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I started writing before computers were commonly available. But, unlike some who are nostalgic for the era of pen and ink, I feel only joy about relying on machines in my struggle to communicate with written language. My handwriting was inelegant from the start. I never bothered to ask if neatness counted, because it didn’t […]
This is a guest post by Camille Salas, the Viewshare.org coordinator for the Library of Congress. This past December, I shared a lesson plan that uses the Library’s Viewshare platform to create digital libraries. Dr. Erik Mitchell, who teaches the Organization of Information class at the University of Maryland’s iSchool, created the lesson plan. After a pilot […]
DataCite is pleased to welcome two new Affiliated Members:Harvard University Library and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
We are looking forward to good cooperation on all issues of scientific data sharing, publication and citing.
This is a guest post by Kate Murray, Audio-Visual Specialist with the Office of Strategic Initiatives. I suppose I’ve always loved puzzles. There are the standard jigsaw and board game varieties – who doesn’t love a good game of Carcassonne? – but I see puzzles in many different environments. I see them in patterns for knitting […]
Last week I thought a lot about one of the foundational tenets of science: reproducibility. I attended the Workshop on Software Infrastructure for Reproducibility in Science, held in Brooklyn at the new Center for Urban Science and Progress, NYU. This workshop was made possible by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and brought together heavy-hitters from the reproducibility world who […]