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Southern Alberta Digital Library Collections

Publications About
Southern Alberta

New Zealand 2006

Curry Collection

Demo


Use the Java applet version of the Librarian Interface to build your own collections on our site
Helps you to add documents to existing collections
Allows you to add new users, summarizes the collections in the system, gives technical information on the Greenstone installation


Southern Alberta Digital Library Centre

People

The Southern Alberta Digital Library Centre is a research programme at the University of Lethbridge, operating in partnership with the New Zealand Digital Library project. The aim is to develop the underlying technology for digital libraries and make it available publicly so that others can use it to create their own collections.

Our web site provides document collections for local organizations and people. Other collections will be coming online in the future as current projects move forward. Visit often!

All are available over the Web, and can be accessed through searching and browsing interfaces provided by the Greenstone digital library software.

The Greenstone software
About
Greenstone
Greenstone
Documentation

The Greenstone Digital Library software provides a new way of organizing information and making it available over the Internet or on CD-ROM. It is open-source software, available under the terms of the Gnu public license.

A digital library is made up of a set of collections. Each collection of information comprises several (typically several thousand, or even several million) documents, which share a uniform searching and browsing interface. Collections can be organized in many different ways while retaining a strong family resemblance.

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Our research

The goal of our research program is to explore the potential of internet-based digital libraries. Our vision is to develop systems that automatically impose structure on anarchic, uncatalogued, distributed repositories of information, thereby providing information consumers with effective tools to locate what they need and to peruse it conveniently and comfortably.



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Southern Alberta Digital Library Centre
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
University of Lethbridge
Alberta, Canada
Last Updated September 2010


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