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    • Increasing Access to Content-Rich Publications from Web Archives with Machine Learning Models 

      Caragea, Cornelia; Fox, Nathan; Patel, Krutarth; Phillips, Mark (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries, in partnership with the University of Illinois at Chicago, were awarded a National Leadership Grant (IMLS:LG-71-17-0202-17) from the Institute of Museum and Library Services ...
    • The IRUS-USA Pilot Project: Collecting Standardized IR Usage Statistics 

      Chaplin, David; Graham, Wayne; Jones, Hilary; Kim, Katherine; Lambert, Jo; Macintyre, Ross; Needham, Paul; Nowviskie, Bethany; Perrin, Joy; Rubinow, Sara; Thompson, Santi; Williford, Christa; Wong, Laura (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The value of Open Access (OA) in supporting effective research is widely recognized. Institutional repositories perform a key role, facilitating global knowledge sharing and enabling academic institutions to share research ...
    • Jumping into the Linked Data Pool: Two Texas Institutions within the LD4P Cohort 

      Graciani Picardo, Paloma; Ho, Jeannette; Ros, Amanda; Washington, Brittney (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-23)
      Adopting forward-facing and innovative approaches, including Semantic Web technologies, to support research with primary source materials is at the core of many libraries current strategic plan. In 2016, a two-year pilot ...
    • Kickstarting the Repository@TWU: Three Initiatives to Showcase Research at Texas Woman’s University 

      Shapiro, Adrian; Sullivan, Julie; Zerangue, Amanda (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      What can you do when no one on campus knows about your new repository? Change tactics and remove the barriers to archiving content. In an effort to showcase the research and scholarly accomplishments of the Texas Woman’s ...
    • LaTeX for Beginners 

      Barba, Ian; Barba, Shelley E. (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-21)
      LaTeX is an important document standard for a variety of disciplines. LaTeX has features that make it unique from other document software (MS Word), that allow for greater flexibility. However, as a result of these features, ...
    • Leadership Academy 2019 

      Bailey, Diane (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-20)
    • Leveraging Machine Learning to Extract Content-Rich Publications from Web Archives 

      Fox, Nathan; Phillips, Mark (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries, in partnership with the University of Illinois at Chicago, were awarded a National Leadership Grant (IMLS:LG-71-17-0202-17) from the Institute of Museum and Library Services ...
    • Lightning Talk from a 2019 Cohort Fellow on the Authenticity Project Fellowship 

      Donahue, Raquel (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The Authenticity Project Fellowship Program is a joint, three-year project (2019-2021) between the HBCU Library Alliance (HBCU LA) and the Council on Library and Information Resources’ Digital Library Federation (CLIR/DLF), ...
    • Maximizing the Use of Digital Libraries: Training researchers Through an Online Certificate Program 

      Been, Joshua; Chan-Park, Christina; Solis, John (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      Digital libraries worldwide are filled with textual, numerical, and image data that are openly available to researchers and the general public. However, many researchers do not know how to access this data or how to ...
    • Migrating Audiovisual Assets from Glifos to Islandora 

      Wheeler, Brenna; Kapacinskas, Natalia (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      Our poster will document a joint effort between two University of Texas MSIS students and metadata staff from the Briscoe Center for American History to create a repository migration plan for audiovisual assets. Specifically, ...
    • OHMS for Voces: Where Technology Meets History 

      Rivas-Rodriguez, Maggie; Yang, Larry (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The Voces Oral History Project has an extensive collection of Latino oral history recorded interviews, available at the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collections. Journalistic treatments of those interviews have long ...
    • On board with OnBase: Migrating a Digital Collection to an Enterprise Content Management System 

      Williams, Elliot (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      What do you do when your library’s largest digital collection is only accessible to fewer than 15 people, most of whom are not part of the library? As the University of Miami Libraries prepare to migrate to a new hosted ...
    • Open Educational Resources in Texas Academic Libraries 

      Gits, Carrie; Santiago, Ariana; Zerangue, Amanda (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-23)
      With the average cost of an undergraduate education reaching an all-time high, academic institutions are increasingly instituting open educational resources (OER) initiatives, which are often led by the library. Many ...
    • Preparing Linguists’ Field Recordings and Datasets for Ingest into a Digital Library System: Lessons from Creating the Lamkang Language Resource at the UNT-DL 

      Burke, Mary; Chelliah, Shobhana; Phillips, Mark; Robinson, Melissa (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-23)
      Language documentation is the subfield of linguistics dedicated to preserving linguistic diversity. A core concern of the field of language documentation is the long term preservation of and universal access to language ...
    • Preserving Baylor University's School of Music Recordings 

      Stuhr, Darryl (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-23)
      The Crouch Fine Arts Library at Baylor University is the custodian of Baylor’s School of Music recordings. This collection of performances spans decades and contains thousands of recordings across various media including ...
    • Preserving Fashion Impact: The Texas Fashion Collections’ Page Boy Maternity Collection 

      Becker, Annette; Gonzalez, Raul (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      Fashion trends have the capability to morph what society thinks is acceptable or not. The introduction of new styles, which welcome various physical appearances, confront the ideologies society may assume are permanent. ...
    • Querying & Accessing Scholarly Literature Metadata: Using rcrossref, rorcid, and roadoi 

      lakovakis, Clarke (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-21)
      Librarians are increasingly called on to gather and analyze metadata from the scholarly literature. This may include understanding open access publishing at their own institutions, publication patterns in specific disciplines ...
    • A Quest to Upgrade from a Legacy to a Modern Open Source Repository 

      Casados, Teblos; Goldsmith, Beth; Knudson, Frances; Neblitt-Jones, Valentina; Sacks, Sara; Thomas, Cristel; Trujillo, Valerie (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library is facing the inevitable need to upgrade software supporting online tools. Our legacy repository was developed in house and grew with our data model and environment - ...
    • A Question of Access: Section 508, ADA, and You 

      Plumer, Danielle; Rowe, Ronda; Tusa, Sara (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      In 2018, the U.S. Access Board put into place a revision of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to incorporate World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0). Since then, state ...
    • Reclaiming Resonance Through Research: Academic Libraries Create New Ways to Service their Growing Campus Community 

      Troutman, Brooke (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      At the University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, a new service has been created by the librarians in the Faculty Services and Online Engagement (FSOE) department. This new service is focused on tenured or tenure track ...