Library Trends 53(4)

Library Trends
Vol.53, Iss.4, Spring 2005


The Commercialized Web: Challenges for Libraries and Democracy

Introduction
Bettina Fabos.

Links and Power: The Political Economy of Linking on the Web
Jill Walker.

On Their Own: Students' Academic Use of the Commercialized Web
Samuel E Ebersole.

Student Searching Behavior and the Web: Use of Academic Resources and Google
Jillian R Griffiths, Peter Brophy.

Cyber-Democracy or Cyber-Hegemony? Exploring the Political and Economic Structures of the Internet as an Alternative Source of Information

Current Developments and Future Trends for the OAI Protocol for Metadata Harvesting
Sarah L Shreeves, Thomas G Habing, Kat Hagedorn, Jeffrey A Young.

Lessons Learned with Arc, an OAI-PMH Service Provider
Xiaoming Liu, Kurt Maly, Michael L Nelson, Mohammad Zubair.

Collaboration Enabling Internet Resource Collection-Building Software and Technologies
Steve Mitchell.

Tools for Creating Your Own Resource Portal: CWIS and the Scout Portal Toolkit
Edward Almasy.

Gateway Standardization: A Quality Assurance Framework for Metadata
Brian Kelly, Amanda Closier, Debra Hiom.

Strategies and Technologies of Sharing in Contributor-Run Archives
Paul Jones.