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  Partner: UNT College of Information
 Resource Type: Paper
 Decade: 2010-2019
 Collection: UNT Scholarly Works
Beyond Size and Search: Building Contextual Mass in Digital Aggregations for Scholarly Use
This paper discusses building contextual mass in digital aggregations for scholarly use.
Developing International School Library Guidelines to Make a Difference: A Case Study
This paper details the process of developing the IFLA/UNESCO School Library Guidelines for approval from the IFLA Governing board, with a discussion of challenges and lessons learned during this undertaking.
Digital Curation in the Academic Library Job Market
Paper for the 2012 American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) Annual Meeting. This paper discusses digital curation in the academic library job market.
Exploration of Metadata Change in a Digital Repository
Paper for the 2015 International iConference. This paper discusses a study exploring metadata change in a digital repository.
Extracting and Parsing of Herbarium Specimen Data: Exploring the Use of the Dublin Core Application Profile Framework
Paper for the 2010 International iConference. This paper discusses extraction and parsing of herbarium specimen data to make the critical information available in digital form.
Free-Text Collection-Level Subject Metadata in Large-Scale Digital Libraries: A Comparative Content Analysis
This paper reports results of the study that used an in-depth comparative content analysis to assess free-text collection-level subject metadata in three large-scale digital cultural heritage aggregations in the United States and Europe.
iCAMP: Building Digital Information Curation Curriculum
Paper for the 2012 International iConference. This paper discusses the iCAMP (Information: Curate, Archive, Manage, and Preserve) project and building digital information curation curriculum.
Instructional Design Strategies for Teaching Technological Courses Online
This paper describes different instructional design strategies for teaching computer technological courses online.
The Role of Collection-Level Subject Metadata in Subject Access to Digital Collections in Aggregations
This paper presents a new area of research in library and information sciences - investigation into collection-level subject metadata that describes entire digital collections as integral wholes - and reports results of the multi-method exploratory study combining comparative content analysis of collection-level subject metadata in three large-scale aggregations of digital collections in the USA and Europe, transaction log analysis of user interactions with one of these portals, as well as interviews and observations of aggregation users.
Teaching Tools, Applications, and Infrastructure for Digital Curation Through the Use of a Virtual Lab
Paper accompanying a poster presentation for the 2013 International iConference. This paper discusses teaching tools, applications, and infrastructure for digital curation through the use of a virtual lab.
Towards Building a Collection of Web Archiving Research Articles
Paper for the 2014 Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) Annual Meeting. This paper discusses building a collection of web archiving research articles.
The "Triple-P" Domains of Ethical Behavior for Higher Education
This paper was awarded a Nicholas and Anna Ricco Ethics Award for 2013. In this paper, the author discusses the "Triple-P" domains of ethical behavior: (1) the understanding of privacy ethics, (2) regards to piracy and plagiarism, and (3) pilfering and profiteering.
UNT at ImageCLEF 2010: CLIR for Wikipedia Images
This paper presents the results of the team of the University of North Texas in the Wikipedia image retrieval track of Image-CLEF-2010.
What Does Transaction Log Data Tell About Collection-Level Subject Access?
This paper accompanies a poster presented at the 2010 Library Research Seminar V Conference. This paper and the accompanying poster discuss what transaction log data tells us about collection-level subject access.