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1Giral, A.: Digital image libraries and the teaching of art and architectural history.
In: Art libraries journal. 23(1998) no.4, S.18-25.
Abstract: Considers whether museums and libraries can profit from sharing their information, visual or textual, and whether direct access to digital archives is a more logical or economic way to develop access to images for teaching and research than assembling local collections. Describes recent digital image library projects in the USA and their impact on the teaching practices of art and architectural property, metadata and evolving cataloguing practice, image quality, and the different costs of creation and delivery. Looks at other potential benefits such as the preservation of fragile illustrated texts through digital imaging
Anmerkung: Revised version of a paper presented at the Art Libraries Section Workshop during the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 20 Aug 1998
Wissenschaftsfach: Kunst ; Architektur
Behandelte Form: Bilder
2Giral, A. ; Dixon, J.: ¬The virtual museum comes to campus : two perspectives on the Museum Educational Site Licensing Project of the Getty Art History Information Progrma.
In: Inspel. 30(1996) no.3, S.223-230.
Abstract: Describes a landmark project jointly launched by the Getty Art History Information Program (AHIP) and MUSE Educational Media to address key issues in the educational use of museum images and related information delivered over computer networks. The Museum Educational Site Licensing Project will enable museum and educational communities to develop common solutions to problems now inhibiting the development of computerized learning tools for the study of art and culture. The pilot project will test the distribution of art images and information from 6 museums to 7 universities. Participating institutions will resolve issues of intellectual property rights, network security and information standards, defining the terms and conditions for the educational use of museum images and information on campus networks. The project was started in Dec 94 and is expected to run through Jan 94. Describes the work in progress from the perspectives of one of the participating museums (Museum of Fine Arts, Houston)
Anmerkung: Vgl.: hhtp://www.umcp.umd.edu/MESL/home.html
3Busch, J.A. ; Giral, A.: Subsidizing end user access to research databases : from card file to the World Wide Web.
In: Inspel. 30(1996) no.3, S.286-296.
Abstract: Reviews work of the Getty Art History Information Program (AHIP), recently renamed the Getty Information Institute, where humanities scholars were trained in DIALOG online searching and then allowed 24 hour unlimited access to DIALOG searching and DIALOG databases and where complete transaction logs were taken to yield the data upon which the Getty Online Searching Project was based. Summarizes results of the study of this subsidized access which was reported in a series of papers by M.J. Bates, who found that searching patterns of humanities researchers differed substantially from previous studies in the sciences and social sciences disciplines. Presents a model of the relative merits and opportunities associated with the various contractual arrangements and incentive strategies employed by AHIP with vendors such as DIALOG, consortia such as the Research Libraries Group, and a CD-ROM publication programme, compared to print publications and the experimental offer of access to some of the AHIP databases over the WWW. The arguments are illustrated by means of 2 case studies, involving: changes in pricing of the Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals; and the Getty Online Searching Project