INF 397.3 - Digital Libraries ResearchSchool of Information - The University of Texas at Austin
Spring, 2010

Resources

Only the readings in the first section below are required, but you might find some of the supplemental readings and other resources useful.

Required Readings

All required readings are available either from publicly-accessible links or as PDFs from the course EReserves page.

Supplemental Readings

The readings below are not required but do relate directly to the topics and other readings in this course. If you have the time, reading them will be a worthwhile supplement to the required reading. These are are available either from publicly-accessible links or as PDFs from the course EReserves page.

Supplemental Textbooks

The books below provide useful perspectives on research.

The books below provide in-depth perspectives on digital libraries and are available in the electronic NetLibrary accessible through the UT Library (thus they require a UT EID).

Resources for Research Methods

Resources for Statistics

Guides for Presenting Research and Citing References

Digital Library Resources

Digital Library Literature

Good starting points for finding digital library articles and information:

Digital Library History and Future

Digital Library Planning and Development

Metadata

Object Management

Preservation and Archiving

Funding, Marketing, and Sustainability

Intellectual Property

Related Technologies

©Gary Geisler
geisler@ischool.utexas.edu
Last revised April 12, 2010