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This wiki is meant for members of the "Open Access Digital Libraries" (OADL) eGroup to collaboratively develop a Guide to help building Openly Accessible Digital Libraries. All interested in promoting and supporting Open Access to Peer Reviewed literature are welcomed to join our eGroup and help us in developing such a guide.

 

Following structure is proposed for the Guide. The Chapters would be progressively developed and hyper linked from this Table of Content.

 

GUIDE TO DEVELOP OPENLY ACCESSIBLE DIGITAL LIBRARIES

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

PREFACE

 

CHAPTER – I: INTRODUCTION

 

- What is Open Access?

- History and Evolution of Open Access Movement.

- What makes Open Access so exciting?

- Getting maximum out of Open Access.

- What is Digital Library?

- What are Openly Accessible Digital Libraries (OADL)?

 

CHAPTER – II: TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS

 

- Free and Open Source Softwares for OADL Development

- Software for e-content, Journals, Digital Library and Institutional repositories.

- Comparative feature analysis.

- Digitization

- File formats

- Organisation of Contents/Files

 

CHAPTER – III: CONTENT

 

- Selection of Content

- Copyright Issues

- Owning / Negotiating Copy-Rights

- Content Creation

- Quality Control and Peer - Review

 

CHAPTER – IV: OPEN ACCESS SYSTEMS

 

- e-journals

- OA Repositories

-- Institutional Repositories

-- Subject Repositories

- Learning Object Repositories

- Wikipedia

 

CHAPTER – V: STANDARDS

 

- Evaluation criteria for digital libraries

- Standards for DLs and IRs

- OAI Standards

- Meta Data and Description

 

CHAPTER – VI: EXPOSING META DATA

- Metadata Harvesting

- OAI-PMH

- RSS

 

CHAPTER – VII: Experts and Volunteers

 

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

 

 

 

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