Mary Lee Kennedy and Clifford A. Lynch. “A Case for Continued Strategic Investments by Research Libraries to Advance Research and Learning.” ARL News, July 10, 2020 (https://www.arl.org/news/a-case-for-continued-strategic-investments-by-research-libraries-to-advance-research-and-learning/).
Selected Articles and Book Chapters
by CNI Executive Director Clifford Lynch
Clifford A. Lynch. “Machine Learning, Archives and Special Collections: A High-Level View.” Flash, no. 38 (2019) and ICA Blog, Oct. 2, 2019 (https://blog-ica.org/2019/10/02/machine-learning-archives-and-special-collections-a-high-level-view/).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Reader Privacy: The New Shape of the Threat.” Research Library Issues, no. 297 (2019): 7–14.
Clifford A. Lynch. “Managing the Cultural Record in the Information Warfare Era.” EDUCAUSE Review 53, no. 6 (November/December 2018).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Practical Consequences of the Elimination of Net Neutrality for the Research & Education Community: A Speculation,” Research Library Issues 293 (2018).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Stewardship in the ‘Age of Algorithms,'” First Monday, Volume 22, Number 12, December 2, 2017.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Rise of Reading Analytics and the Emerging Calculus of Reader Privacy in the Digital World,” First Monday, Volume 22, Number 4, April 3, 2017.
Clifford Lynch, “Updating the Agenda for Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communications – Guest Editorial,” College & Research Libraries, 78:2 (February 2017), p. 126-130, doi:10.5860/crl.78.2.126.
Clifford A. Lynch. “Report on the 2016 CNI Authentication and Authorization Survey,” EDUCAUSE Review, (December 12, 2016).
Clifford A. Lynch. Report on the CNI Authentication and Authorization Survey 2016 (August 2016).
See also the survey used to collect data for this report.
Clifford A. Lynch et al. Curation. Big Data in the Campus Landscape (series). EDUCAUSE Center for
Analysis and Research Campus Cyberinfrastructure (ECAR-CCI) Working Group. November 20, 2015.
Keith W. Kintigh, et al, “Cultural Dynamics, Deep Time, and Data: Planning Cyberinfrastructure Investments for Archaeology,” Advances in Archaeological Practice, Volume 3, Number 1, February 2015, pp. 1-15 (15).
Clifford Lynch, “The Need for Research Data Inventories and the Vision for SHARE,” Information Standards Quarterly, Summer 2014.
Jim Pitman and Clifford Lynch, “Planning a 21st Century Global Library for Mathematics Research,” Notices of the American Mathematical Society, August 2014.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The ‘Digital’ Scholarship Disconnect,” EDUCAUSE Review, (May/June 2014).
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Next Generation of Challenges in the Curation of Scholarly Data,” Research Data Management: Practical Strategies for Information Professionals, edited by Joyce M. Ray. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2013.
Use of this chapter is for noncommercial purposes only. The volume is available for purchase from http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/titles/format/9781557536648
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Future of Personal Digital Archiving: Defining the Research Agendas,” Personal Archiving: Preserving Our Digital Heritage, edited by Donald T. Hawkins. Information Today, 2013.
Use of this chapter is for noncommercial purposes only. The volume is available for purchase from http://books.infotoday.com/books/Personal-Archiving.shtml
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Public Library in 2020,” Library 2020: Today’s Leading Visionaries Describe Tomorrow’s Library, edited by Joseph Janes. Scarecrow Press, 2013.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Ebooks in 2013: Promises Broken, Promises Kept, and Faustian Bargains,” Digital Content: What’s Next, supplement to American Libraries (May 2013).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Lee Dirks: An Appreciation” (September 2012).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Closing Thoughts,” Aligning National Approaches to Digital Preservation, Nancy Y. McGovern (Volume Editor), Katherine Skinner (Series Editor), (Atlanta, GA.: Educopia Institute Publications, 2012), pp. 309-320.
