PurposeFor those immersed in the environment of academic and research libraries, the word “data” seems to be everywhere. One hears about linked data, big data, open data, proprietary data, research data, metadata, geospatial data, data repositories, etc.Design/methodology/approachSome libraries even have data librarians and data services departments.FindingsThe author of this column wonders if she were to collect all of the library and information science literature published in the past three years and plug it into a word cloud app, which of the two, i.e. “data” or “books”, would be displayed in a larger font.Originality/valueThe author suspects that the chances are more than good that “data” would come out on top.
Library Hi Tech News – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 3, 2016
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