Theses & Dissertations

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UNC School of Information and Library Science

Altman, Richard Lee. (1999) Searching the IRN: Metadata at a Corporate Digital Library.

Fenton, Serena Jardine. (2002). A case study in the organizational development of a digital library: SunSITE – MetaLab- ibiblio.

Fladager, Darlene. (1994). PRESIDENT: An Electronic Archive of the Collections from the Presidential Library System.

Gwyn, Christopher.(1998). Why Digital Copyright Can Succeed.

Kern, Matthew. (2002).Digital Neighborhoods: An Analysis of Local History Materials in the Digital World.

Long, Holley. (2002). An Assessment of the Current State of Digital Library Evaluation.

McClusky, Anne. (2003). Barriers to Educational Use of Digitized Primary Source Documents: A Survey.

Parramore, David (2002). Ironman triathlon digital library: Design of an online training resource for trathletes to plan, execute, and advance in their training and racing goals.

Polutta, Melanie. (1999). Who are they and why are they here?: A user analysis of the digital library Documenting the American South: Beginnings to 1920.

Segedy, Steve.(2003). Digitizing the Appalacian Folklife Project.

Sizemore, Donald. (2003). ibibliometrics: Measuring Ten Years of Free-Range Academic Web Publishing.

Smith, Natalia. (1995). Creating Electronic Texts in Library Settings: Issues and Implications.

Womack, Ryan. (1996). An Economic Analysis of the Role of Libraries in the Evolving Information Distribution Structure: Will the Internet Be Your Library in the Digital World?