Clifford A. Lynch, and Lee Dirks, “New Initiatives in Open Research,” Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference (2011).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Imagining a University Press System to Support Scholarship in the Digital Age.” Journal of Electronic Publishing (November 2010).
Joan K. Lippincott and Clifford A. Lynch, “ETDs and Graduate Education- Programs and Prospects,” Research Library Issues 270 (June 2010).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Special Collections at the Cusp of the Digital Age: A Credo,” Research Library Issues, no. 267 (December 2009).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Jim Gray’s Fourth Paradigm and the Construction of the Scientific Record,” The Fourth Paradigm, edited by Tony Hey. Microsoft Research, 2009.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Impact of Digital Scholarship on Research Libraries,” The Journal of Library Administration 49:3 (April 2009), pp. 227-244.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Institutional Challenges of Cyberinfrastructure and E-Research,” EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 46, no. 3 (November/December 2008).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Big data: How do your data grow?” Nature, vol. 455, no. 7209 (September 3, 2008). [Abstract]
Clifford A. Lynch, “Digital Libraries, Learning Communities, and Open Education,” Opening Up Education: The Collective Advancement of Education through Open Technology, Open Content, and Open Knowledge, Toru Iiyoshi, M. S. Vijay Kumar (Eds.), (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2008).
Clifford A. Lynch, “A Matter of Mission: Information Technology and the Future of Higher Education,” The Tower and The Cloud, Richard N. Katz (Ed.), (Boulder: EDUCAUSE, 2008), 43-50.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Repatriation, Reconstruction, and Cultural Diplomacy in the Digital World,” EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 43, no. 1 (January/February 2008).
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Shape of the Scientific Article in the Developing Cyberinfrastructure,” CTWatch Quarterly (August 2007).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Improving Access to Research Results: Six Points,” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 248 (October 2006): 5-7.
Kimberly B. Kelley, Kimberly M. Bonner, Clifford A. Lynch and Jaehong Park, “Digital Rights Management (DRM) and Higher Education: Opportunities and Challenges,” The Center for Intellectual Property Handbook, Kimberly M. Bonner and the staff of the Center for Intellectual Property (Eds.), (NY, NY: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2006), pp. 107-122.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Open Computation: Beyond Human-Reader-Centric Views of Scholarly Literatures,” Open Access: Key Strategic, Technical and Economic Aspects, Neil Jacobs (Ed.), (Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2006), 185-193.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Copyright Law, Intellectual Property Policy, and Academic Culture,” The Center for Intellectual Property Handbook, Kimberly M. Bonner and the staff of the Center for Intellectual Property (Eds.), (NY, NY: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2006), pp. 153-174.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Research Libraries Engage the Digital World: A US-UK Comparative Examination of Recent History and Future Prospects,” Ariadne 46 (February, 2006).
Clifford A. Lynch and Joan K. Lippincott, “Institutional Repository Deployment in the United States as of Early 2005,” D-Lib Magazine, 11:9 (September 2005).
Gerard van Westrienen and Clifford A. Lynch, “Academic Institutional Repositories: Deployment Status in 13 Nations as of Mid 2005,” D-Lib Magazine, 11:9 (September 2005).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Where Do We Go from Here? The Next Decade in Digital Libraries,” D-Lib Magazine, 11:7/8 (July/August 2005).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Introduction,” Escholarship: A LITA Guide, Debra Shapiro (ed.) (Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2005), pp. vii-ix.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Keynote Address: Digital Rights Management Systems and Scholarship,” Colleges, Code and Copyright: The Impact of Digital Networks and Technological Controls on Copyright and the Dissemination of Information In Higher Education; Conference Proceedings, June 10-11, 2004, Adelphi, Maryland. (ACRL Publications in Librarianship, no. 57), Center for Intellectual Property, University of Maryland University College, (Chicago, IL: Association of College & Research Libraries, 2005), pp. 1-20.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The New Dimensions of Learning Communities,” Threshold (Winter 2004). [MS Word, Preprint]
Clifford A. Lynch, “Preserving Digital Documents: Choices, Approaches, and Standards,” Law Library Journal 96:4 (Fall 2004), 609-17.
