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Ancient Greek libraries
The problems of studying the libraries of Ancient Greece, caused by the lack of physical evidence of their existence, are discussed. Particular attention is given to the library at Alexandria.
Collaborative Ownership in Cross-Cultural Educational Digital Library Design
This paper details research into building a Collaborative Educational Resource Design model by investigating two contrasting Kenyan / UK design case-studies and an evaluation of end-users and designers’ perceptions of ...
Digital Library Tools
(Ιόνιο Πανεπιστήμιο, 2004)
Every library is in a different place in completing their goal of becoming a “digital library.” Some libraries have a wealth of commercial e-content that could be more utilized, other libraries aim to integrate archival ...
Assessing use intention and usability of mobile devices in a hybrid environment
During the last decades many information providers, such as libraries, have been collecting, organizing and delivering information in both print and digital format, forming a hybrid information environment. However, ...
Research opportunities in the Modern Greek Collection in the Classics Library at the University of Cincinnati
From its inception in the early 1930s, the Modern Greek Collection in the University of Cincinnati's John Miller Burnam Classical Library has been a vital resource for the study of Hellenism as a continuum from prehistory ...
Mining digital library evaluation patterns using a domain ontology
Scientific literature is vast and therefore the researchers need knowledge organization systems to index, semantically annotate and correlate their bibliographic sources. Additionally they need methods and tools to discover ...
Choice of Library and Information Science in a rapidly changing information landscape
Library and Information Science (LIS) has for a long time tried to gain legitimacy. In an ever changing environment due to technological and economic developments, the motivations behind choice of LIS are still of great ...
The Greek Manuscripts Collection in the National Library of Romania Collections
The Greek influence continued after the revolution of Tudor Vladimirescu in 1821, which ended the Phanariote regime, established at the beginning of the XVIII-th century the Ottoman Empire. The 57 Greek manuscripts (religious, ...
The invention of the Greek library
The form of the "Greek library" is distinguished from the "Roman library," and these forms are seen as the product of the library's historical development (from the Lyceum to Alexandria to Pergamum to Rome). I argue that ...
Mobile information services in libraries: a review of current trends in delivering information
This paper aims to review the literature on mobile information services. It considers only peer-reviewed papers published in English between 2004 and 2014. Design/methodology/approach -- The method of systematic review was ...