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Your search (subject= Access) returned 11 hit(s):

  1. Trip to Rochester to Learn about XC
    • Description: On February 8-9, 2007 I had the opportunity to visit the University of Rochester River Campus and meet with a number of very smart people to discuss a thing called XC (eXtensible Catalog, This travel log documents the experience.
    • Date: 2007-02-16
    • Source: This essay was first "published" on my home page at the University Libraries of Notre Dame (
    • Subject(s): travel log; OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogs);
    • URL:
  2. Symposium on open access and digital preservation
  3. Gateways and electronic publishing
  4. Really Rudimentary Catalog
  5. All things open
    • Description: Things open abound. Open source software. Open access publishing. The open archives initiative. OpenURL. Some of these things are fundamental to the inner workings of the Internet. Others are a natural consequence of it. Some groups of people believe in things open with an almost religious fervor. At the other end of the spectrum are some people who see the same things as a drain on intellectual property. The key to progress lies in a middle ground. This presentation describes all things open in greater detail, elaborates on how they affect librarianship, and finally demonstrates some of their applicability in librarianship.
    • Date: 2006-03-28
    • Source: This file was never officially published, but the beginning is heavily based on another essay called Open Source Software in Thirty Minutes.
    • Subject(s): OpenURL; OAI (Open Archives Initiative); presentations; open access publishing; open source software; librarianship;
    • URL:
  6. first monday on a tuesday: a travel log
  7. Open access publishing
  8. We love databases!
  9. Access control in libraries
  10. Access 2002, Windsor, Ontario
    • Description: This text documents my experiences at Access 2002 in Windsor, Ontario, October 21-23, 2002. The annual Access conference is Canadian in bent and brings together the more computer technologically minded people from all types of libraries -- academic, public, government, etc. What follows are my notes from many of the presentations.
    • Date: 2002-11-11
    • Source: This text was never formally published.
    • Subject(s): Winsor, Ontario; Access; travel log;
    • URL:
  11. Catalogs of the future

Creator: Eric Lease Morgan <>
Date created: 2000-06-20
Date updated: 2010-05-01