December 12, 2017

October 2015 Issue of IFLA Journal Now Available Online, Special Issue on Cultural Heritage

The complete IFLA Journal (Volume 41, No.3; October 2015) is available online (108 pages; PDF). This issue focuses on cultural heritage.

IFLA Journal is published by the International Federation of Library Associations.

Contents

Guest editorial

  • IFLA Journal special issue on Cultural Heritage 191
    Douwe Drijfhout and Tanja de Boer

Articles

  • Indigenous cultural heritage preservation: A review essay with ideas for the future
    Loriene Roy
  • The digital library in the re-inscription of African cultural heritage
    Dale Peters, Matthias Brenzinger, Renate Meyer, Amanda Noble and Niklas Zimmer
  • Storing and sharing wisdom and traditional knowledge in the library
    Brooke M. Shannon and Jenny S. Bossaller
  • The challenges of reconstructing cultural heritage: An international digital collaboration
    Rachel Heuberger, Laura E. Leone and Renate Evers
  • Born fi dead? Special collections and born digital heritage, Jamaica
    Cherry-Ann Smart
  • Digitization of Indian manuscripts heritage: Role of the National Mission for Manuscripts
    Jyotshna Sahoo and Basudev Mohanty
  • Preserving digital heritage: At the crossroads of Trust and Linked Open Data
    Iryna Solodovnik and Paolo Budroni
  • The Universal Procedure for Library Assessment: A statistical model for condition surveys of special collections in libraries
    Sam Capiau, Marijn de Valk and Eva Wuyts
  • Cultural heritage digitization projects in Algeria: Case study of the National Library
    Nadjia Ghamouh and Meriem Boulahlib
  • Abstracts

Direct to Full Text: IFLA Journal (Volume 41, No.3; October 2015)
108 pages; PDF.

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