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  • Author(s):
    Donald Brower
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    A November 18, 2021, workshop by Donald Brower, PhD, University of Notre Dame.

    What is TeX? TeX is a system to produce formatted documents. While it can produce all kinds of documents, such as Articles, Slides, CVs, Handouts, and Exams, it is especially useful for items with mathematical formula (but that is not a requirement). TeX is a mark-up language, akin to HTML. One writes a text file containing commands that tell TeX how to format the file. Then one…

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    2022-01-06
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  • Author(s):
    Mikala Narlock, Daniel Johnson, Julie Vecchio
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    As academic library support services for digital scholarship activities continue to expand and evolve, large volumes of digital outputs have been created by, and in collaboration with, library and information professionals who are affiliated with digital scholarship centers. Drawing on a literature review and a 2018 pilot study of digital preservation services in digital scholarship centers, we propose future directions for investigation of preservation services for digital scholarship and pr…

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    2021-05
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  • Author(s):
    Daniel Johnson, Mark Dehmlow
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    The digital libraries field has evolved in parallel with the growing practices of digital humanities and, over time, has revealed many ways in which the two converge. Increasingly, libraries are moving away from supporting research at the edges—helping researchers find materials and then acquiring new scholarship—to becoming collaborators at the center of scholarship: coordinating preservation of research materials, assisting in the creation of digital outputs, and helping demonstrate the val…

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    2019
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  • Creator(s):
    Matthew Sisk
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    This is the data table from Appendix A of Sisk, ML (2011) “Settlement and Site Location in the Middle and Upper Paleolithic of the Vézère Valley, France” Ph.D. Dissertation, Stony Brook University, Department of Anthropology. It corrects errors present in the original publication

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    2020-02-12
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  • Author(s):
    Matthew Sisk, Danielle Wood
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    Community-Based Research is a collaborative approach to research where academic researchers, community members, and organizations are involved in the development, implementation and dissemination of research. Such projects are often designed to promote positive change in particular areas of the community. Here we report on a two-year old community-based research project through the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Digital Scholarship and Center for Social Concerns. Working with the…

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    2015-12-09
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  • Creator(s):
    Matthew Sisk
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    A series of topographic and unit boundaries taken during the summer of 2011 at Regismont-le-haut. A Paleolithic site in southern France

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    2014-12-17
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    Creator(s):
    Matthew Sisk
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    A GIS file of the units at Regismont. A Paleolithic site in southern France.

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    2014-12-17
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  • Creator(s):
    Natalie Meyers, Donald Brower, Michelle Barker
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    Vector-Borne Disease Network (VecNet)’s digital library provides part of a common analytical framework to assemble data on malaria transmission and make it accessible for the purposes of computational modeling. This poster-paper presented at IEEE/ACM Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Sept. 2014 (DOI:10.1109/JCDL.2014.6970212) reports on VecNet digital library development, key decisions related to metadata standards, design, the central role of metadata and authority files in its architec…

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    2014-12-16
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    The Badin Bible, a 1790 Mathew Carey Douay-Rheims Bible in English published in Philadelphia, was acquired by the Special Collections department of the Hesburgh Libraries in July 2014. The Bible was likely a gift from Bishop John Carroll to Stephen Badin on the occasion of his ordination to the priesthood in 1793. Badin later served as a missionary in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. He ministered to Native Americans in northern Indiana, and purchased the land that now is the Univer…

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    2014-11-05
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    This session at CNI Fall Forum 2013 provides Notre Dame’s experience as a case study to provision research data curation and access services. Managing research outputs becomes a tall order of many universities, given their determined agenda to pursue research excellence. In a world of increasingly data-intensive research, data are rising as a critical component of scholarly communication, often mandated by granting agencies. Data curation, preservation, and access are paramount to the univers…

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    2013-12-13
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  • Author(s):
    Eric Lease Morgan, Xiaorong Xiang
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    This article describes the design and implementation of two digital library collections and services using a number of “light-weight” protocols and open source tools. These protocols and tools include OAI-PMH (Open Archives Initiative-Protocol for Metadata Harvesting), SRU (Search/Retrieve via URL), Perl, MyLibrary, Swish-e, Plucene, ASPELL, and WordNet. More specifically, we describe how these protocols and tools are employed in the Ockham Alerting service and MyLibrary@Ockham. The…

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    2005-10-01
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