Clifford A. Lynch and Neil McLean, “Interoperability between Information and Learning Environments–Bridging the Gaps,” a white paper produced jointly by IMS Global Learning Consortium and the Coalition for Networked Information (May 2004).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Life After Graduation Day: Beyond the Academy’s Digital Walls,” EDUCUASE Review 38: 5 (September/October 2003), 12-13.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Visible Classroom,” EDUCAUSE Review 38: 4 (July/August 2003), 68.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Reflections Towards the Development of a ‘Post-DL’ Research Agenda,” Wave of the Future: NSF Post Digital Libraries Future Workshop, Chatham, Massachusetts, June 15-17, 2003.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Institutional Repositories: Essential Infrastructure for Scholarship in the Digital Age,” ARL Bimonthly Report 226 (February 2003), 1-7.
Reprinted in Portal: Libraries and the Academy 3:2 (2003), pp. 327-336. Translated to French by Simone Jerome as “Les dépôts de documents institutionnels: une infrastructure éventuelle pour l’enseignement à l’ère numérique,” Cahiers de la documentation Bladen voor de documentatie 57:4 (December 2003), pp. 135-143.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Afterlives of Courses on the Network: Information Management Issues for Learning Management Systems,” EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research Research Bulletin 2002:23 (November 2002).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Preserving Digital Information to Support Scholarship,” in Maureen Devlin, Richard Larsen, and Joel Meyerson, eds., The Internet & the University: 2001 Forum (EDUCAUSE 2002).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Digital Collections, Digital Libraries, and the Digitization of Cultural Heritage Information,” First Monday 7: 5 (May 2002).
Clifford A. Lynch, “A New Research Agenda for Measurement and Evaluation in the Networked Information World,” Charles McClure and John Carol Bertot, eds., Evaluating Networked Information Services: Techniques, Policy, and Issues (Information Today, September 2001).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Colliding with the Real World: Heresies and Unexplored Questions about Audience, Economics, and Control of Digital Libraries,” Ann Bishop, Barbara Butterfield, and Nancy Van House, eds., Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Metadata Harvesting and the Open Archives Initiative,” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions 217 (August 2001).
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Battle to Define the Future of the Book in the Digital World,” First Monday 6: 6 (June 2001).
Commercial publishing interests are presenting the future of the book in the digital world through the promotion of e-book reading appliances and software. Implicit in this is a very complex and problematic agenda that re-establishes the book as a digital cultural artifact within a context of intellectual property rights management enforced by hardware and software systems. With the convergence of different types of content into a common digital bit-stream, developments in industries such as music are establishing precedents that may define our view of digital books. At the same time we find scholars exploring the ways in which the digital medium can enhance the traditional communication functions of the printed work, moving far beyond literal translations of the pages of printed books into the digital world. This paper examines competing visions for the future of the book in the digital environment, with particular attention to questions about the social implications of controls over intellectual property, such as continuity of cultural memory.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Personalization and Recommender Systems in the Larger Context: New Directions and Research Questions,” Second DELOS Network of Excellence Workshop on Personalisation and Recommender Systems in Digital Libraries, Dublin, Ireland, June 18-20, 2001.
