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  • Peter Murray: What is known about GetFTR at the end of 2019
    In early December 2019, a group of publishers announced Get-Full-Text-Research, or GetFTR for short. There was a heck of a response on social media, and the response was—on the whole—not positive from my librarian-dominated corner of Twitter. For my early take on GetFTR, see my December 3rd blog post “Publishers
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-28By Peter Murray (jester@dltj.org)
  • Eric Lease Morgan: Distant Reader “study carrels”: A manifest

    The results of the Distant Reader process is the creation of a “study carrel” — a set of structured data files intended to help you to further “read” your corpus. Using a previously created study carrel as an example, this blog posting enumerates & outlines the contents of a …
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-27By Life of a Librarian
  • Digital Library Federation: Fellow Reflection: Mairelys Lemus-Rojas

    This post was written by Mairelys Lemus-Rojas, who received an ARL+DLF Fellowship to attend this year’s Forum. Mairelys is the Digital Initiatives Metadata Librarian at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) University Library where she is responsible for the strategic coordination and management of metadata for all digital collections. She supports the
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-27By Gayle
  • Terry Reese: Happy Christmas and MarcEdit updates
    First, it is my sincere hope that everyone had a merry and happy holidays.  As someone that lives a long way from my family, Christmas is a time to spend primarily with my wife and kids.  And this year was extra special, as my oldest returned home for winter break …
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-26By reeset
  • Coral Sheldon-Hess: 2019 year-end post

    We’re rapidly approaching the time for the traditional year-end post, which I’ve been known to skip in recent years—I had a run of several really rough years, there. While 2019 wasn’t without personal challenges and setbacks (and a whole lot of frightening developments in the US and abroad), it brought …
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-26By Coral Sheldon-Hess
  • Hugh Rundle: Five free GLAM PD things
    It’s nearly time for your New Year Resolutions, so for those who are resolving to do more professional learning, here are five of my favourite free PD sources for GLAM professionals. They are not in any particular order. What’s New / Humane Ingenuity I’m kind of cheating by putting two …
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-26By Hugh Rundle
  • Lucidworks: Lucid Thoughts Christmas Day Marathon!
    Exhausted from the holidays and need a break? We’ve got a dozen short explainer videos about AI, ML, and deep learning, ready to inform and soothe. The post Lucid Thoughts Christmas Day Marathon! appeared first on Lucidworks. …
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-23By Andy Wibbels
  • Digital Library Federation: Fellow Reflection: Yvette Ramírez

    This post was written by Yvette Ramírez an ARL + DLF Fellowship to attend this year’s Forum. Yvette is an arts administrator, oral-historian, and a MSI candidate in Digital Archives and Library Science/Preservation at the School of Information at The University of Michigan. She is inspired by the power of community-centered
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-23By Gayle
  • Evergreen ILS: Jeff Klapes: Evergreen Contributor of the Month
    The Evergreen Outreach Committee is pleased to announce that December’s Contributor of the Month is Jeff Klapes, who is Head of Reference Services at Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, a part of the North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE) Consortium. Jeff is also the Chair of the Development Committee with the
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-20By Andrea Buntz Neiman
  • Digital Library Federation: Fellow Reflection: Kristin MacDonough

    This post was written by Kristin MacDonough, who received a GLAM Cross-Pollinator Fellowship to attend this year’s DLF Forum. As the Grainger Fellow in Time-Based Media Conservation at the Art Institute of Chicago, Kristin is developing new protocols and procedures for acquiring and preserving time-based media artworks at the museum. Conveniently, her
    Source: Code4libPublished on 2019-12-20By Gayle

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