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Scaling and Diversifying at the intersection of digital humanities and libraries: An update from dh+lib
dh+lib serves as a locus for information and exchange at the intersection of digital humanities and libraries, drawing more than 115,000 pageviews from 38,000 readers across the world, publishing original work by approximately ...
Updating a community metadata standard: Challenges and outcomes
In 2014 the Texas Digital Library (TDL) convened a working group, charged with updating the existing descriptive metadata standard for electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs), published by TDL in 2008. The metadata ...
A Catalyst for Social Activism: The Digital Black Bibliographic Project at Texas A&M University
What can we learn from bibliographies? A proof of concept currently underway at Texas A&M University, the Digital Black Bibliographic Project (DiBB) poses bibliographies as sites of and tools for activism, allowing new ...
Modeling Tools to Ensure that Open Access Scholarly Publications are Publicly Useful: The Design and Impact of an OA Discovery Layer, Based at Texas A&M University Libraries
The Texas A&M University Libraries has developed and implemented a search portal (OAK Search) that bypasses the need for authentication and allows a user to search through a collection of open access materials. Working ...
Who gives a DAM?: The Iterative Process for Assessing Digital Asset Management Tools
A task force based in the Texas A&M University Libraries is working to assess digital asset systems (DAMS). While situated in the Libraries, the task force is supplemented by campus collaborators from the College of ...