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HathiTrust and Local Digital Stewardship: A Case Study in How Massive Digital Libraries Affect Local Digital Resources Decisions

This article reviews the influence that massive digital libraries like the HathiTrust Digital Library can have on local, smaller institutions’ digitization, preservation, and curation programs. The history of HathiTrust’s digital preservation efforts…

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Born of Collaboration: The Evolution of Metadata Standards in an Aggregated Environment,

This article is a case study that discusses the successful collaboration between three different departments within our university library to improve metadata for increased usability. The collaboration combines library faculty and staff knowledge of…

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Content and Context: A Case Study of Metadata Collaboration

This article demonstrates how taking differences in end-user behavior and differing interdepartmental perspectives on metadata into account can strengthen the digital object workflow to serve a greater variety of users. The University of Illinois…

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A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: Bringing Our Expertise to Enhance the Digital Collections Workflow

In the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) Library, the Resource Acquisition & Management (RAM), and the Special Collections & University Archives (SCUA) departments collaborated on the new workflow for digital collections, incorporating the…

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Metadata workflow of digital image collections – engaging traditional catalogers

This poster describes the change in the UIC Library digital metadata workflow as we distributed that workflow across Special Collections and University Archives, Digital Programs and Services and Resource Acquisition Management.

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A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: Building A Collaborative Workflow for Digital Collections

In preparation for a migration to a new digital asset management system, the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) Library revamped their workflow for digital collections, taking a fresh look at how physical content that was chosen for digitization…

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Adding Linked Open Data to a Digital Humanities Collection in Alma

Working with Digital Initiatives, digital humanities and history faculty members, the Metadata Librarian at the University of Central Florida Libraries has added Linked Open Data (LOD) to Ex Libris’ Alma for the PRINT Migration Network: Pemberton…

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Developing CALASYS in Celebration of CALA 50th

CALA Academic Resource & Repository System (CALASYS) is the Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA)’s institutional repository. It collects and archives CALA’s programs, documents and history, CALA members’ scholarly and professional…

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CALASYS Self-Contribution Training

CALASYS Self-Contribution Training_2.pdf
Training on how to self-contribute to the Chinese American Librarians Association Academic Resource & Repository System (CALASYS). It's conducted by the CALASYS Committee. CALA President Ray Pun delivered the opening message for the training…

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Using Wikidata to Create Knowledge Graphs for Library Collections

As a Linked Open Data (LOD) platform for structured data, and a community-building knowledge base, Wikidata stores people, spaces, times and other entities, and their semantic relationships. Wikidata Knowledge graph is a knowledge base that…

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