The development of virtual libraries in Commonwealth Libraries in Australia

Magnussen, Amanda The development of virtual libraries in Commonwealth Libraries in Australia., 2002 Masters thesis thesis, University of Canberra (Australia). [Thesis]

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This research examines the development of virtual libraries in Commonwealth libraries in Australia in 1998-1999. The background to the study lies in some of the current issues in the information sector, and government responses to those issues. The study begins by considering the nature of the Australian Commonwealth Government, reviewing what government libraries are and whom they serve, and examining the future trends expected to affect Commonwealth libraries. The current state of virtual library research is then reviewed, and the need for research in the Commonwealth library sector examined. The author reviews the virtual library concept as expressed in the literature in the field, determines what a virtual library is, and gives consideration to why virtual libraries are being developed. The issues that affect and are affected by virtual library development are then examined. Based on this, a model of virtual libraries is formulated, along with a brief consideration of the possible application, importance and problems associated with each element of the model. The research design and methods that were used to gather information for this study are then outlined, along with the inherent limitations of the research model. Following this, the findings from a survey of virtual library development in Commonwealth libraries are discussed. The author then conducts some analysis of these responses, and makes comparisons between different Commonwealth library responses, as well as comparisons with virtual library studies conducted in American and Australian academic libraries. The research concludes by attempting to reach some conclusions about Commonwealth virtual library development and the validity of the proposed model of virtual libraries. Flowing from this, recommendations are made for further research in this field.

Item type: Thesis (UNSPECIFIED)
Keywords: Virtual libraries, Government special libraries, Australia, Virtual library model, Digital libraries
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology.
Depositing user: A M Magnussen
Date deposited: 10 Oct 2005
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:01
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/6753

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