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Programme Manual Bibliography

Section 1: Managing Resources

Project Management

[1] Kliem, R. and Ludin, I. The people side of project management, Gower, 1992

[2] Gido, J., Clements, J. Successful Project Management, South-western College, 1999

[3] Chalmers, J. Managing Projects, 1997

[4] Lock, D. Project Management. Gower, 2000

[5] Chapman C. and Ward. S. Project risk management processes, techniques and insights. John Wiley,  1997

Human Resources

[1] Marchington, M. and Wilkinson, A. Core personnel and development. Chartered Institute of Personnel and development, 2000

[2] Armstrong, M. A handbook of personnel management practice. Kogan Page, 1995

[3] Torrington, D. and Hall, L. Human Resource Management. Prentice Hall, 1998)

[4] Thomson, R. Managing people. The Institute of Management, 1993

[5] University of Bath Safety Manual

Section 2: Technical Aspects of Digitisation Project Management

What is metadata?

[1] Weibel, S. and Lagoze. C. 1997. An element set to support resource discovery. International Journal on Digital Libraries. (1), 176-186

[2] Dublin Core Metadata Initiative

Digital Preservation

[1] CEDARS Project

[2] nof-digitise Technical Standards and Guidelines

[3] Preservation Management of Digitial Materials

[4] Digital Culture: Maximising the nation's investment

[5] The Cedars Project

[6] Dublin Core Metadata Initiative

[7] AHDS Guide: Creating a viable data resource

Procurement and tendering for nof-digi projects

[1] The GCAT framework

[2] nof-digitise Technical Standards and Guidelines

[3] World Wide Web Consortium

[4] European Union directives on tendering

[5] Online Information Show

[6] LA workshops 

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