Clifford A. Lynch, “When Documents Deceive: Trust and Provenance as New Factors for Information Retrieval in a Tangled Web,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science 52:1 (January 2001), pp.12-17.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The New Context for Bibliographic Control in the New Millennium,” Bicentennial Conference for the New Millennium: Confronting the Challenge of Networked Resources and the Web, Washington, DC, November 15-17, 2000.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Why Broadband Matters: Applications and Architectural Issues,” Educause Quarterly 23:2 (2000), pp. 59-62.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Cumulative Evolution as Revolution: Four Trends that Will Change the Rules for Digital Imaging Projects,” Anne R. Kenney and Oya Y. Rieger, eds., Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging For Libraries and Archives (Mountain View, CA: Research Libraries Group, 2000), pp. 162-163.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Authenticity and Integrity in the Digital Environment: An Exploratory Analysis of the Central Role of Trust,” Authenticity in a Digital Environment (Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2000), pp 32-50.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Future Developments in Metadata and Their Role in Access to Networked Information,” Proceedings of the ALCTS Preconference on Metadata, July 6-7, 2000.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Pondering The Digital Dilemma: A Personal Perspective,” Against the Grain 12:3 (June 2000), pp. 49-51.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Strategic Issues: Technology, Trends and Solutions,” Vantage Point: Preserving Digital Information (Birmingham, AL: EBSCO Subscription Services, April 2000), pp. 3-6.
Clifford A. Lynch, “From Automation to Transformation: Forty Years of Libraries and Information Technology in Higher Education,” Educause Review 35:1 (January/February 2000), pp. 60-68.
Bob Aiken, John Strassner, Brian Carpenter, Ian Foster, Clifford Lynch, Joe Mambretti, Regan Moore, Benjamin Teitelbaum, “RFC 2768: Network Policy and Services: A Report of a Workshop on Middleware” (The Internet Society, February 2000).
An ad hoc middleware workshop was held at the International Center for Advanced Internet Research in December 1998. The Workshop was organized and sponsored by Cisco, Northwestern University’s International Center for Advanced Internet Research (iCAIR), IBM, and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The goal of the workshop was to identify existing middleware services that could be leveraged for new capabilities as well as identifying additional middleware services requiring research and development. The workshop participants discussed the definition of middleware in general, examined the applications perspective, detailed underlying network transport capabilities relevant to middleware services, and then covered various specific examples of middleware components. These included APIs, authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) issues, policy framework, directories, resource management, networked information discovery and retrieval services, quality of service, security, and operational tools. The need for a more organized framework for middleware R&D was recognized, and a list of specific topics needing further work was identified.
Reva Basch,Timothy M. Andrews, Clifford A. Lynch, “Timelines to the Future: Three Movers and Shakers Point the Way,” Searcher 8: 1 (January 2000).
“Super searcher Reva Basch, Factiva president and CEO Tim Andrews, and Clifford Lynch, executive director of the Coalition for Networked Information, peer into the information industry mists and predict what lies ahead in the next 20 years.”
Clifford A. Lynch, “Electrifying the Book, Part II,” NetConnect, Supplement to Library Journal 125:1 (January 2000), pp. 24-27.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Medical Libraries, Bioinformatics, and Networked Information: A Coming Convergence?” Bulletin of the Medical Libraries Association 87:4 (October 1999), pp. 408-414.
