Information Technology and Libraries

Information Technology and Libraries publishes material related to all aspects of information technology in all types of libraries. Topic areas include, but are not limited to, library automation, digital libraries, metadata, identity management, distributed systems and networks, computer security, intellectual property rights, technical standards, geographic information systems, desktop applications, information discovery tools, web-scale library services, cloud computing, digital preservation, data curation, virtualization, search-engine optimization, emerging technologies, social networking, open data, the semantic web, mobile services and applications, usability, universal access to technology, library consortia, vendor relations, and digital humanities.

Vol 34, No 3 (2015)

Table of Contents

President's Message PDF
Thomas Dowling 1
Editorial Thoughts: Rise of the Innovation Commons PDF
Patrick Tod Colegrove 2-5
Editorial Board Thoughts: Information Technology and Libraries: Anxiety and Exhilaration PDF
Mark Cyzyk 6-7


What Technology Skills Do Developers Need? A Text Analysis of Job Listings in Library and Information Science (LIS) from PDF
Monica Maceli 8-21
Evaluation of Semi-Automatic Metadata Generation Tools: A Survey of the Current State of the Art PDF
Jung-ran Park, Andrew Brenza 22-42
Self-Archiving with Ease in an Institutional Repository: Microinteractions and the User Experience PDF
Sonya Betz, Robyn Hall 43-58
Hidden Online Surveillance: What Librarians Should Know to Protect Their Own Privacy and That of Their Patrons PDF
Alexandre Fortier, Jacquelyn Burkell 59-72

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