2.1 Electronic Books and Texts: Case Studies and History
Albanese, Andrew Richard. "The E-Book Enterprise: netLibrary's Digital Mission." Library Journal, 15 February 2000, 126-128.
Blumenstyk, Goldie. "Digital-Library Company Plans to Charge Students a Fee for Access." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 December 2000, A41.
Butter, Karen, Robin Chandler, and John Kunze. "The Cigarette Papers: Issues in Publishing Materials in Multiple Formats." D-Lib Magazine (November 1996). [HTML file]
Chesnutt, David R. "The Model Editions Partnership: 'Smart Text' and Beyond." D-Lib Magazine (July/August 1997). [HTML file]
Crane, Gregory. "The Perseus Project and Beyond: How Building a Digital Library Challenges the Humanities and Technology." D-Lib Magazine (January 1998). [HTML file]
Doane, Andrea. "The ARTFL Project: An Introduction." D-Lib Magazine (January 1996). [HTML file]
Eaves, Morris. "Behind the Scenes at the William Blake Archive: Collaboration Takes More Than E-Mail." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 3, no. 2 (1997). [HTML file]
Elliott, Laura. "How the Oxford English Dictionary Went Online." Ariadne, no. 24 (2000). [HTML file]
Flowers, Janet L. "netLibrary.com: Cautious Optimism/Views from a Research Library and a University Press." Against the Grain 11 (November 1999): 22, 24.
Galloway, Edward A., and Gabrielle V. Michalek. "The Heinz Electronic Library Interactive Online System (HELIOS): Building a Digital Archive Using Imaging, OCR, and Natural Language Processing Technologies." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 6, no. 4 (1995): 6-18. [HTML file]
________. "The Heinz Electronic Library Interactive On-line System (HELIOS): An Update." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 9, no. 1 (1998): 6-19. [HTML file]
Gaunt, Marianne I. "Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities." Information Technology and Libraries 13 (March 1994): 7-13.
Guernsey, Lisa. "Digital Presses Transform Librarians into Entrepreneurs." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 22 May 1998, A27-A28.
________. "On-Line Whitman Archive Sings with Works of the Poet, Making the 'Body Electric.'" The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 April 1998, A26.
Hamilton, Denise. "Hart of the Gutenberg Galaxy." Wired 5 (February 1997): 108-118.
Hart, Michael S. "Project Gutenberg: Access to Electronic Texts." Database 13 (December 1990): 6-9.
Hockey, Susan. "Developing Access to Electronic Texts in the Humanities." In The Evolving Virtual Library: Visions and Case Studies, ed. Laverna M. Saunders, 119-133. Medford, NJ: Information Today, 1996.
Ingalls, Zoe. "A Web Site Grows New Poems, Sometimes Right Before Readers' Eyes." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 28 July 2000, A53-A54.
Kiernan, Kevin S. "Digital Preservation, Restoration, and Dissemination of Medieval Manuscripts." In Gateways, Gatekeepers, and Roles in the Information Omniverse: Proceedings of the Third Symposium, ed. Ann Okerson and Dru Mogge, 37-43. Washington, DC: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1994. [HTML file]
________. "The Electronic Beowulf." Computers in Libraries 15 (February 1995): 14-15.
Kiernan, Vincent. "An Ambitious Plan to Sell Electronic Books." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 April 1999, A29-A30.
Lee, Stuart. "Digitizing Wilfred." Interview by Philip Hunter. Ariadne, no. 21 (1999). [HTML file]
Morrison, A. "Delivering Electronic Texts Over the Web: The Current and Planned Practices of the Oxford Text Archive." Computers and the Humanities 33, no. 1 (1999): 193-198.
Mylonas, Elli. "The Perseus Project." In Scholarly Publishing on the Electronic Networks: The New Generation: Visions and Opportunities in Not-for-Profit Publishing: Proceedings of the Second Symposium, ed. Ann Okerson, 81-88. Washington, DC: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1993. [HTML file]
Neuman, Michael, and Paul Mangiafico. "Providing and Accessing Information via the Internet: The Georgetown Catalogue of Projects in Electronic Text." The Reference Librarian nos. 41/42 (1994): 319-332.
Pack, Thomas. "Bringing Literature Alive: Early English Books Online Reshape Research Opportunities." EContent 22 (December 1999): 26-30.
Pang, Alex Soojung-Kim. "The Work of the Encyclopedia in the Age of Electronic Reproduction." First Monday 3, no. 9 (1998). [HTML file]
Pemberton, Duncan, and David Nichols. "DEBORA: Digital Access to Books of the Renaissance." Exploit Interactive, no. 3 (1999). [HTML file]
Pope, Barbara Kline. "National Academy Press: A Case Study." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 4 (June 1999). [HTML file]
Prescott, Andrew. "Constructing Electronic Beowulf." In Towards the Digital Library: The British Library's Initiatives for Access Programme, ed. Leona Carpenter, Simon Shaw, and Andrew Prescott, 30-49. London: The British Library, 1998.
Seales, W. Brent, James Griffioen, Kevin Kiernan, Cheng Jiun Yuan, and Linda Cantara. "The Digital Atheneum: New Techniques for Restoring and Preserving Old Documents." Computers in Libraries 20 (February 2000): 26-30.
Snyder, Kerala J. "Electronic Journals and the Future of Scholarly Communication: A Case Study." Notes 58 (September 2001): 34-38.
Stauffer, Andrew M. "Tagging the Rossetti Archive: Methodologies and Praxis." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 4 (December 1998). [HTML file]
Thibadeau, Robert, and Evan Benoit. "Antique Books." D-Lib Magazine (September 1997). [HTML file]
Willett, Perry. "The Victorian Women Writers Project: The Library as a Creator and Publisher of Electronic Texts." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 7, no. 6 (1996): 5-16. [HTML file]
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