Scoping the Future of Oxford's Digital Collections

A Study Funded by the Andrew W Mellon Foundation

Introduction

This is the home page of the Mellon-funded 'Scoping the Future of Oxford's Digital Collections' Report which ran from November 1998 to July 1999. The project was conducted by Stuart Lee, seconded from the Humanities Computing Unit, and overseen by a Project Steering Group (a subset of the University’s Digital Library Resources Group comprising John Tuck, David Cooper, Marilyn Deegan, and Peter Leggate). The project has now finished.

Final Report

[27/9/99] NEW! 'Scoping the Future of the University of Oxford’s Digital Library Collections'. The full final report. [If you wish to simply download a Word 6.0 file of the main body of the report - click here.]


Other Contents

  1. A Short Synopsis of the Aims and Deliverables of the Project
  2. A Fuller Explanation of the Project
  3. The Project Steering Group
  4. 'On-Line Tutorials and Digital Archives' - this report may be of interest to some as it outlines the creation of the Wilfred Owen Multimedia Archive.

Contact Details

If you have any comments to make on the final report please contact Stuart Lee, OUCS, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN (e-mail Stuart.Lee@oucs.ox.ac.uk; tel: +44 1865 [2]83403).


Aim of the Report

The report aimed:

The study, approved and funded by the Andrew W Mellon Foundation, was carried out over a nine month period from November 1 1998 to July 31 1999. The study was expected to deliver two outcomes:


Project Steering Group

The project was conducted by Stuart Lee and overseen by a Project Steering Group (a subset of the University's Digital Library Resources Group) comprising of:


HTML by Stuart Lee, September 1999.