CLIR Annual Report: 1998 – 1999
The Mirage of Continuity: Reconfiguring Academic Information Resources for the 21st Century. Brian L. Hawkins and Patricia Battin, eds.
IFLA Principles for the Care and Handling of Library Material (jointly with IFLA/PAC). Edward P. Adcock, Marie-Thérèse Varlamoff, and Virginie Kremp.
Selecting Research Collections for Digitization. Dan Hazen, Jeffrey Horrell, and Jan Merrill-Oldham.
Scholarship, Instruction, and Libraries at the Turn of the Century: Results from Five Task Forces Appointed by the American Council of Learned Societies and the Council on Library and Information Resources.
Enabling Access in Digital Libraries: A Report on a Workshop on Access Management. Caroline Arms, ed., with Judith Klavans and Donald J. Waters.
Why Digitize? Abby Smith
Preserving the Whole: A Two-Track Approach to Rescuing Social Science Data and Metadata. Ann Green, JoAnn Dionne, and Martin Dennis.
CLIR Annual Report. 19971998.
Digital Imaging and Preservation Microfilm: The Future of the Hybrid Approach for the Preservation of Brittle Books. Stephen Chapman, Paul Conway, and Anne R. Kenney.
Innovative Use of Information Technology by Colleges.
CLIR Issues, nos. 49. July 1998June 1999.
Preservation and Access International Newsletter, nos. 36. September 1998June 1999.
Research Brief, no. 6. September 1998.
The Digital Library Federation: Program Agenda.
The Digital Library Federation: Organization and Structure.
“What Should be Saved?” Deanna Marcum. The New York Times, July 6, 1998, p. A15.