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Approaching the Ineffable
Progressive Case for Standardization
Demystifying Measurement, Valuing Narrative
Charlie Blaich, Director, Center of Inquiry, Wabash College, and the Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium. Respondent: John Jeep, German, Russian, and East Asian Languages Department, Miami University
NSSE, FSSE and Assessment in the Humanities
Bob Gonyea, Associate Director, Research and Data Analysis, National Survey of Student Engagement, Indiana University Tom Laird, Project Manager, Faculty Survey of Student Engagement, Indiana University. Respondent: Carolyn ...
Slightly Less Clueless after Assessment
How OPEN SCHOLARSHIP is CHANGING RESEARCH
A talk about how new digital capabilities -including electronic publishing, social media, institutional repositories, and copyright legislation- are profoundly impacting traditional scholarly communication.
2012 May Hill Arbuthot Honor Lecture
OVGTSL 2011 Conference Program
Adding “Free E-Books”: Providing User Access to Public Domain Hathi Trust Resources in the KentLINK and OhioLINK Catalogs
At the request of the OhioLINK Database Management and Standards (DMS) committee, Kent State University Libraries began investigating the possibility and feasibility of loading bibliographic records for public domain digital ...
Incorporating Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Projects in Technical Services: an Examination of Possibilities and Potential Pitfalls
This presentation will showcase work being done at an academic library to encode a collection of manuscripts on Cleveland and the Western Reserve in XML format following TEI guidelines, and address the objectives of and ...