Libraries will be changed by technological and social developments that are fueled by information technology, bioinformatics, and networked information. Libraries in highly focused settings such as the health sciences are at a pivotal point in their development as the synthesis of historically diverse and independent information sources transforms health care institutions. Boundaries are breaking down between published literature and research data, between research databases and clinical patient data, and between consumer health information and professional literature. This paper focuses on the dynamics that are occurring with networked information sources and the roles that libraries will need to play in the world of medical informatics in the early twenty-first century.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Electrifying the Book, Part I,” NetConnect, Supplement to Library Journal 124:17 (October 1999), pp. 3-6.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Canonicalization: A Fundamental Tool To Facilitate Preservation and Management of Digital Information,” D-lib Magazine, 5:9 (September 1999).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Authentication and Trust in a Networked World,” EDUCOM Review 34:4 (July/August 1999), p. 60.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Scholarly Monograph’s Descendants,” Mary M. Case, ed., The Specialized Scholarly Monograph in Crisis, or How Can I Get Tenure if You Won’t Publish My Book? (Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1999), pp. 137-148.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Today and Tomorrow: What the Digital Library Really Means for Collections and Services,” Peggy Johnson and Bonnie MacEwan, eds., Virtually Yours: Models for Managing Electronic Resources and Services, ALCTS Papers on Library Technical Services and Collections, no.8 (Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 1999), pp. 85-97.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Civilizing the Information Ecology: Views of Information Landscapes for a Learning Society,” Sally Criddle, Lorcan Dempsey and Richard Heseltine, eds., Information Landscapes for A Learning Society: Networking and the Future of Libraries 3: An International Conference Held at the University of Bath, 29 June -1 July 1998 (London: Library Association Publishing, 1999), pp. 257-268.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Academic Library in the Networked Information Age,” Mark A. Luker, ed., Preparing Your Campus for a Networked Future (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1999), pp. 15-28.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Building Digital Libraries for Metadiversity: Federation Across Disciplines,” Richard T. Kaser and Victoria Cox, eds., Metadiversity: The Call for Community: Proceedings of the Symposium Sponsored by the U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division and The National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services, November 9-12, 1998 (Philadelphia, PA: NFAIS, 1999), pp. 123-129.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Experiential Documents and the Technologies of Remembrance,” Alison Scammell, ed., I in the Sky: Visions of the Information Future (London: Aslib, 2000; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1999), pp. 140-146.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Broadband Networking and the Future of Graduate Education,” Information Impacts (June 1999).
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Case for New Economic Models to Support Standardization Efforts,” Information Standards Quarterly 11:2 (April 1999), pp.5-10. (ISQ Archives)
Earlier version in Standards Engineering: The Journal of the Standards Engineering Society 51:1 (January/February 1999), pp. 1-6.
Clifford A. Lynch, “On the Threshold of Discontinuity: The New Genres of Scholarly Communication and the Role of the Research Library,” Hugh A. Thompson, ed., Racing Toward Tomorrow: Proceedings of the Ninth National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, April 8-11, 1999 (Chicago: ACRL, 1999), pp. 410-418.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Retrieval Problem for Health Policy and Public Health: Knowledge Bases and Search Engines,” Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 75:4 (December 1998), pp. 794-806.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Access Management for Networked Information Resources,” ARL Newsletter 201 (December 1998), pp. 3-7. Another version in CAUSE/EFFECT 21:4 (Winter 1998-1999), pp.4-9.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Role of Digitization in Building Electronic Collections: Economic and Programmatic Choices,” Selecting Library and Archive Collections for Digital Reformatting: Proceedings of the RLG Symposium, Washington, DC, November 5-6 1995 (Research Libraries Group,1996). Reprinted in Collection Management 22:3/4 (1998), pp.133-141. Also reprinted in Donald L. DeWitt, ed., Going Digital: Strategies for Access, Preservation and the Conversion of Collections to a Digital Format (Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, 1998), pp 131-141.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Recomputerizing the Library: New Roles for Information Technology in a Time of Networked Information,” Cheryl LaGuardia, ed., Recreating the Academic Library: Breaking Virtual Ground (New York, NY: Neal-Schuman, 1998), pp. 3-22.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Keynote Address: Finding Common Ground,” Cheryl LaGuardia and Barbara A. Mitchell, eds., Finding Common Ground: Creating The Library of the Future Without Diminishing the Library of the Past (New York, New York: Neal-Schuman, 1998), pp.1-15.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Evolving Internet: Applications and Network Service Infrastructure,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49:11 (September 1998), pp. 961-972.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Some Technical and Economic Issues in the Design of a National Library for Undergraduate Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education,” Developing a Digital National Library for Undergraduate Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education: Report of a Workshop (Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1998), pp. 90-93.
