International Newspaper Librarianship for the 21st Century: IFLA Publications 118

  • Volume 118
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  • ISBN-10: 3598440200
  • ISBN-13: 9783598440205
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 298 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2006 | Published/Released March 2008
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2006

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Overview

This volume consists of presentations at recent events of the IFLA Newspapers Section in Oslo 2005, Canberra 2005, Buenos Aires 2004, Shanghai 2004, Berlin 2003 and Cape Town 2003. It covers the variety and intensity of newspaper activities worldwide, emphasizing both regional activities and current work in the fields of the preservation and digitization of newspapers, and including reports on the ongoing US and UK projects. Another essential subject covered in this volume is the very complex issue of newspapers and copyright. This publication presents the current state of newspaper librarianship on all five continents. It reflects not only the remarkable progress made during recent years, but also the major challenges for the future.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Preface.
1: Development of Electronic Periodicals at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France: Digitisation of French Daily Newspapers from Mid 19th Century to 1944.
2: Les Développements en Matière de Périodiques Électroniques a la Bibliothèque Nationale de France: La Numérisation de la Presse Quotidienne Française du Milieu du XIXème Siècle a 1944.
3: 10 Billion Words: The British Library British Newspapers 1800–1900 Project: Some Guidelines for Large-Scale Newspaper Digitisation.
4: Connecting to the Past—Newspaper Digitisation in the Nordic Countries.
5: Trends of Newspaper Digitization in China.
6: IFLA Section on Newspapers.
7: National Plan for Australian Newspapers Project.
8: Time's Pivotal Point—Preserving the Past for the Future—Now.
9: Preservation of Newspapers in the International Context.
10: Canadian Developments for the Digitization of Newspapers.
11: The California Newspaper Project: Canvassing, Cataloging, Preservation, Digitization.
12: Developments of French Newspaper Publishing: A General View.
13: Selection of Newspapers for Digitization and Preservation: A User Perspective.
14: The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP)—An NEH/LC Collaborative Program: Enhancing access to historical newspapers Release: September 2006.
15: Yesterday's News Tomorrow: Preserving Mexican Newspapers, 1807–1929.
16: Las Noticias de Ayer para el Mañana: La Preservación de los Periódicos Mexicanos, 1807–1929.
17: Project: Digitization of the 19th Century Latin American Press: (Digitization of the Great Colombia Press: 1820–1830) Final report, May 30th, 2004.
18: Proyecto: «Digitalización de la Prensa Latinoamericana del Siglo XIX»: (Digitalización de la prensa de la Gran Colombia: 1820 a 1830) Informe Final, 30 de mayo de 2004.
19: Colombian Journalism before 1900: Collections, Microfilming and Digitization.
20: El Periodismo Colombiano Antes de 1900: Colecciones, Microfilmaciones y Digitalizaciones.
21: International Newspaper Work.
22: Newspapers in the Shanghai Library.
23: Newspapers in the Royal Library, Stockholm.
24: Daily Press in France in 2004 a Brief Introduction.
25: French Current Daily Press.
26: Making Known a National Collection of News Media in Canada.
27: Newspaper Collections and Services in College Libraries in China.
28: The British Library Newspaper Collections Development and Future Access.
29: Legal Deposit of Norwegian Internet Newspapers.
30: Newspaper Copyright Developments: A EU and UK Perspective.
31: What Has Copyright Got to Do with Newspapers?—A South African Perspective.
32: Opportunities for Newspaper Preservation and Access in South Africa.
33: Current International Newspaper Work.
34: Newspapers at the National Library and Archives of Canada.
35: Newspaper Access and Preservation in France, March 2003.
36: The United States Newspaper Program.
37: The United Kingdom Newsplan.
38: A Nordic Digital Newspaper Library.
39: Managing Collections of Newspaper Clippings.
40: Digitization of Newspapers: The South African Experience.
41: Preserving Newspapers in Namibia.
42: The Cape Town English Press Index Project (Cepix).
43: Creating a Portal of Digital Journals in South Africa.
44: The Newspaper as a Source of Information.
45: Newspapers and Copyright.
46: Microfilming of Newspapers in South Africa.
47: «CAMP» and African Newspaper Microfilm Preservation and Digitisation.
48: The Conservation Housing, Storage and (Re)binding of Newspaper Clippings Originally Bound in a Scrapbook or Album Format, Following Conservation Treatment and Repair: The Fascicule System of Single Sheet Document Storage1.
49: Current South African Newspapers with Date of Commencement.