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10. Continuing        Education

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Published quarterly by the UK Office for Library and Information Networking (UKOLN), reports on progress and developments within the Electronic Libraries Programme, often covering issues related to digital imaging.

CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) Publications, Frequent reports and research briefs on national and international digital imaging and preservation initiatives.

Current Cites
Annotated monthly bibliography of selected articles, books, and electronic documents on information technology. While broad in scope, helps keep up with the changes and trends in the digital library realm. To subscribe, send the message "subscribe Cites your name" to

D-Lib Magazine
Monthly, offers articles, commentaries, and briefings that support digital library research. Like Current Cites, covers cutting-edge digital library research and often includes articles related to digital imaging.

Journal of Electronic Publishing
Focuses quarterly on current issues and trends in electronic publishing, covering issues from creation to delivery of electronic information. Many of the issues are also of interest to those involved in digital imaging initiatives. Published by the University of Michigan Press.

RLG DigiNews
Produced for RLG by the Cornell University Library Research Department, RLG DigiNews is a bimonthly Web-based newsletter focused on issues of vital interest to managers of digital initiatives. Now in its sixth year of publication, RLG DigiNews provides filtered guidance and pointers to relevant projects, improving awareness of evolving practices in image conversion and digital archiving, while featuring announcements for related publications (in any form) that will help staff attain a deeper understanding of digital issues.

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