Category: Data Librarianship

Centralized Digital Accessioning at Yale University

This is a guest post from Alice Prael, Digital Accessioning Archivist for Yale Special Collections at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University. As digital storage technology progresses, many archivists are left with boxes of obsolete storage media, such as floppy disks and ZIP disks.  These physical storage media plague archives that […]

IEEE Big Data Conference 2016: Computational Archival Science

This is a guest post by Meredith Claire Broadway,a consultant for the World Bank. Computational Archival Science can be regarded as the intersection between the archival profession and “hard” technical fields, such as computer science and engineering. CAS applies computational methods and resources to large-scale records and archives processing, analysis, storage, long-term preservation and access. […]

The University of Richmond’s Digital Scholarship Lab

In November, 2016, staff from the Library of Congress’s National Digital Initiatives division visited the University of Richmond’s Digital Scholarship Lab as part of NDI’s efforts to explore data librarianship, computational research and digital scholarship at other libraries and cultural institutions. Like many university digital labs, the DSL is based in the library, which DSL […]

Spotlighting Research Data: Building Relationships with Outreach for the NYU Data Catalog

This is a guest post by Nicole Contaxis, Data Catalog Coordinator at NYU Health Sciences Library. You can email her at nicole.contaxis@nyumc.org. An increasing number of publishers and grant-funding organizations are requiring researchers to share their data, so libraries and other institutions are creating tools and strategies to support researchers in this effort. To meet […]