Table of contents for Libraries and the arobase : changing information space and practice / edited by Cushla Kapitzke and Bertram C. Bruce.
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Contents: M.A. Peters, Foreword. Introduction. C. Kapitzke, B.C. Bruce, Rewriting Libraries: Space, Knowledge, and Capital. Part I: Arobase Space. N.C. Burbules, Digital Libraries as Virtual Spaces. S. Boyce, Literacy Spaces--Library Design. M. Dressman, S. Tettegah, Ordered by Desire: School Libraries in Past and Present Times. J. Schmidt, From Library to Cybrary: Changing the Focus of Library Design and Service Delivery. A.A. Goodrum, Surrogation, Mediation, and Collaboration: Access to Digital Images in Cultural Heritage Institutions. Part II: Arobase Knowledge. J. Hunter, Next Generation Metadata Tools: Supporting Dynamic Knowledge Bases. D. Rooney, U. Schneider, Knowledge Management and Research in Cybraries. L. Barwick, N. Thieberger, Cybraries in Paradise: New Technologies and Ethnographic Repositories. C. Kapitzke, Redefining Libraries by Rethinking Research. Part III: Arobase Capital. J. Willinsky, The Scholarly Wing of the Public Cybrary and the Right to Know. T.W. Luke, The Politics and Philosophy of E-Text: Use Value, Sign Value, and Exchange Value in the Transition From Print to Digital Media. M.L. Kornbluh, M. Shell-Weiss, P. Turnbull, Alternatives to Pay-for-View: The Case for Open Access to Historical Research and Scholarship. B. Fabos, Search Engine Anatomy: The Industry and Its Commercial Structure. P. Graham, Monopoly, Monopsony, and the Value of Culture in a Digital Age: An Axiology of Two Multimedia Resource Repositories. B. Fitzgerald, Structuring Open Access to Knowledge: The Creative Commons Story. B.C. Bruce, C. Kapitzke, The Arobase in the Library--The Library in Society.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Libraries -- Information technology.
Library science -- Technological innovations.
Libraries and society.
Information technology -- Social aspects.