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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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A Fixed Effects Panel Data Model: Mathematics Achievement in the U.S.

A Fixed Effects Panel Data Model: Mathematics Achievement in the U.S.

Date: 2000
Creator: Sherron, Todd & Allen, Jeff M.
Description: Article discussing a study on a fixed effects panel data model and mathematics achievement in the United States.
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Free-Text Collection-Level Metadata in Large-Scale Digital Libraries: A Comparative Content Analysis [Presentation]

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

Date: September 23, 2011
Creator: Zavalina, Oksana
Description: This presentation includes audio/video media and discusses metadata. This presentation 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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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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From AACR2 to RDA: an Update

From AACR2 to RDA: an Update

Date: April 14, 2010
Creator: Miksa, Shawne D., 1969-
Description: This presentation gives an update on the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules 2 (AACR2) and Resource Description and Access (RDA). In this presentation, the author discusses what is changing with RDA and what isn't, the functionality of the catalog, user's experience with functionality, what RDA allows us to do, and cataloger tasks.
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The Functional Ontology of Filmic Documents

The Functional Ontology of Filmic Documents

Date: 2007
Creator: Anderson, Richard L.; O'Connor, Brian Clark & Kearns, Jodi L.
Description: This book chapter discusses the functional ontology of filmic documents. The authors examine a few phases of probing of filmic documents, and the relationship between structure and meaning. The authors have taken the liberty of sketching the earlier phases and of presenting the most recent in somewhat more detail. Considerations of the early phases, among other issues of document use, led to the functional ontology construction as a foundation for this probing and for wider concerns within the arena of messages, meanings, and uses.
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"Genomics and Translational Medicine for Information Professionals:" an innovative course to educate the next generation of librarians

"Genomics and Translational Medicine for Information Professionals:" an innovative course to educate the next generation of librarians

Date: October 2012
Creator: Cleveland, Ana D.; Holmes, Kristi L. & Philbrick, Jodi
Description: This article discusses an innovative course to educate the next generation of librarians and meet the demands of the changing health information environment.
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Hello RDA, Goodbye AACR2!

Hello RDA, Goodbye AACR2!

Date: April 15, 2008
Creator: Miksa, Shawne D., 1969-
Description: This presentation is part of the pre-conference for the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. This presentation introduces the conference and offers information on the agenda. The presentation also discusses talking points and issues relating to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2), Resource Description and Access (RDA), Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), and Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD).
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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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Hunting and Gathering on the Information Savanna

Hunting and Gathering on the Information Savanna

Date: 2003
Creator: O'Connor, Brian Clark; Copeland, Jud H., 1943- & Kearns, Jodi L.
Description: In this book, the authors offer three different arenas of nontrivial information seeking for our consideration: "Submarine Chasing" explores the thoughts of a highly decorated Cold War submarine hunter. "Bounty Hunting" involves a long and convoluted search for a reported bond skipper. "Engineering Design" presents a content analysis of the few works in epistemological foundations of engineering design activity. These stories, told at great length and in considerable detail, are framed within a foundational model that links the simple act of document seeking to the broader issue of making one's way through life in the physical world. In each case, the authors ramble, mull, and stumble upon ideas without the least prior constraint, developing some threads quite fully and leaving others to tease us, but never ever throwing us to the lions.
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