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Dick R. Miller is the head of technical services at the Lane Medical Library at the Stanford University Medical Center. His extensive information systems experience led to his early promotion of using XML in libraries, notably in "XML: Libraries' Strategic Opportunity," published in the summer 2000 issue of Library Journal NetConnect. In addition he led in the development of XOBIS, an experimental schema for bibliographic and authority information and has advocated an XML replacement for MARC. Formerly, Miller was associate librarian at Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. He has made a number of presentations on XML for groups such as ALA's MARBI/CC:DA, the Medical Library Association, and most recently the FRBR Working Group of IFLA. He earned his MLS from the University of Oklahoma.
Kevin S. Clarke is a digital information systems developer at Lane Medical Library at the Stanford University Medical Center. He was formerly a digital information systems programmer at Lane and a cataloging assistant at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was a co-presenter on "XML for Librarians," a continuing education course at the Medical Library Association meeting in Florida in 2001 and wrote "Updating MARC records with XMLMARC" in XML in Libraries. He received an MSIS from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
|1||It's Elemental, My Dear Watson||1|
|2||"The Nice Thing about Standards ..."||44|
|3||In the Scheme of Things||91|
|4||XML Tools: What Do You Want to Do Today?||145|
|5||The Future is Now: Trends and Possibilities||173|