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Findings Pertaining to the Framework of Guidance for Building Good Digital Collections

Findings Pertaining to the Framework of Guidance for Building Good Digital Collections

Date: October 2006
Creator: Cole, Timothy W.; Jackson, Amy S.; Palmer, Carole L.; Shreeves, Sarah L.; Twidale, Michael B. & Zavalina, Oksana
Description: This paper discusses the findings pertaining to the framework for building good digital collections. This paper is part of the three-year interim project report for the IMLS Digital Collections & Content Project, summarizing major findings October 2002 through September 2005.
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Free-Text Collection-Level Subject Metadata in Large-Scale Digital Libraries: A Comparative Content Analysis

Free-Text Collection-Level Subject Metadata in Large-Scale Digital Libraries: A Comparative Content Analysis

Date: 2011
Creator: Zavalina, Oksana
Description: 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.
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High-Throughput Workflow for Computer-Assisted Human Parsing of Biological Specimen Label Data

High-Throughput Workflow for Computer-Assisted Human Parsing of Biological Specimen Label Data

Date: 2008
Creator: Moen, William E.; Best, Jason H. & Neill, Amanda K.
Description: This two-year project will advance understanding of the workflow and processes best able to increase access to and use of digitized biological collection metadata within the stakeholder communities comprised of biologists, natural history museum collections managers, biodiversity standards groups, and the library and information science community.
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iCAMP: Building Digital Information Curation Curriculum

iCAMP: Building Digital Information Curation Curriculum

Date: February 2012
Creator: Moen, William E.; Kim, Jeonghyun; Warga, Edward; Wakefield, Jenny S. & Halbert, Martin
Description: The iCAMP (Information: Curate, Archive, Manage, and Preserve) project is developing a curriculum in digital curation and data management. The project will design and implement four courses using a competency-based curriculum approach. It also integrates principles of sound pedagogy, instructional design, and a learning environment that emphasizes practical training. This paper summarizes the goals and guiding principles behind the curriculum development and instructional design framework.
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Improving Z39.50 Interoperability: Z39.50 Profiles and Testbeds for Library Applications

Improving Z39.50 Interoperability: Z39.50 Profiles and Testbeds for Library Applications

Date: August 2001
Creator: Moen, William E.
Description: An operating assumption for the networked environment is that many different information systems need to interoperate for users to successfully discover and retrieve distributed resources. Meaningful interoperability is often elusive. In the library community, the Z39.50 standard protocol (ISO 23950/ANSI/NISO Z39.50) for information retrieval promised seamless and transparent networked access to library resources. Too often, the reality has not lived up to the promise. This paper discusses two efforts that offer solution paths to Z39.50 interoperability.
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An Innovative Partnership to Recruit and Educate Biomedical Information Professionals

An Innovative Partnership to Recruit and Educate Biomedical Information Professionals

Date: 2005
Creator: Cleveland, Ana D., 1943-; Hannigan, Gale; Philbrick, Jodi; Pan, Xuequn (Della) & O'Neill, Marty
Description: Article on an innovative partnership to recruit and educate biomedical information professionals.
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Instructional Design Strategies for Teaching Technological Courses Online

Instructional Design Strategies for Teaching Technological Courses Online

Date: September 28, 2011
Creator: Chen, Jiangping & Knudson, Ryan
Description: This paper describes different instructional design strategies for teaching computer technological courses online.
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An Issue of Granularity: Decomposing Redesigned Courses on Different Levels of Details

An Issue of Granularity: Decomposing Redesigned Courses on Different Levels of Details

Date: 2008
Creator: Li, Fei; Polyakov, Serhiy; Barnes, Svetlana; Moen, William E. & Xu, Hong
Description: This paper discusses a project to redesign courses on different levels of details. The Texas Course Redesign Project initiated by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) aims to develop and distribute instructional resources to improve student learning outcomes and lower the costs of higher education.
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Learning from Artifacts: Metadata Utilization Analysis

Learning from Artifacts: Metadata Utilization Analysis

Date: 2006
Creator: Moen, William E.; Miksa, Shawne D., 1969-; Eklund, Amy; Polyakov, Serhiy & Snyder, Gregory
Description: This paper describes the MARC Content Designation Utilization Project, which is examining a very large set of metadata records as artifacts of the library cataloging enterprise. This is the first large-scale examination of descriptive metadata utilization. Presents an overview of study activities and suggests the study's significance to the broader use of metadata in digital libraries.
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Mapping the Interoperability Landscape for Networked Information Retrieval

Mapping the Interoperability Landscape for Networked Information Retrieval

Date: June 2001
Creator: Moen, William E.
Description: This paper discusses interoperability of networked information. Interoperability is a fundamental challenge for networked information discovery and retrieval. Often treated monolithically in the literature, interoperability is multifaceted and can be analyzed into different types and levels. This paper discusses an approach to map the interoperability landscape for networked information retrieval as part of an interoperability assessment research project.
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