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Ancient World, Digital World: Excavation at Halif

Paul Jacobs on how field and research strategies were impacted significantly by the use of digital technology in the 1999 field season at Tell Halif, Israel (the Lahav Research Project).

feature article

issue27

March 2001

Anoraks and cardigans (2): New Text Search Engines, Bath, April 1996

Nigel Ford, who gave the summary address, gives us his impressions of the April 1996 Infonortics conference n Bath on text retrieval.

event report

issue3

May 1996

Another Piece of Cake?

Anders Ardö, Sigfrid Lundberg and Ann-Sofie Zettergren with an overview of the history of Netlab, now ten years old.

feature article

issue32

July 2002

Apart from the Weather, I Think It’s a Good Idea: Stakeholder Requirements for Institutional Portals

Liz Pearce takes a look at recent research from the PORTAL Project, which asked over 600 users what they might want from an institutional portal.

feature article

issue35

April 2003

Application Profiles: Mixing and Matching Metadata Schemas

Rachel Heery and Manjula Patel introduce a means of establishing a common approach to sharing information between implementers and standards makers.

feature article

issue25

September 2000

Architects of the Information Age

Paul Miller reports on a recent UKOLN-organised event at the Office of the e-Envoy, and explores the need for an architecture to scope what we build online.

feature article

issue29

October 2001

Archives 2.0: If We Build It, Will They Come?

Joy Palmer discusses some of the opportunities and tensions emerging around Archives 2.0, crowd-sourcing, and archival authority.

feature article

issue60

July 2009

Archives in Web 2.0: New Opportunities

Marta Nogueira describes how three Web 2.0 applications (Facebook, Flickr, YouTube) can work as a virtual extension for archives and other cultural organisations, by identifying benefits obtained from the use of Web 2.0 applications.

feature article

issue63

April 2010

Are Print Journals Dinosaurs?

Tony Kidd wonders if he and and his kind are palæontologists.

feature article

issue12

November 1997

Are They Being Served?

Lynne Brindley, Chair of JISC's new committee on electronic information, writes on the fundamental issue of networked information user's needs.

feature article

issue4

July 1996

Around the Table

Ian Budden points to resources for humanities scholars.

regular column

issue4

July 1996

Around the Table

Around the Table: Sheona Farquhar looks at sites in science and engineering.

regular column

issue5

September 1996

Around the Table

Many legal resources are ideal for searching online. Noel Whitty highlights some sites for lawyers.

regular column

issue6

November 1996

Around the Table – Engineering

Roddy MacLeod casts an EEVL eye over engineering resources.

regular column

issue8

March 1997

Around the Table: Film and Cinema

Frank Parry discusses some of the many possible sources for Internet information on film and cinema.

regular column

issue10

July 1997

Around the Table: Health and Medicine - What Can Medics Get Out of the Internet?

Sue Welsh of the eLib OMNI project visits some of the medical sites.

regular column

issue7

January 1997

Around the Table: Social Sciences

Debra Hiom from SOSIG takes us on a guided tour of major Internet-based Social Science resources.

regular column

issue9

May 1997

ARROW and the RQF: Meeting the Needs of the Research Quality Framework Using an Institutional Research Repository

David Groenewegen and Andrew Treloar describe the role of repositories in the forthcoming Australian Research Quality Framework (RQF) and the responses of the ARROW Project to the needs of the RQF.

feature article

issue52

July 2007

ARROW, DART and ARCHER: A Quiver Full of Research Repository and Related Projects

Andrew Treloar and David Groenewegen describe three inter-related projects to support scholarly outputs and the e-research life cycle which have been funded by the Australian Commonwealth Government.

feature article

issue51

April 2007

Assessing FRBR in Dublin Core Application Profiles

Talat Chaudhri makes a detailed assessment of the FRBR structure of the Dublin Core Application Profiles funded by JISC.

feature article

issue58

January 2009

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