Purpose – To examine how a digital library service registry will help enable the development of distributed, service‐based digital libraries. Design/methodology/approach – A discussion of recent efforts in building service registries, the key components for a digital library service registry, and the need for a reference model for building distributed digital libraries. Findings – By building a reference model, digital library system development can move forward so that digital libraries become less silos of information and more interoperating collections of distributed services Originality/value – Provides ideas for digital library developers and implementers, especially those looking for increasing collaboration and interactivity in digital libraries.
OCLC Systems & Services – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 2006
Keywords: Digital libraries; Computer software; Modelling
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