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Digital Library North (DLN) is an ongoing project with the overarching goal of creating a digital library infrastructure for the north. In Canada’s North access to information has been limited by the geographic dispersion of the population, lack of high-speed communications infrastructure, and...
Digital libraries provide organized, inclusive and open access to quality information sources. They are multifaceted and complex structures that offer a wide range and variety of information resources and services and reduce spatial, temporal and access barriers. One of the key challenges...
This paper reports on the ways in which two national and two public digital libraries from four different countries (Canada, United States, Britain, Australia) have made use of metadata elements and social media features such as social tags and recommendations to support searching, browsing and...
The Digital Library North is being developed jointly by the Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre and the University of Alberta. The goal is to create a digital library that will meet the needs of the Inuvialuit people. The Inuivialuit people recognize three dialects of the Inuvialuktun language:...
Linked Data Meets Big Data: A Knowledge Oraganization Systems Perspective. The ASIS&T Special Interest Group on Classification Research (SIG/CR) WorkshopDownload
The objective of this paper is a) to provide a conceptualanalysis of the term big data and b) to introduce linked dataapplications such as SKOS-based knowledge organizationsystems as new tools for the analysis, organization, representation, visualization and access to big data.
This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the role of thesauri in search user interfaces across a range of information search and retrieval systems—from bibliographic and full-text databases to digital libraries, portals, open archives, and content management systems. It explores various...
This project seeks to: 1. Investigate and identify the information needs and information seeking behaviour of community members in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. 2. Identify and select cultural heritage information. 3. Create a culturally appropriate metadata framework for resource...
Using Local and Traditional Knowledge to Define a Digital Library for the Inuvialuit Settlement RegionDownload
This poster was presented at the University of the Arctic Scientific Congress held in St. Petersburg, Russia, September 16 - 19, 2016. The poster describes the developments in the Digital Library North project, a collaboration between the University of Alberta School of Library and Information...