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Cette page introduit une traduction d'un article de Carl Lagoze, What Is a Digital Library Anymore, Anyway? par Djamila Safa. Cet article avait été réalisé à la suite d'une première traduction en français : Qu’est-ce qu’une bibliothèque numérique, au juste ?.

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. بتنوع المعاير [1] يمكن القول أن المكتبات الرقميّة تعيش في الوقت الحالي مرحلة شبابها، و هذه المرحلة توحي في نفس الوقت بالتفاؤل والانشغال

بتنوع المعاير [8] يمكن القول أن المكتبات الرقميّة تعيش في الوقت الحالي مرحلة شبابها، و هذه المرحلة توحي في نفس الوقت بالتفاؤل والانشغال. فالتفاؤل يأتي نتيجة نجاحات حققت خلال عشر سنة من الأبحاث، و التطوير، و الانتشار. أيّ قائمة تكون حتميّا ناقصة، لكن بالتأكيد تضمن غوغل2، نظام هاندل®3، دوبلين كور4، OAI-PMH أي "أو.أ.ي-ب.م.ه"5 ، (بروتوكول جمع معلومات عن الميتاداتا الناشئة من مبادرة الأرشيفات المفتوحة)، عنوان الموقع الالكتروني مفتوح أي URL مفتوحة [40]، أرئكسيف6، دسبايس [53] و لوكساس [50] . هذه الإنجازات التي انتشرت مع الانفجار العام لشبكة الإنترنت بنفسها، خلال الخمس عشر سنة 7، تقترب من منظورة المكتبة الرقمية، " كمدخل عالمي لعلم البشرية" كما عبر عنه بيان اللجنة الاستشارية لتكنولوجيا المعلومات لرئيس الولايات المتحدة سنة 2001 [45].

Notes

  1. 1,0 et 1,1

    وعلى الرغم من عرض قائمة من الموارد الرقمية في وقت مبكر في تاريخ الحوسبة [51] استخدام على نطاق واسع "bibliothèques numériques" مصطلح ظهر في وقت مبكر من

  2. <http://www.google.com>
  3. <http://www.handle.net>
  4. <http://www.dublincore.org>
  5. <http://openarchives.org>
  6. <http://arxiv.org>
  7. Dont la richesse sera significativement accrue par des efforts de numérisation massifs tels que Google Print
    <http://print.google.com>
  8. note 1

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