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Development issues for the Glasgow Digital Library

Dawson, A. (2003) Development issues for the Glasgow Digital Library. In: Computers for librarians: an introduction to the electronic library. Topics in Australasian Library and Information Studies . Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia, pp. 275-280. ISBN 1876938609

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Abstract

The Glasgow Digital Library is intended to be a regional, collaborative, distributed digital library, based in Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. It aims to combine theory and practice to create a digital library that can support teaching, learning, research and public information. This chapter summarises the main issues encountered in developing the Glasgow Digital Library.