Since the 1960s academic libraries have been using their own standards for the communication of metadata about resources in their catalogs. Determined to take advantage […]
Cambridge University Press recently announced they have reached an open access deal with higher education and research institutions in Sweden. This came to us from their […]
Taxonomy is the science of naming, describing and classifying. Typically you think of taxonomies when it comes to organisms such as plants, animals and […]
When it’s not black or white, it falls into the many shades of grey. For academic publishing, that is referred to as grey literature.
The New York Times is digitizing millions of historical photos dating back to 1896. The Times hopes that by digitizing and archiving its photo […]
Metrics are an important part of any business, content management system, or library. This important topic was addressed in the Special Libraries Association article, […]
The Library of Congress is launching a crowdsourcing program beginning today. They are inviting everyone to join in as they improve discovery and access […]
Text analytics has the ability to add depth, meaning, and intelligence to any organization’s most under-utilized resource – text. The Text Analytics Forum invites […]
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