World Digital Libraries
An international Journal
ISSN: 0974-567X NEW
Volume 4; 2 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 3:1) published June 2010
Next issue (volume 3:2) scheduled for June 2011

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Prof. N. Balakrishnan
Indian Institute of Science

Debal D. Chandra Kar
New Dehli

Associate Editor
P.K. Bhattacharya
New Dehli

Assistant Editor
S. Gopalakrishnan
New Delhi

Editorial Advisory Board
Dr. J. Arora, IndiaProf. P. Nieuwenhuysen, Belgium
Prof. J.L. Borbinha, PortugalMr. J. Paschoud, UK
Prof. D. Chandran, AustraliaDr. A.R.D. Prasad, India India
Prof. C.-C. Chen, USAProf. I.T. Sølvberg, Norway
Dr. G. Chowdhury, AustraliaProf. Dr. M. Seadle, Germany
Dr. P.R. Goswami, IndiaDr. V.N. Shukla, India
Prof. A. Hopkinson, UKProf. M.G. Sreekumar, Malaysia
Dr. E.-P. Lim, SingaporeProf. S. Sugimoto, Japan
Prof. G. Marchionini, USAProf. P. Tapio Varis, Finland
Dr. A.L. Moorthy, IndiaProf. S.R. Urs, India
Dr. U. Mujoo-Munshi, IndiaProf. O. Vikas, India
Prof. E.J. Neuhold, AustriaProf. I.H. Witten, New Zealand

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Aims and Scope 
World Digital Libraries is an international peer-reviewed bi-annual journal. The journal seeks quality research papers that present original theoretical approaches. It also seeks experimental case studies related to digital library developments, maintenance and dissemination of digital information focusing on research and integration of knowledge at the interface of resources and development. The journal will, therefore, keep readers abreast with the current developments and contain articles, reviews, current developments and case studies, encompassing the following areas.
  • Theoretical and methodological issues that relate to the interrelationships among electronic resources management, digital preservation, multiple acces, multilinguality, copyright issues and security aspects.
  • Theoretical approuaches as well as axperimental case studies related to digital library development and maintenance.
  • Initiatives towards digitization through lucid case studies.
  • Current developments across the globe.
  • Dialogues between the scientific community and society at large.

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