1996: Libraries, People, and Change: A Research Forum on Digital Libraries
Allerton Park Institute Proceedings (no. 38, 1996); Edited by Ann P. Bishop and David M.Levy
The purpose of Allerton '96 is to bring together people from various disciplines who have been involved in research and practice related to how people use digital libraries (DLs). Our intent is provide an informal and convivial environment that will help nurture this emerging community. A particular focus is understanding the contributions and implications of applying different theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches from the social sciences to DL research. Emphasis throughout will be on relating research approaches to important research questions and findings, and on the role of, and interactions among, people involved in creating and using DLs.
Libraries, People, and Change: A Research Forum on Digital Libraries (Papers presented at the Allerton Park Institute held October 27-29, 1996) (Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996)[These proceedings were captured from the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine; as such, outgoing links may retain the original structure captured by the Internet Archive. E-mail addresses may no longer be active. In addition, ...