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By Paul Bentley


Australia. Department of Education, Science and Training. Systemic Infrastructure Initiative. Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee. Research Information Infrastructure Framework for Australian Higher Education, November 2002

Australia. Senate. Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Reference Committee. Libraries in the online environment. (2003). See also submission by Paul Bentley on behalf of the Wolanski Foundation, August 2002, and Supplementary paper, May 2003.

Australian Council of Libraries and Information Services. Task Force on the Preservation of Australian Electronic Information. Position Paper, February 1994.

Australian Library and Information Association. Statements on Information Literacy for All Australians and ALIA’s Role in Research, 2002-2003. <>

Australian Research Information Infrastructure Committee <URL>

Bawden, David, Holtham, Clive and Courtney, Nigel. Perspectives on Information Overload. Aslib Proceedings vol 51 no 8, Sep 1999: 249-255

Beagrie, Neil. National Digital Preservation Initiatives: An Overview of Developments in Australia, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom and of Related International Activity. Commissioned for and sponsored by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, Library of Congress. Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2003.

Cochrane, Nathan. Too much information. Sydney Morning Herald 11 Nov 2003, Next 5;

Create Australia. Museum and Library / Information Services Training Package Review Project Update no 4 November 2003

European Commission. Director General for the Information Society. Technological Landscapes for Tomorrow’s Cultural Economy: Unlocking the Value of Cultural Heritage: the Digicult Report [completed]  by Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH for the European Commission, DG Information Society. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2002

Gorman, GE. Collaboration and Cooperation: Not So Much ‘Who Pays the Piper’ as ‘Will the Piper Still be Playing’? Library Collection Development and Management April 2003

Gorman, GE. Can we afford it? Is it worth it? How do we decide? Questions for Managers of digital collections. Library Management and Information Services, May 2002

Gorman, GE. Information literacy and the information competent organisation. Library Management and Information Services, November 2003

Gorman, GE. The Problem is Access, the Solution is Infrastructure. Library Collection and Development Management March 2003

Higher Education Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee report

Keller, Michael A, Reich, Victoria A, and Herkovic, Andrew C. What is a library anymore, anyway? First Monday, vol 8, no 5, May 2003. <>


Lynch, Clifford. The Coming Crisis in Preserving Our Digital Cultural Heritage. Journal of Library Administration, vol 38 no 3-4, 2003: 149-161.

Lynch, Clifford. Digital Collections, Digital Libraries and the Digitization of Cultural Heritage Information. First Monday, vol 7, no 5 (May 2002) <>

Library of Congress. Preserving our Digital Heritage: Plan for the National digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program: A Collaborative Initiative of the Library of Congress. Washington DC: Library of Congress, 2002. <>

Muir, Adrienne and Oppenheim, Charles. Report on developments word-wide on national information policy, March 2002.  <>.

OCLC. The 2003 environmental scan: pattern recognition. OCLC, 2004. <>

Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. Framework for the Future: Libraries, Learning and Information in the New Decade. London: Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), February 2003

Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. Framework for the Future: Action Plan 2003–06, London: Resource: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries London September 2003.

Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. Towards a Strategy for Workforce Development: a Research and Discussion Report Prepared for Resource by Demos. London: Resource, 2003.

Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. Full Report of the WILIP. Consultation Exercise by Stuart Ede, proSed. London: Resource, 2003. (

Sydney Morning Herald. Spanning the Digital Divide: [editorial], 14 January 2004.

Waldren, Murray. Too Much of Nothing. The Weekend Australian 4-5 September 1999: 25

Weinstein, Krystyna. Information Overload: Permission to Not Know? Career Development International, vol 1 no 4, 1996: 29-32

World Summit on the Information Society.

Zorich, Diane M. A survey of Digital Cultural Heritage Initiatives and Their Sustainability Concerns. Washington DC: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2003.


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