Selected Peer-Reviewed Papers From “Faster, Smarter, Richer: Reshaping the Library Catalogue” (FSR 14)
The selected papers, in English, are published in a special issue of JLIS.it (Italian Journal of Library of Information Science) Vol. 5, No. 2 (2014).
Faster, Smarter, Richer: Reshaping the Library Catalogue” (FSR 14) took place on February 27-28, 2014 at the Vatican Library in Rome. The complete program is available here.
Direct Links to Selected Papers
Introduction to FSR 2014 Special Issue
by Giuseppina Vullo
RDA’s Pros And Cons: One Point Of View From Brazil
by Eliane Serrão Alves Mey, Isabel Arino Grau, Fernanda Salgado Biar
New displaying models of bibliographic data and resources: cataloguing/resource description and search results
by Antonella Trombone
Transforming and enhancing metadata for enduser discovery: a case study
by Edward M. Corrado, Rachel Jaffe
Cui prodest libraries authority work?
by Simona Turbanti
Using a Google Search Appliance (GSA) to search digital library collections: a case study of the INIS Collection Search
by Dobrica Savic
The usability issues of faceted navigation in digital libraries
by Eliane Blumer, Jasmin Hügi, René Schneider
An atlas of classification. Signage between open shelves, the Web and the catalogue
by Andrea Fabbrizzi
Rare books in the Vatican Library: reshaping the catalogue
by Laura Lalli
Enlightening music: the catalogue and digitisation project of Verdi’s archive at the “Archivio Storico Ricordi” in Milan
by Mathias Balbi, Alberto Abis
BeWeB. The cross portal of cultural ecclesiastical heritage
by Stefano Russo
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