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  • Egov.gov

  • Institutional Repositories

  • A Guide to Institutional Repository Software
  • ARL's Institutional Repositories: Essential Infrastructure for Scholarship in the Digital Age
  • GILS RSS Workshop: Publish and Syndicate Your News to the Web


  • Open Urls (Under Development)
    RSS for Libraries

  • RSS for New Web Masters: What is RSS and How Do You Use It?
  • RSS for New Web Masters: Using RSS Feeds in Aggregators and as Free Web Content
  • A Detailed Description of RSS
  • RSS(sm): Rich Site Services
  • eFeeds(sm): Web Feeds from Electronic Journals
  • B-Feeds(sm): Web Feeds for Books and Monographs
  • RSS in Government
  • Pew Study on RSS and Blog Statistics
  • General Bibliography


  • Taxonomies


  • Taxonomy and Knowledge Organization (Presentation)
         Taxonomy and Knowledge Organization (PowerPoint Slides)
  • Resources for Taxonomy Creation and Content Management
  • Searchtools.com Tools to create taxonomies, browsable directories and classifying documents

  • Other Content Management Resources (In development)

    FLICC Content Management Working Group

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    Updated May 2005