The association of research libraries ARL Scholars Portal Working Group final report, May 2002

Jerry Campbell, Ken Frazier, Olivia Madison, Sarah Michalak, Sarah Pritchard, Brian Schottlaender, Carla J Stoffle, Sarah Thomas, Fred Heath, Richard Lucier, Sherrie Schmidt, Julie Wessling, Paul Willis, Jerome Yavarkovsky

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Abstract

The ARL Scholars Portal Working Group was established in 2000 to advance the concept of a collective research library presence on the Web. On 1 May 2002, there was a public news release that a Scholars Portal Project was being launched by several ARL member libraries (a subset of the working group) in collaboration with ARL and Fretwell-Downing, Inc. (FD). This report summarizes the work of the Scholars Portal Working Group from its inception, including the group's sense of key portal features and functionality. The report concludes with a recommendation to the ARL Board to discharge the Scholars Portal Working Group and replace it with a new ARL Working Group on Portal Applications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPortals and Libraries
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Pages189-204
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)9780203051375
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StatePublished - 2012

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Keywords

  • Association of Research Libraries
  • Fretwell-Downing Inc
  • Library.org
  • Scholars Portal
  • Super discovery tool

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  • Social Sciences(all)

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Campbell, J., Frazier, K., Madison, O., Michalak, S., Pritchard, S., Schottlaender, B., ... Yavarkovsky, J. (2012). The association of research libraries ARL Scholars Portal Working Group final report, May 2002. In Portals and Libraries (pp. 189-204). Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.1300/J111v43n01_12

The association of research libraries ARL Scholars Portal Working Group final report, May 2002. / Campbell, Jerry; Frazier, Ken; Madison, Olivia; Michalak, Sarah; Pritchard, Sarah; Schottlaender, Brian; Stoffle, Carla J; Thomas, Sarah; Heath, Fred; Lucier, Richard; Schmidt, Sherrie; Wessling, Julie; Willis, Paul; Yavarkovsky, Jerome.

Portals and Libraries. Taylor and Francis, 2012. p. 189-204.

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Campbell, J, Frazier, K, Madison, O, Michalak, S, Pritchard, S, Schottlaender, B, Stoffle, CJ, Thomas, S, Heath, F, Lucier, R, Schmidt, S, Wessling, J, Willis, P & Yavarkovsky, J 2012, The association of research libraries ARL Scholars Portal Working Group final report, May 2002. in Portals and Libraries. Taylor and Francis, pp. 189-204. https://doi.org/10.1300/J111v43n01_12
Campbell J, Frazier K, Madison O, Michalak S, Pritchard S, Schottlaender B et al. The association of research libraries ARL Scholars Portal Working Group final report, May 2002. In Portals and Libraries. Taylor and Francis. 2012. p. 189-204 https://doi.org/10.1300/J111v43n01_12
Campbell, Jerry ; Frazier, Ken ; Madison, Olivia ; Michalak, Sarah ; Pritchard, Sarah ; Schottlaender, Brian ; Stoffle, Carla J ; Thomas, Sarah ; Heath, Fred ; Lucier, Richard ; Schmidt, Sherrie ; Wessling, Julie ; Willis, Paul ; Yavarkovsky, Jerome. / The association of research libraries ARL Scholars Portal Working Group final report, May 2002. Portals and Libraries. Taylor and Francis, 2012. pp. 189-204
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