D-Lib article about the DataCite 2013 summer meeting

The January/February special issue of D-Lib gives an interesting overview on the Research Data Alliance and its activities. It also includes a brief summary of the DataCite 2013 summer meeting, which was co-located with the 2nd RDA plenary meeting in W…

Rescuing and Digitally Preserving the Cultural Heritage of the Great Smoky Mountains

In western North Carolina, in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, rests a boulder covered in prehistoric petroglyphs attributed to the Native Americans who have resided in the area for thousands of years. Experts debate the specific origin and meaning of the glyphs but the general interpretation describes Judaculla, a human-like giant with supernatural […]

It’s the Neoliberalism, Stupid: Why instrumentalist arguments for Open Access, Open Data, and Open Science are not enough.

The Open Movement has made impressive strides in the past year, but do these strides stand for reform or are they just symptomatic of the further expansion and entrenchment of neoliberalism? Eric Kansa argues that it is time for the movement to broaden … Continue reading