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Architecture for Access: Multimedia Digital Libraries and Museum Applications

Abby Goodrum, Syracuse University Samantha Hastings, University of North Texas Vika Kravchyna, University of North Texas Tom Terrell, University of South Florida Ahmet Yala, University of North Texas

Presented at ASIST 2003 Annual Meeting -- Humanizing Information Technology: From Ideas to Bits and Back (ASIST AM 03 2003), Westin Long Beach, Long Beach, California, October 20 - 23, 2003


Abstract

Architecture for Access: Multimedia Digital Libraries and Museum Applications Moderator: Sam Hastings, hastings@unt.edu

SPEAKERS:

Abby Goodrum, Syracuse University Samantha Hastings, University of North Texas Vika Kravchyna, University of North Texas Tom Terrell, University of South Florida Ahmet Yayla, University of North Texas

Digital libraries have extended access to many types of collections from all points of the globe. These collections include film and video archives, news material, oral histories, museum images and digitized special collections. As more multimedia collections are digitized, there is a growing need for proactive digital design to assure access and interoperability without compromising the content of the collections. Subject areas range from digital image reference services; museums and web-based exhibits to the use of face recognition software for national security. This interactive panel session features experts who are pushing the envelope of multimedia digital libraries, from lessons learned on recent projects to architecture considerations for future standards.

Sponsored by SIG-DL


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