Digital Library Perspectives: Volume 32 Issue 3


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Organized chaos

Robert Fox

There are valuable lessons that can be learned from the software industry regarding process improvement. The modern library is now so closely wedded to technology that the way in…


Organizational considerations initiating a big data and analytics implementation

H. Frank Cervone

Organizations are beginning to realize the potential benefits of big data and harnessing all of the data they are creating. However, a major impediment for many organizations is…


Librarians and scientists partner to address data management: Taking collaboration to the next level

Andrea Medina-Smith, Kimberly A. Tryka, Barbara Silcox, Robert J. Hanisch

This study aims to look at the changing way in which the Information Services Office (ISO) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provides services to NIST…


Rediscovering EarthCube: Collaborate. Or collaborate not. There is no I

Plato Smith II, Tanu Malik, Gary Berg-Cross

The EarthCube Technology and Architecture Committee working groups needed current information on the development of existing EarthCube-funded projects (e.g. building blocks…

Library Lights Out: A creative collaboration between the library, students, and university housing

Justin L. Otto, Qing H. Meade, Jeffrey L. Stafford, Patricia Wahler

The purpose of this paper is to describe the development and implementation of Library Lights Out, an annual collaboration between the library and Housing & Residential Life at…

The Rosarium Project: Building a digital collection on the genus Rosa using <oXygen/> and the TEI

Julia Rachel Tryon

This paper aims to describe the Rosarium Project, a digital humanities project being undertaken at the Phillips Memorial Library + Commons of Providence College in Providence…

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