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    • Effective Tools for Digital Object Management 

      Moore, Jeremy; Fisher, Sarah Lynn (2009-05-27)
      The organization of digital files during the development of digital collections is as important as the organization of physical objects on library shelves. Digital objects can be lost as quickly as they are created without ...
    • Elements of Successful Online Journal Publishing 

      Wackerman, Dillon; Reynolds, Phil (2015-04-28)
      At the Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) at Stephen F. Austin State University (SFASU), we have discovered that there are many complex details to launching a successful online journal-publishing program. In our lead ...
    • Embedding A Digital Repository within the Texas A&M University Library Web Services 

      Leggett, John; Tarpley, Jeremy; Ponsford, Bennett; Phillips, Scott; Mikeal, Adam; Maslov, Alexey; Messinger, Tina; Armstrong, Tommy; Creel, James (2008-06-09)
      The development and deployment of the Manakin theme for the digital repository at Texas A&M University provides an informative case study in embedding DSpace repositories within an institutional web presence. Last year, ...
    • Emerging Trends and Evolving Issues in Open Access and Scholarly Communications 

      Alemneh, Daniel; Helge, Kris; Priyanto, Ida Fajar; Tmava, Ahmet Meti (2015-04-27)
      The manner in which scholarly research is conducted is changing rapidly. As researchers continue to produce and share a wide variety of research outputs and scholarly contributions, in new ways, understanding of the factors ...
    • Energy Systems Laboratory:Building a Repository Collection and Planning for the Future 

      Koenig, Jay; Haberl, Jeff S.; Gilman, Don; Hughes, Sherrie (2008-06-09)
      The Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) is a division of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station and part of the Texas A&M University System. First established in 1939, the ESL maintains a testing laboratory on the Riverside ...
    • Enhancing Discoverability of Geospatial Data within Collections of Distinction: Perspectives on a Collaborative Effort to Develop GIS Services 

      Arnspiger, Crystal; Carbajal, Itza A.; Lamphear, Anna; Pierce Meyer, Kathryn; Shensky, Michael; Strickland, Katherine (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The University of Texas Libraries constantly strives to improve its ability to share its distinctive collections with the campus community and the world. As part of this effort, the UT Libraries has worked to enhance ...
    • Enhancing discovery and slaying workflows: Using the WorldCat Digital Collection Gateway to sync repository metadata to worldcat.org 

      Lindsey, Nerissa Spring (2016-05-25)
      As the cataloger at Texas A&M International University I am charged with the task of making our digital repository items discoverable through our local library discovery tool. This presentation will explore how I was able ...
    • Enhancing Educational Access to Art 

      Higgins, Jessica; Karadkar, Unmil P.; Pavelka, Karen; Zinser, Catherine (2012-05-25)
      Art museums are an important unit on several university campuses. These museums bring value to the university community by serving as custodians of paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings. These museums serve as a ...
    • Envisioning a Geospatial Data Portal and Curation Network 

      Weimer, Katherine Hart; Burns, Douglas; Been, Joshua; Ricker, Kim; Smith, Cecelia (2016-05-25)
      Local, state and federal agencies, as well as non-governmental agencies and a variety of researchers are producing geospatial data in increasing amounts. Libraries are challenged to collect, manage and provide discovery ...
    • Establishing a Land Surveying Digital Map Library: Review of Process and Technologies Created and Leveraged 

      Smith, Richard; Hodges, Ann; Holland, Seneca; Nguyen, Son (2016-05-25)
      The Special Collections and Archives Department in the Mary and Jeff Bell Library at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi contains nine land surveying map collections. These map collections contain tens of thousands of ...
    • Establishing a Land Surveying Digital Map Library: Review of Process and Technologies Created and Leveraged 

      Smith, Richard; Rudowsky, Catherine; Hodges, Anne (2017-05-24)
      The Special Collections and Archives Department in the Mary and Jeff Bell Library at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi contains nine land surveying map collections. These map collections contain tens of thousands of ...
    • ETD Embargoes: A Comparison of Institutional Policies and Practices 

      Larrison, Stephanie; Hammons, Laura; Henry, Geneva (2013-05-09)
      ETD embargoes policies and practices vary widely among institutions. Although institutional websites often make embargo policies quite clear, the practices that support those policies is less so. Even more interesting, ...
    • ETD Management in DSpace 

      Mikeal, Adam; Creel, James; Maslov, Alexey; Phillips, Scott (2009-05-27)
      The Texas Digital Library (TDL) is a consortium of public and private educational institutions from across the state of Texas. Founded in 2005, TDL exists to promote the scholarly activities of its members. One such activity ...
    • ETD Management in the Texas Digital Library 

      Brace, Tim; Mikeal, Adam; Paz, Jay; Phillips, Scott; McFarland, Mark; Leggett, John (2008-06-09)
      One of the earliest TDL initiatives was a federated collection of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs) from across the state. There are currently four schools contributing over 4000 ETDs per year, and with 16 ...
    • ETDs, ORCID, and Vireo 

      Lyon, Colleen (2016-05-25)
      In early spring of 2015 the University of Texas at Austin added an option for graduate students to claim and add an ORCID to their ETD submission. UT Austin uses the Vireo submission system for processing ETDs and adding ...
    • Everyone’s All In: A Case Study of Integrating Oral Histories Into the Classroom 

      Visintainer, Sean; Weischedel, Kristen (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      Oral histories can be a dynamic tool to engage the university and regional stakeholders, expand collections, fill in collecting weaknesses and represent otherwise marginalized communities. At the University of Texas Rio ...
    • Evolution of a Service Management Framework - Spotlight at Stanford as a Use Case 

      Aster, Catherine (Texas Digital Library, 2019-05-22)
      The practice of service management is a growth area for libraries and archives, particularly for the support and sustainability of open source repository solutions and their allied applications in the digital library ...
    • Evolutions: Digitization vs. Digital Born Photography in Urban Architecture 

      Holmes, Scott; Swenson, Kris (2013-03-26)
      The Fort Worth Evolutions project takes original material by Ft. Worth commercial photographer W.D. Smith and creates a modern view of those photographs. Images taken in the 1920s-1950s are retaken from the same angle in ...
    • Evolving Collections: Building an Infrastructure to Preserve the Power of Silence 

      Jordan, Chris (2010-05-18)
      The rise of digital data as a central component of 21st century research is a well-documented phenomenon, but examples of working institutional infrastructures to manage and preserve this data are relatively few and far ...
    • An Evolving Model for Supporting Scholarly Communication at Texas A&M University 

      Mercer, Holly (2010-05-17)
      In 2007, the Texas A&M University Libraries Bridge Group was charged to "support the developing infrastructure of the Texas A&M University’s and TDL’s Repositories." The group reported on its activities at the 2008 TCDL. ...