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PurposeIn 2016, the “Data Deluge Column” explored the sometimes frustrating reality of cataloguing and metadata librarians as their discipline underwent change.Design/methodology/approachThe column, called “Metadata specialists in transition: from MARC cataloguing to linked data and BIBFRAME”,...
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to profile various types of Web-based tools to facilitate research collaboration within and across institutions.Design/methodology/approachVarious Web-based tools were tested by the author. Additionally, tutorial videos and guides were reviewed.FindingsThere...
PurposeWorking with faculty and staff to create digital projects requires a complex group of skills and activities. Potential collaborators often jump to the end vision without fully grasping the need for proper description and metadata.Design/methodology/approachOn-the-job experiences....
PurposeThis edition of the column aims to expand the ideas presented in a poster of the same title exhibited at the IASSIST Conference held in April 2017 in Kansas, USA.Design/methodology/approachIt explores the fact that data are constantly being generated daily; however, the use of these data...
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to study globally successful public library systems with reference to their infrastructure, physical space, services, collection, processes, finances and best practices and recommend models, structure and minimum standards for smart public libraries of the...
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