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The Electronic Presentation of a Scholarly Collection Catalouge: An Oberlin Case Study


TitleThe Electronic Presentation of a Scholarly Collection Catalouge: An Oberlin Case Study
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsWilker, J. S.
Secondary TitleMuseum Interactive Multimedia 1997: cultural heritage systems design and interfaces. Selected Papers from ichim97
Conference Start Date1-5 September
PublisherArchives & Museum Informatics
Place PublishedLe Louvre, Paris, France
Keywordsauthoring, catalogue, CD-ROMs, collections, database, Director, multimedia, student programmers, V12
Abstract

This paper presents the issues involved in presenting scholarly art historical content via a digital medium, and describes the decisions made and procedures taken to achieve at our goal of a published collection catalogue on CD-ROM. The advantages and disadvantages of student programmers and other specifics of the Oberlin project should aid other institutions in their publication choices.

URLhttp://www.archimuse.com/publishing/ichim97/squires.pdf
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