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ISQ Fall 2009 coverInformation Standards Quarterly (ISQ)
Fall 2009
Volume 21, Issue 4

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Table of Contents

FEATURES

  • NISO Celebrates 70 Years: Part 4: Where to from here?
    by Todd Carpenter

  • Library Automation in India: Past, Present, and Future
    by Rajesh Chandrakar and Jagdish Arora

OPINION

  • Rating ILS Interoperability: A Proposal
    by Annette Bailey and Godmar Back

  • Electronic Resource Management Systems and Workflow: Two Views from the Trenches
    by Jeff Aipperspach and Leslie Lapham

  • Digitization: How Many Best Practices, Guidelines, and Standards Do We Need?
    by Jill Hurst-Wahl

NISO REPORTS

  • Institutional Identifiers In Repositories: A Survey Report
    by Michael Giarlo

CONFERENCE REPORT

  • Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) National Forum 2009
    by Lisa Carlucci Thomas, Amy Roberson, and Kurt W. Wagner

  • International Activity in Digital Preservation: The iPRES Conference
    by Priscilla Caplan

  • Society for Scholarly Publishing’s IN Meeting: INnovate, INteract, INspire
    by Todd Carpenter

  • The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers International Conference 2009
    by Helen Henderson

NOTEWORTHY

  • New on the NISO Website

  • EPUB Standard Receives New Endorsements and a Maintenance Agency

  • CrossRef, SAGE, OUP, CLOCKSS and Portico Collaborate on Archive for Discontinued Journal Articles

  • PLoS Introduces Article-Level Metrics

  • SLA Forms New Professional Interest Group for Taxonomy Professionals

  • Ithaka Study Advises on Journal Withdrawals

  • NSTC Releases Strategy for Digital Scientific Data

  • ARL Publishes SPEC Kit on E-book Collections

  • DAISY Book Samples Available

STATE of the STANDARDS