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 33, No 3 (2014)

Table of Contents

President’s Message: UX Thinking and the LITA Member Experience PDF
Rachel Vacek 1-4


Negotiating a Text Mining License for Faculty Researchers PDF
Lynne M Fox, Leslie A. Williams, Lawrence Hunter, Christophe Roeder 5-21
High-Performance Annotation Tagging over Solr Full-text Indexes PDF
Paolo Manghi, Michele Artini, Alessia Bardi, Claudio Atzori, Sandro La Bruzzo, Marko Mikulicic 22-44
Adventure Code Camp: Library Mobile Design in the Backcountry PDF
David Ward, James Hahn, Lori Mestre 45-52
A Candid Look at Collected Works: Challenges of Clustering Aggregates in GLIMIR and FRBR PDF
Gail Thornburg 53-64


The Free Software Alternative: Freeware, Open Source Software, and Libraries PDF
James Edward Corbly 65-75

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