When data and open information are under threat, who’ll come to knowledge’s aid? Spartans Will. MSU Library is pleased to partner with Endangered Data Week to offer an exciting week’s worth of programming all about endangered data.
There are a variety of events happening in March that might be of interest to the DSC! Some are in the library, some are around campus, and some are regional. There's a quick list below, with more details at their respective links. We'd love to see you there!
There is so much happening in October! Whether it's time to brush up on your GIS skills, meet new people and network, or jump in with both feet and start a new digital scholarship project, October has you covered.
When you think ‘fugitive’, the first thing that probably comes to mind is a criminal on the run from the law. In the world of government documents, however, the term ‘fugitive’ has a totally different meaning.
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
The paper notebook that was once a reliable staple in classrooms and laboratories is now losing relevance. This is due to growing piles of paper and the complexity of data we currently deal with.
Like many other academic libraries, our collection consists of not only print materials, but also electronic collections.