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Changing the Default: Taking Aboriginal Systems of Accountability Seriously
(World Anthropologies Network, 2006-05)
In what follows, the author examines how recent indigenous digital projects challenge both expanded copyright laws as a means to “protect” indigenous culture and the very notion of “communal” rights as the primary state ...
From Local Catalog to World Wide Web: Google Scholar, Open WorldCat and the OCLC eSerial Holdings Pilot
Google Scholar, Open WorldCat and the OCLC eSerial Holdings Pilot Project have moved the availability of library-subscribed electronic resources from local catalogs, electronic journal lists, and link resolvers to the World ...
Conducting Archival Research Online with the NWDA
A presentation on using the Northwest Digital Archives to locate collections of primary sources relating to Native Americans.
Streaming audio with synchronized transcripts utilizing SMIL.
The purpose of this paper is to describe developmental work with SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) to synchronize transcript captions with streaming audio. Design/methodology/approach: This paper provides ...
Print versus electronic journal use in three sci/tech disciplines: the cultural shift in process
This study examines journal use in three scientific disciplines. A previous study found that print use increased after electronic access was added. This paper uses the same methods to determine if the increase in the use ...
First time attendee conference report
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2006)
Building a digital repository WSU-style
If You Build It, Will They Learn? Assessing Online Information Literacy Tutorials.
(College and Research Libraries, 2006-11)
With the support of an internal grant, the Washington State University Library Instruction Department was able to undertake an assessment program to measure the use and effectiveness of online tutorials built by the ...