are then described using illustrations focused particularly on integrated access to local (resident on individual workstations) information fields and an integrated end user interface for bibliographic database searching. Ongoing development plans also are discussed briefly
9Mischo, W.H. ; Cole, T.W.: ¬The Illinois extended OPAC : library information workstation design and development.
In: Advances in online public access catalogs. 1(1992). Westport : Meckler, 1992. S.38-57.
Abstract: Describes ILLINET Online Plus: the extended OPAC developed by Illinois Univ. at Urbana-Champaign Library. Describes in detail the component of the information workstation designed to provide improved access to local periodical index databases (the BRS/SEARCH interface)