ARTS INFORMATION PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES
quest for performing arts information standards
States projects and initiatives
projects and initiatives
projects and initiatives
Beagrie Neil and
Greenstein, Daniel, editors. Managing
digital collections: AHDS policies, standards and practices. Preliminary
consultation draft. Dec 1998. htttp://adhs.ac.uk/public/srg
Acting on a new stage: performing arts information management in New South
Wales. February 1998. <http://www.twf.org/research/actingsum
Documenting the performing arts: a draft discussion paper presented at
Museum Australia’s Performing Arts Special Interest Group conference,
Brisbane, 1995. Unpublished.
A short description of the system at the Performing Arts Data Service,
University of Glasgow, March 1999.
Bolton, Helen K.
Development and use of theatre databases IN Advances in Library
Administration and Organization Vol 8, 1989 [JAI Press, 1989]:131-44.
Computers and the humanities:
summary of a Round Table Meeting [organised by
Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council in
collaboration with Coalition for
Networked Information National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage
and Two Ravens Institute. 1998. American Council of Learned Societies
Occasional Paper no 41. <http://www.acls.org/op41_toc
The performing arts in colonial American newspapers 1690-1763: text
database and index. Notes 56: (2) Dec 1999: 460-461.
Indexing and retrieval of special materials in online catalogues. Fontes Artis
Musicae Vol 4 no 2 [?] 1993: 110-15
Edwards, Christopher and
Herbert, Ian. Computer databases for
the performing arts: TANDEM and International Bibliography of Theatre.
Theatre Notebook, Vol 39, no 3 1985:
Golding, Alfred S,
A Thesaurus for the Big Ten Performing Arts Document Inventory Project.
Columbus: Ohio State University, 1978.
The National Initiative for a networked cultural heritage. Information
Technology and Libraries Vol 17, no 2 June 1998:107-110
The Arts and Humanities Data Service three years’ on. D-Lib Magazine
December 1998. http://ww.dlib.org
The computerized gaze and the performing arts. Australasian Drama
Studies 32, April 1998: 109-130.
Computer databases for theatre studies. NTQ: New Theatre Quarterly Vol
2, no 6, May 1986: 175-180.
Music Libraries Online – a virtual union catalogue for music. Vine
Humanities and Arts on the
Information Highways. Final report
developed by the Getty Arts History Information Program...as a joint project
with the American Council of Learned Societies and the Coalition for Networked
Jaroker, JG and Old, C.
The performing arts index at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts [updated
version of a paper presented at Dance and Technology 11: Transcending
Boundaries May 1995 in ArtMARC Sourcbook. [Chicago American Library
Association, 1998]: 196-208..
The electronic database in Russian drama: creation and use. SIBMAS
Conference 1996. <http://theatrelibrary.org./aibmas/congresses/sibmas96/hels14>
W. Classification and indexing in the humanities. London: Butterworths,
Knowledge technology and the arts: a personal view. Computers &
Mathematics with Applications Vol 32, no 1 July 1996:85-88
The Dance Collection automated book catalog. The LARC Reports, vol 3
issue 3, Fall 1970
Miller, Paul and
Greenstein, Daniel, editors. Discovering
online resources across the humanities: a practical implementation of the
Dublin Core. Bath: UKOLN on behalf of the Art and Humanities Data Service,
1997. Surveys information management practice in the humanities and proposes a
system architecture for cross-domain discovery in the performing arts and
Digitisation of newspaper clippings: the LAURIN Project. RLG DigiNews
Vol 3, no 6. 15 December 1999. <http:www.rlg.org/preserv/diginews/diginews3-6>
Pavliscak, Pamela, Ross,
Seamus, and Henry, Charles. Information
technology in humanities scholarship: achievements, prospects and challenges
– the United States focus, 1997. (American Council of Learned
Societies Occasional Paper no 37). Available from http://www.acls.org/op37>.
Raben, Joseph and Burton,
Sarah K. Information systems and
services in the arts and humanities in Annual Review of Information
Science and Technology, volume 16 / edited by Martha E. Williams [White
Plains, NY: Knowledge Industry, 1981]:247-266. Provides a useful survey and
extensive bibliography of initiatives up to 1980, including the London Stage
Making the words count: towards an analytical database of theatrical
reviews. NTQ: New Theatre Quarterly Volume 15 no 4 (60), November 1999:
Ross, Seamus and Economou,
Maria. Information and
communications technology in the cultural sector: the need for a national
strategy. D-Lib Magazine, June 1998.
Considerations for developing an electronic theatre information system.
Paper presented at SIBMAS Conference, 1994. <http://www.theatrelibrary.org/sibmas/congresses/sibmas94/antw_33.html>
A. Managing performing arts collection in academic and public libraries
/ edited by Carolyn A Sheehy. Westport, Connecticut, Greenwood Press, 1994.
Schneider, Ben Ross Jr.
Travels in computerland; or, Incompatibilities and interfaces: a complete
account of the implementation of the London Stage Information Bank.
Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley, 1974
Vocabulary control and the humanities: a case study of the MLA
International Bibliography [in computerized form]. Reference Librarian no
47, 1994:61-78. Examines the history of the MLA International Bibliography as
a database for literary research and its use of controlled vocabulary to
assist scholarly endeavours.
Van Camp, Anne.
Building the seamless web of cultural research resources. Archives
& Museum Informatics 12: 287-292, 1998.
Wright, JK and Westover,
RC. Inter-play: the creation of an
Internet play index. Internet Reference Service Quarterly Vol 3, no 3,
1998:83-89. Arts and Humanities Data Service