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  • Hoppenfeld, Jared; Wyckoff, Trip; Henson, Jo Ann J.; Mayotte, Jenna N.; Kirkwood, Hal P. (Taylor & Francis, 2013)
    The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities is a national educational program that helps post-9/11 Veterans accomplish their dreams of starting their own businesses. Although their story has been well ...
  • Warren, John W. (2015-10-19)
    Many academic libraries are moving into the publishing landscape, and an increasing number of university presses are now part of their university library infrastructure. The business of libraries and publishers are now ...
  • Palmer, Lene (2006-04-11)
  • Salo, Dorothea; Donohue, Tim (2006-06-20)
  • Rinalducci, Jennifer; Stevens, Jen (2016-03-24)
    Experimental, amusing, or beautiful, artists’ books are art in book form, intersections between image and text. Five years ago, we began collecting artists’ books for teaching and research. This non-browsing collection ...
  • Fairclough, Ian (2013-02-15)
  • Holland, Claudia; Adams, Tina (2012-03)
    Instructors teaching distance education courses often want to use proprietary video content to convey and illustrate concepts in support of student learning. George Mason University librarians developed internal guidelines ...
  • Griesinger, Peggy (2015-12-03)
    The work done by audiovisual preservation specialists to transfer and digitize audiovisual artworks is integral to the preservation of our cultural heritage. The choices that these specialists make, such as what playback ...
  • Hall, Nathan; Corey, Bill; Mann, Wendy; Wilson, Tom (ASERL / SURA Research Data Coordinating Committee, 2013-01)
    This proposal was drafted by a Working Group of the ASERL/SURA Research Data Coordinating Committee. The purpose of this document is to provide model language for universities to consider when drafting policy to support ...
  • Salo, Dorothea (2001-11)
    This FAQ is primarily intended for those who create eBook content and need a quick and relatively painless introduction to the Open eBook Publication Structure and the technologies underlying it. It is not intended for ...
  • Salo, Dorothea (2006-04-13)
    The movement for open access to the scholarly and research literature emerged as a response to the enormous, unsustainable increases in the price of journals and journal bundles for academic libraries. When the internet ...
  • Fairclough, Ian (2013-03-15)
  • Stevens, Jen; Calcagno, Theresa; Holland, Claudia C.; Putnam, Nathan (In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 2015-07-01)
    Regardless of our status (tenure track, non-tenure track, staff, and/or union), academic librarians at colleges and universities may use a handbook or similar document as a framework for self-governance. These handbooks ...
  • Dietz, Cynthia; Suh, Joy (Map & Geospatial Information Round Table, 2012)
    Increasingly Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) is being used to create and analyze spatial information through visualizations, and geospatial models. The geospatial data used, whether publicly provided or offered ...
  • Griesinger, Peggy; Peltzman, Shira; Blumenthal, Karl-Rainer; Steeves, Vicky; Kim, Julia (iPRES, 2016-10-03)
    Digital stewardship is the active and long-term management of digital objects towards their preservation for and unencumbered access by future generations. Although the field is rapidly maturing, it still lacks a comprehensive ...
  • Driscoll, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2015-10)
    Word Play for Kids is geared toward public and school librarians. This program uses a variation on librarian Katie Blake's ChildRead and Shared Warmth reading programs. The book is divided into four chapters, each with its ...
  • Warren, John W. (Journal of Electronic Publishing, 2015-06)
    Metadata is the lifeblood of publishing in the digital age and the key to discovery. Metadata is a continuum of standards and a process of information flow; creating and disseminating metadata involves both art and science. ...
  • Warren, John W. (2015-10-19)
    Metadata is the lifeblood of publishing in the digital age and the key to discovery. Metadata is a continuum of standards and a process of information flow; creating and disseminating metadata involves both art and science. ...

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