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Title: Designing and Building Integrated Digital Library Systems - Guidelines
Authors: Rathje, Bente Dahl
McGrory, Margaret
Pollitt, Carol
Voutilainen, Paivi
Keywords: Subject::Library services to people with print disabilities
Subject::Print disabilities
Subject::Visually impaired
Issue Date: Sep-2005
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: IFLA Professional Reports;No. 90;
Abstract: The increasing complexity of the environment, the many sources of information, the variety of electronic and other formats such as digital audio books and materials, braille and large print, which must be managed and integrated into a seamless service have forced libraries for the blind to seek more sophisticated technological solutions designed for their community of users. Consequently, in designing and building of integrated digital library systems, the ”front-end,” or user-facing services, must be considered along with the ”back-end” supporting technologies, systems, and underlying architecture.
ISBN: 13 978 - 90-77897-05-4
ISSN: 0168-1931
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