Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography (2010-2011): This selective bibliography includes over 650 English-language articles, books, and technical reports that are useful in understanding digital curation and preservation. ". . .an excellent place to survey much of the available research on a topic related to data curation." — Julia Flanders and Trevor Muñoz, "An Introduction to Humanities Data Curation." (Reviews) (Table of contents.)
E-science and Academic Libraries Bibliography (2011). This brief selective bibliography includes English-language articles, books, editorials, and technical reports that are useful in understanding the broad role of academic libraries in e-science efforts. Its scope is narrow, and it does not cover data curation and research data management issues in libraries in general.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations Bibliography (2005-2012): This selective bibliography presents over 150 articles, books, conference papers, technical reports, unpublished e-prints and other scholarly textual sources that are useful in understanding electronic theses and dissertations.
Google Books Bibliography (2005-2011): This selective bibliography presents over 320 articles and other textual works that are useful in understanding Google Books. It primarily focuses on the evolution of Google Books and the legal, library, and social issues associated with it. Updated periodically. (Table of contents.)
Open Access Webliography, with Adrian K. Ho (2005). This webliography presents a wide range of electronic resources related to the open access movement that are freely available on the Internet as of April 2005.
Research Data Curation Bibliography (2012-2013): This selective bibliography presents over 200 English-language articles, books, and technical reports that are useful in understanding the curation of digital research data.
Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography (1996-2011): This selective bibliography presents over 3,800 articles, books, technical reports, and other scholarly textual sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet. "SEP [Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography] is compiled with utter professionalism. It reminds me of the work of the best artisans who know not only every item that leaves their workshops, but each component used to create them—providing the ideal quality control. . . . The selection of items is impeccable. I have yet to find journal articles irrelevant to the scope of the bibliography. SEP could be used as a benchmark in evaluating abstracting/indexing databases that proudly claim to have coverage of electronic publishing, but do not come close to SEP." — Péter Jacsó ONLINE (Reviews) (Table of contents)