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Library Hi Tech’s past, present and future

Library Hi Tech’s past, present and future

Library Hi Tech's past, present and future contains contributions from authors who have published regularly with Library Hi Tech over the past 20 years. Authors like Michael Buckland, Jennifer Rowley, Joyce Ray and David Rosenthal have often written for the journal, and have helped to make it a success. It also contains contributions from authors who have been on the editorial advisory board such as Joe Matthew, Eva Mendez, Judith Wustemann, Kenning Arlitsch, Steve O'Connor and Timothy Cole.


27 pawns ready for action: a multi-indicator methodology and evaluation of thesaurus management tools from a LOD perspective,A Nostalgic Look Back at Library Hi Tech(nology),Delivering the Message: Disseminating Information and Professional Development in the Field of Librarianship through Technology,Digital Curation in Museums,Disruption be my Guide: a study into future directions for academic programs for information management,Library Technology in the Next 20 Years,Personal Digital Archiving: An Analysis of URLs in the .edu Domain,Photovoice: A Creative Method to Engage Library User Community,Promoting Information Literacy: Perspectives from UK Universities,Publisher's note,RAMP - The Repository Analytics and Metrics Portal: A prototype Web service that accurately counts item downloads from institutional repositories.,The Medium-Term Prospects for Long-Term Storage Systems,Usability testing of the Letters of 1916 Digital Edition,Using Linked Open Data to Enhance the Discoverability,Functionality and Impact of Emblematica Online,What drives smartwatch adoption intention? Comparing Apple and non-Apple watches,When editors change

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