1994: Literary texts in an electronic age: scholarly implications and library services
31st Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing (1994). Edited by Brett Sutton.
The papers in Literary texts in an electronic age: scholarly implications and library services explore the potential of electronic texts in the humanities and describe the possible roles for libraries as electronic books take the place of printed ones.
The complete full text of the proceedings is available here as well as the individual papers. The papers are:
- Authors and readers in an age of electronic texts - Jay David Bolter
- Electronic texts in the Humanities: A coming of age - Susan Hockey
- The Text Encoding Initiative: Electronic text markup for research - C.M. Sperberg-McQueen
- Electronic texts and multimedia in the academic library: A view from the front line - Anita K. Lowry
- Humanizing information technology: Cultural evolution and the institutionalization of electronic text publishing - Mark Tyler Day
- Cohabiting with copyright on the nets - Mary Brandt Jensen
- The role of the scholarly publisher in an electronic environment - Lorrie LeJeune
- The feasibility of wide-area textual analysis systems in libraries: A practical analysis - John Price-Wilkin
- The scholar and his library in the computer age - James W. Marchand
- The challenges of electronic texts n the library: Bibliographic control and access - Rebecca S. Guenther
- Durkheim's imperative: The role of Humanities faculty in the information technologies revolution - Robert Alun Jones
- The Materiality of the Book: Another Turn of the Screw - Terry Belanger
The Proceedings of the Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing have been digitized through the Open Content Alliance at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)This paper describes the goals and work of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), an international cooperative project to develop and disseminate guidelines for the encoding and interchange of electronic text for ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)This paper discusses the textual and software resources necessary for the establishment of a generalized wide-area textual analysis system. A distinction is made between textual analytical systems and text retrieval systems. ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1994)The advent of powerful high-speed computers and the development of networked information resources have freed the scholar from the limitations of his private library, but new problems have arisen. Lack of standardization ...
Electronic texts and hypermedia databases can be invaluable resources for helping students engage and understand primary sources in the Humanities. In addition, the ability not only to interact with existing electronic ...
Scholarly publishing has changed as a result of a shrinking market for specialized materials, increased production costs, and advances in computer technology. Publishing on CD-ROM or on the Internet offers reduced production ...