Vol 2, no. 3/4 (2011): From Closed Doors to Open Gates

Editors: Jon Purday, Maria Śliwińska

Table of Contents

Foreword
Neelie Kroes
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5-7
Introduction
Jonathan Purday, Maria Śliwińska
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9-11

Main Articles

Derek Law
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15-23
Tom Storey, Lorcan Dempsey
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25-32
Liam Wyatt
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33-41
Silvia Gstrein
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42-45

Interviews & Projects

News from EuropeanaConnect
David Fuegi
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49-53
Europeana: from prototype to production
Jonathan Purday
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54-63

Short Articles

Albania: Moving The Library of the University of Arts into Digital Space
Miranda Bakiasi
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66-71
Bulgaria: The Online Union Library Catalogue in Bulgaria
Irina Kuzidova- Karadzhinova
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72-75
Croatia: In Service of Their Communities: Public Libraries Today
Aleksandra Horvat
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76-83
Czech Republic: eSbírky - Culture without Borders
Ivana Havlikova, Kateřina Salonová
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84-87
Finland: The National Digital Library of Finland
Minna Karvonen
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88-91
Germany: Museum-digital
Stefan Rohde-Enslin
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92-95
Greece: Greek Cultural Collections: the Path to Europeana
Katerina Moutogianni, Constantinos Chatzichristos
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96-101
Hungary: The Digital Literary Academy
Iván Rónai
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102-105
Ireland: Ask About Ireland – a User Centred Approach to Digitised Cultural Content
Annette Kelly
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106-109
Italy:Internet Culturale [Cultural Internet]. Catalogues and Digital Collections from Italian Libraries
Laura Ciancio
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110-119
Latvia: Latvian National Digital Library "Letonica"
Uldis Zarins
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120-125
Lithuania: The Development of Digital Publications in Lithuanian Museums in 1995 - 2010
Danutė Mukienė
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126-131
Poland: Polish Memory Institutions Show Resources Online
Maria Śliwińska
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132-135
Portugal: Enhancing Digital Services at the National Library of Portugal
Helena Patrício
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136-143
Romania: The Romanian Libraries in the Electronic Age
Oana Lucia Dimitriu
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144-149
Slovak Republic: Information Ecology of Digital Libraries
Jela Steinerová
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150-157
United Kingdom: Culture Grid
Phill Purdy
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158-161

Book Reviews

Vesela Chichovska. The Policy against Education. 2nd amended edition. Sofia: Gutenberg Publishing House, 2011, 579 p.
Dr. Dimka (Ivanova) Gicheva-Gocheva
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164
Richard E. Quandt, The Changing Landscape in Eastern Europe : A Personal Perspective on Philanthropy and Technology Transfer. Oxford: University Press, 2002, 469 p. – Series:Europe in Transition.
Maria Śliwińska
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164-166
Tatyana Slavova. Ruler and Administration in Early Medieval Bulgaria: Philological Perspectives. Sofia: PAM Publishing Company, 2010, 344 p.
Yavor Miltenov
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166

Conference Reports

Belgium: Europeana and Digital Access to Cultural Heritage. Brussels (Belgium) January 19, 2011
Hans van der Linden, Jef Malliet, Rony Vissers
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170-173
Bulgaria: Integrating Bulgarian Library Resources: Nalis – The Gateway To Bulgarian Academic Libraries. International Forum, Sofia (Bulgaria), 23-24 September 2010
Ekaterina Dikova
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174
Israel: EVA/MINERVA 2010, Jerusalem The 7th Jerusalem Conference on the Digitisation of Cultural Heritage, Jerusalem (Israel), 15-17 November 2010
Susan Hazan
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175-179
Lithuania: The Cooperation between State and Business Agencies in Pursuing Cultural Heritage Digitisation Projects in Science and Memory Institutions. Lithuanian Art Museum, Vilnius (Lithuania), November 10, 2010
Dalia Sirgedaitė
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180
Poland: Opening of the Digital National Museum in Warsaw
Marcin Werla
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180-181
Poland: Hack4Europe! from a Polish perspective, Poznan (Poland) Dzialynski Palace, 7-8th of June 2011
Adam Dudczak
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182-183
United Kingdom: Culture Grid Hack Day Report. Newcastle (United Kingdom), Febrary 18, 2011
Phill Purdy
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184-186