Digital Libraries

The prospects for building digital libraries to support cyberschools and virtual universities are quite promising, but these new knowledge management centers have their own challenges and problems. These holdings address those concerns.


American Memory, Building Digital Collections: Technical Information and Background Papers --

Archived Online-Ed Articles, University of Melbourne --

Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School -- --

Cisco Educational Archives --

Data & Program Library Service, University of Wisconsin-Madison --

Digital Libraries '95, The Second Annual Conference on the Theory and Practice of Digitial Libraries --

Digital Library and Archives --

DLF, Digital Library Federation, Council on Library and Information Resources --

Electronic Library, Open University of Hong Kong --

Library of Congress: Ameritech, Award-Winning Collections Online --

Library of Congress: Electronic Texts and Publishing Resources --

Open Society Archives, Central European University --

Open University Library, The Open University, UK --

Pedagogy for Web-Based Education --

The Internet Public Library --

UltiBASE: A World Wide Web Service for Tertiary Educators --

Virtual Learning Community Resources --

Web Based Learning Resources Library --

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