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Database manager's report
The new Summit: Building the foundation for enhanced user services
(Oregon Library Association, 2009-04)
Using a native XML database for Encoded Archival Description search and retrieval
The Northwest Digital Archives (NWDA) is a National Endowment for the Humanities–funded effort by fifteen institutions in the Pacific Northwest to create a finding-aids repository. Approximately 2,300 finding aids that ...
Building a digital repository WSU-style
Building next-generation archival access tools
With the launch of large-scale book digitization projects by companies such as Google and Microsoft, libraries will increasingly be distinguished by their special and archival collections, and by the services that they ...
Where archives and special collections meet Web 2.0: Building next-generation archival tools
With the launch of large-scale book digitization projects, libraries will increasingly be distinguished by their special and archival collections, and by the services that they offer to provide access to these collections. ...
Enhancing metadata to support preservation in a repository system
Currently, the WSU Libraries is implementing an institutional repository system, WSU Research Exchange, designed to host the scholarly output of WSU faculty and other member of the university community. As one step in ...
Utilizing the benefits of native XML database technologies
This presentation will provide information on the strengths of native XML technology, including a comparison of native XML with more widely-used relational database management systems. As a specific example, information ...
From proposal to program: Seven years of the Northwest Digital Archives
Northwest Digital Archives--a 31-institution consortium of archives in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska--was "born" at Online Northwest in 2001. In seven years, the consortium has built a successful program ...