Browsing by Author "Downie, J. Stephen"

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  • All for one and one for all: reconciling research and production values at the HathiTrust through user-scripting

    Bainbridge, David; Downie, J. Stephen (IEEE, 2017)
    This article details a practical technique that safely reconciles the production stability and integrity of the HathiTrust Digital Library (HTDL) with the riskier and potentially disruptive experimental functionalities ...
  • At the nexus of data and collections: new affordances in the age of mass-scale digital libraries

    Downie, J. Stephen; Lorang, Elizabeth; Soh, Leen-Kiat; Bainbridge, David; McIntyre, Sandra; Page, Kevin (ACM, 2018)
    Within the context of mass-scale digital libraries, this panel will explore methodologies and uses for-as well as the results of- conceiving of "data as collections" and "collections as data." The panel will explore the ...
  • Challenges in cross-cultural/multilingual music information seeking

    Lee, Jin Ha; Downie, J. Stephen; Cunningham, Sally Jo (Queen Mary, University of London, 2005-09-01)
    Understanding and meeting the needs of a broad range of music users across different cultures and languages are central in designing a global music digital library. This exploratory study examines cross-cultural/multilingual ...
  • Exploring the music library association mailing list: a text mining approach

    Hu, Xiao; Choi, Kahyun; Hao, Yun; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Lee, Jin Ha; Laplante, Audrey; Bainbridge, David; Downie, J. Stephen (2017)
    Music librarians and people pursuing music librarianship have exchanged emails via the Music Library Association Mailing List (MLA-L) for decades. The list archive is an invaluable resource to discover new insights on music ...
  • Greenstone as a music digital library toolkit

    Bainbridge, David; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Downie, J. Stephen (ISMIR, 2004-10-01)
    Greenstone is an open source digital library system that has developed and matured since its inception in 1995. Today it is used in over 60 countries, with a strong emphasis on humanitarian aid. The software is also used ...