Digital Scholarship Collaborative
Probably one of the more au courant methods in digital humanities scholarship is topic modeling, explanations of which range from the math-y and abstruse to the pictures and simple language approach.
In lieu of telling you where this budding Media Preservation program and I are at in our fourth month together, I’m going to share a few basic concepts of the field, before steering slightly toward digital scholarshi
Web designers play an integral role in the creation of digital interfaces that enhance the user experience when accessing digital materials.
Working on digital projects in a library, I often have occasion to think about data in its myriad forms and formats, what it can do and how, ways data structures can be made more usable, but also about data as such:
As the Open Access movement began in the 1990s, many established publishers have gradually adopted this publishing model, disseminating high-quality research to as wide of an audience as possible. Scientific publishing has been one of drivers in the field of open access.
In my earlier post “Digital Collections and Accessibility”, I touched upon the considerations we would need to address when building or creating digital co
At the Charleston Conference this past November, I attended a forum where research faculty talked about their perceptions of the library.
It has now been over a decade since the National Science Foundation released the influential “Atkins Report” Revolutionizing Science and Engineering Through Cyberinfrastructure (2003).
In August 2014, the MSU Libraries purchased the text files of the Congressional Record and its predecessors the Annals of Congress, the Register of Debates, and the Congressional Globe for the years 1789 – 1918.