pages
152
ISBN
9781785480454

The technological interoperability of digital libraries must be rethought in order to adapt to new uses and networks. Informative digital environments aimed at responding to heritage, cultural, scientific or commercial demands have taken over the global cyberspace and have redesigned the techno-informative landscape of the Web. However, while the technological models demonstrate their effectiveness and […]

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The technological interoperability of digital libraries must be rethought in order to adapt to new uses and networks.

Informative digital environments aimed at responding to heritage, cultural, scientific or commercial demands have taken over the global cyberspace and have redesigned the techno-informative landscape of the Web. However, while the technological models demonstrate their effectiveness and explain to a large extent the creation of digital libraries, archives and deposits, the subjacent concept of uses continues to cause debate.

The information technologies used by heterogeneous digital libraries enable a technical interoperability of content. This is not enough to allow the adhesion of a public connected to very different information profiles and techniques. This book explores the avenues of a user-orientated interoperability where the questions of consultation interfaces and content description processes are studied.

1. Information Retrieval, Web andInteroperability.
2. Interoperability, Interface and Hypertext.
3. Usage-Oriented Interoperability.
4. Usage Prospects.

Fabrice Papy

Professeur de sciences de l’information et de la communication à l’université de Lorraine, Fabrice Papy dirige le laboratoire Document numérique et usages. Ses travaux de recherche portent sur les problématiques de la médiation instrumentée par les technologies de l’information et de la communication.