This paper briefly summarizes my view of some of the key issues that would be involved in designing a national digital library to serve undergraduate education in science, mathematics, engineering and related fields. It also tries to emphasize unique characteristics of such an undergraduate-focused library which differentiate it from many existing digital library research efforts, such as those being carded out under the auspices of the ARPA/NASA/NSF Digital Library program. The paper ranges widely over technical, economic, content, and user issues: at this early stage in the conceptualization of such an undergraduate library it is very difficult to separate the issues cleanly or to understand how choices in one area will dictate requirements and approaches in others.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Internet 2 and the Next Generation Internet: Windows to Advanced Networking Applications,” Dave Bogart, ed., The Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac, 43rd edition (New Providence, NJ: Bowker, 1998), pp. 252-261.
Christie Stephenson and Clifford A. Lynch, “The MESL Distribution Process,” Christie Stephenson and Patricia McClung, eds., Delivering Digital Images: Cultural Heritage Resources for Education (Los Angeles, CA: The Getty Research Institute, 1998), pp.50-56.
Clifford A. Lynch, ed., A White Paper on Authentication and Access Management Issues in Cross-Organizational Use of Networked Information Resources, Coalition for Networked Information, 1998.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Dublin Core Descriptive Metadata Program: Strategic Implications for Libraries and Networked Information Access,” ARL Newsletter 196 (February 1998), pp. 5-9.
Clifford A. Lynch, Cecilia Preston and Ron Daniel, “RFC2288: Using Existing Bibliographic Identifiers as Uniform Resource Names,” (The Internet Society, February 1998).
A system for Uniform Resource Names (URNs) must be capable of supporting identifiers from existing widely-used naming systems. This document discusses how three major bibliographic identifiers (the ISBN, ISSN and SICI) can be supported within the URN framework and the currently proposed syntax for URNs.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Emerging Issues for Digital Libraries: A Background Paper submitted to the Presidential Advisory Committee on High Performance Computing and Communications, Information Technology, and the Next Generation Internet” (February 1998).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Information Literacy and Information Technology Literacy: New Components in the Curriculum for a Digital Culture,” a position paper submitted to the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Research Council (February 1998).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Building the Infrastructure of Resource Sharing: Union Catalogs, Distributed Search, and Cross-Database Linkage,” Library Trends 45:3 (Winter 1997), pp. 448-461.
Clifford A. Lynch, “When Technology Leads Policy,” Preservation of Digital Information: Proceedings of the 131st ARL Meeting, Washington, DC, October 15-17, 1997 (Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1997).
Clifford A. Lynch. “Identifiers and Their Role in Networked Information Applications,” ARL Newsletter 194 (October 1997), pp. 12-14.
Also with revisions in Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 24:2 (December/ January 1998), pp. 17-20. Another version in CAUSE/EFFECT 20:4 (Winter 1997-1998), pp 8-14. Reprinted in Feliciter: A Publication of the Canadian Library Association 44:2 (February 1998), pp. 31-35.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Uncertain Future for Digital Visual Collections in the University,” Archives and Museum Informatics 11:1 (1997), pp. 5-13.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Changing Role of Authentication and Authorization in a Networked Information Environment,” Library Hi-Tech 15:1-2 (1997), pp. 30-38.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Bibliographic Description and Digital Objects: Towards a New Discipline of Information Description and Management,” Brian E. C. Schottlaender, ed., The Future of Descriptive Cataloging Rules: ALCTS Papers on Library Technical Services and Collections, #6 (Chicago: ALA Press, 1997), pp.107-120.
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Z39.50 Information Retrieval Standard, Part I: A Strategic View of Its Past, Present and Future,” D-Lib Magazine (April 1997).
Clifford A. Lynch, “Searching the Internet,” Scientific American 276:3 (March 1997), pp. 52-56.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Technology and Its Implications for Serials Acquisition,” Against the Grain 9:1 (February 1997), pp. 34-37.
Clifford A. Lynch, “Global Networking,” Australian Library Journal 46:1 (February 1997).
Clifford A. Lynch, “The Integrity of Digital Information,” Robin Peek and Gregory Newby, eds., Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1996), pp. 133-146.