LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES AND MUSEUMS IN AN ONLINE ENVIRONMENT: A SENATE INQUIRY
POSTSCRIPT - BIBLIOGRAPHY
Information Policy Advisory Council.
A National Policy Framework for Structural Adjustment with the New
Commonwealth of Information. A report to the Minster of Communications and
the Arts. July 1997. <http://www.ipac.gov.au>
National Office of the
Information Economy. Advancing
Australia: the information economy progress report 2002; Convergence; Creative
Industries Cluster Report; Information Economy Index; Online Council minutes; Strategic
Framework for the Information Economy, 1998; http://www.noie.gov.au
Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts Reference
Committee. Libraries in the Online
Australian Library and
Statement on ALIA’s role in research. http://www.alia.org.au.
Batterham, Alison. Scoping Paper on Information on the Australian
Library and Information Sector, 2001. http://www.alia.org.au
[ALIA e-print archive]
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,
Bentley, Paul. Submission to the Senate Inquiry on the Role of
Libraries in the Online Environment on behalf of the Wolanski Foundation,
August 2002. Supplementary paper, May 2003.
Bishoff, Liz and Allen, Nancy. Business Planning for Cultural Heritage
Institutions. Council of Library an Information Resources, 2004
British Library. [Snapshots
from] Measuring Our Value: Results of an Independent Economic Impact
Study [by Spectrum Strategy Consultants for] the British Library to measure
the library’s direct and indirect impact on the UK economy From British
Library website <www.bl.uk> 20.4.04.
Institute of Library and Information Professionals. CILIP
in the knowledge Economy: a Leadership Strategy. The report of the
competitiveness and the knowledge based economy Executive Advisory Group to
Averill. Library industry statistics in Australia: a
[ALIA e-print archive]
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
Goldini (Robert) & Associates. Strategic Review of Library Coordination and
Representation. Australian Library Journal, August 1997: 230-257
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
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. The Problem is Access, the Solution is Infrastructure. Library
Collection and Development Management March 2003
Houghton, John. Economics
of Scholarly Communication: a Discussion Paper prepared for The Coalition
of Innovation in Scholarly Communication. Melbourne: Centre for Strategic
Economic Studies: 2001.
Irvine, Kate. Cooperation and Influence: History and Priorities of
the Council of Australian State Libraries.
AARL December 2003: 234-242
Jones, David J. The Australian Librarian’s Manual, volume 1:
Documents. Sydney: Library Association of Australia, 1982.
Lynch, Clifford. The
Coming Crisis in Preserving Our Digital Cultural Heritage.
Journal of Library Administration, vol 38 no 3-4, 2003:
Lynch, Clifford. Digital
Collections, Digital Libraries and the Digitization of Cultural Heritage
Information. First Monday, vol 7, no 5 (May 2002) <http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue7_5/lynch/index.html>
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. <http://www.digitalpreservation.org>
Lynch, Mary Jo & Eckard, Helen M. Library Data Collection Handbook: a
Report prepared for the National Center for Education Statistics. Chicago:
American Library Association, 1981.
Ian and Quinn, Sherrey. Valuing
Australian Library Journal, vol 52 no 1, February 2004.
Collaborating to compete: the search for new alliances. September 1999.
Investment in information and knowledge infrastructure: a strategic
framework for Australia’s research enterprise. April 1999 <http:www.lib.mq.edu.au/McLean/investment>
Strategic directions for Australia’s research information infrastructure.
Challenges in the information services market. Australian Library
Journal, February 1997: 52-67
Information architectures: why do they matter? Matching Discovery and
recovery: the way ahead for libraries. Standards Australia seminar 128,
Milne, Ronald. The ‘Distributed National Collection’ Access,
and Cross-sectoral Collaboration: the Research Support Libraries Programme.
Ariadne Issue 31, 2002 <http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue31/rslp/intro.html>
Missingham, Roxanne. Creating Digital Futures Together: Collaboration
between the National Library and Australian Libraries.
Paper presented a the 10th Asia Pacific Special Health and Law
Librarians Conference, 2003
Morris, Anne, Sumsion, John and Hawkins,
Value of Public Libraries in the UK. Libri, vol 52 2002:78-87.
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
Libraries and Archives Council. Framework
for the Future: Action Plan 2003–06,
The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries, 2003. www.resource.gov.uk/action/framework/framework.asp
Libraries and Archives Council.
Towards a Strategy for Workforce Development: a Research and Discussion
Report Prepared for Resource by Demos. London: Resource, 2003.
Libraries and Archives Council. WILIP:
Summary Report and Next Steps
Howley and Andrew Stevens. London: ReSource, 2003
Libraries and Archives Council. Full
Report of the WILIP. Consultation
Exercise by Stuart
Ede, proSed. London: Resource, 2003. (http://www.resource.gov.uk/action/wilip/wilip.asp)
National Library of Australia. Peak Bodies Forum. Principles,
Minutes 2002 and 2003 <http://www.nla.gov.au>
National Forum for Information Planning and
Standards Organisation. Information
services and use: metrics & statistics for libraries and information
providers – data dictionary. NISO Z39.7-200X Draft. <URL>
Standards Organisation. Report on
the NISO Forum on Performance Measures and Statistics for Libraries, February
15-16, 2001, Washington DC. <URL}
Maureen. School libraries in
Australia. Australian Library Journal, vol 53 no 1, February 2004.
Five year information format trends. OCLC Reports March
How They Stack Up. March 2003.
2003 environmental scan: pattern recognition. OCLC, 2004. <http://www.oclc.org/membership/secan/default.thm>
Wainwright, Eric (2004). Glory days? Reflections on the 1988
Australian Libraries Summit and its aftermaths.
Australian Library Journal, vol 53 no 1, February 2004.
Walsh, Virginia & Greenshields, Sharon).
The Value of libraries and Library Professionals to Australia’s Top 100
Companies: draft report of the study conducted by the Australian Library and
Information Association. Australian. Australian Special Libraries Vol 31,
no 3 September 1998
Zorich, Diane M. A Survey of Digital Cultural Heritage
Initiatives and Their Sustainability Concerns. Washington DC: Council on
Library and Information Resources, 2003.
Libraries Archives & Museums in an Online Environment:
in the Online Environment, Part 1: Contexts
in the Online Environment, Part 2: Challenges