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ISQ Spring 2009 coverInformation Standards Quarterly (ISQ)
Spring 2009
Volume 21, Issue 2

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Table of Contents


  • NISO Celebrates 70 Years: Part Two
  • The DAISY Standard for Digital Talking Books: Mainstreaming Accessibility
    by Varju Luceno and Molly Stockdale
  • Linking to Library Records with OpenURL Using the OpenBook WordPress Plug-in
    by John Miedema
  • In Search of Best Practices for Presentation of E-Journals Free
    by Regina Romano Reynolds and Cindy Hepfer


  • What Is the Future of Video and Standards?
    by Jay Datema


  • Member Spotlight on 3M: Ensuring Customer Confidence
    by Cynthia Hodgson


  • NISO's Business Information Topic Committee: Focusing on the Management of Information
    by Kathleen Folger and Helen Szigeti
  • Streamlining Book Metadata
    by Judy Luther


  • Making Circulation Better: Highlights of the NCIP Implementers Group Meeting
    by Gail Wanner
  • 5th Communia Workshop: Accessing, Using, Reusing Public Sector Content and Data
    by Jonathan Gray
  • OCLC Symposium for Publishers and Librarians on Metadata
    by Renee Register


  • Cost of Resource Exchange (CORE) Protocol Trial Begun April 1
  • eXtensibe Catalog Project Releases Two Toolkits
  • New ISO TC46 Publications
  • LC Publishes Understanding PREMIS Guide
  • Launch of "Actionable ISBN" Using the DOI System
  • NFAIS Releases Best Practices for Publishing Journal Articles
  • NIST Defining the Expanding World of Cloud Computing<
  • Publishers Sign Up for the UKSG TRANSFER Code of Practice
  • Developing Standards for Online Article-Level Usage Statistics
  • Guidelines for Dublin Core Application Profiles
  • A Major New Version of ONIX for Books
  • NISO Initiates New Project on Single Sign-On Authentication
  • Survey of JPEG 2000 Implementation in Cultural Institutions