Indexing History One Record at a Time

Genealogy projects have long been a great example of proper indexing against a solid database that produces great findability. One such project that was […]

Unique Indexing Project Carried Out by Eagle Scout

By |June 13th, 2016|indexing, News, reference|0 Comments

Recently, one 14-year-old boy has been photographing tombstones and recording their inscriptions into a national grave-collection genealogy database as his Eagle Scout project. This interesting […]

Indexing for the Semantic Web

Diffbot announces a new structured database that can automatically sort the web into human-like categories of knowledge. Marketing Land brought this news to our attention in their […]

My Kind of Library

By |May 24th, 2016|indexing, News|0 Comments

I love books, don’t get me wrong. But a library of wine? That is the newest library on the Cornell campus and it contains […]

Recent Acquisition Has Some Concerned About Access

By |May 19th, 2016|indexing, News, Taxonomy|0 Comments

The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) has been acquired by Elsevier with the promise that it will be further developed with Mendeley, Elsevier’s scholarly […]

Strengthening the Data

By |May 12th, 2016|indexing, News|0 Comments

A leading index of open-access journals may shrink by more than one-quarter after an effort to exclude questionable and inactive publishers. This interesting information came […]