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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

Wikidata_KG_CALAposter_2022.pdf
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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Opening CALASYS to All Members

CALASYS.mp4
Since the Chinese American Librarians Association’s Academic Resources and Repository System (CALASYS, https://ir.cala-web.org/) was initiated in 2013, its collections have grown gradually by way of the Committee’s curation and entries with…

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CALASYS Self-Contribution Training (2021)

CALASYS Self-Contribution Training.pdf
Training document on how to self-contribute to the CALA Academic Resource & Repository System (CALASYS). It's created by the CALASYS Committee.

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Growth and New Directions: CALA Academic Resources and Repository System

Growth and New Directions_ CALA Academic Resources and Repository.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association’s Academic Resources & Repository System (CALASYS) was established in 2013 and has been growing gradually ever since. To seek sustainable and greater growth in the future, the CALASYS 2019-2020 Committee…

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If We Build It, They Will Come: Improving CALA’s Institutional Repository

CALASYS_2018CALAannual.pdf
The Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA)’s Academic Resources & Repository System (CALASYS) is an important initiative to curate its members’ research works, the organizational archival materials, and other cultural resources. CALASYS uses…

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Making Search Engines Notice: An Exploratory Study on Discoverability of DSpace Metadata and PDF

This study analyzed the search results of four main Internet search engines on three newly created digital collections at Texas Tech University Libraries, in order to assess the search engine indexing on metadata and PDF files of digital items that…

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Know Your Crowd: A Case Study in Digital Collection Marketing

Digitized special collections and institutional repositories present unique challenges to libraries struggling to identify marketing strategies that will entice patrons to these services. These collections, which do not have the same mass appeal as…

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