Marc Parry of the Chronicle of Higher Education wrote a nice piece yesterday featuring some of our projects and discussing the privacy issues libraries face in the digital age.
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Karen Coyle has come to the rescue for those of us who have tried (often unsuccessfully) to wrap our heads around linked data. Her recent post gives a simple example of how to tag linked data and talks about how to use linked data to expose information about libraries that has previously been overlooked.
A recent webinar hosted by the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) featured our ShelfLife and Stackview applications. Also featured in the webinar was a stack browsing application developed by the North Carolina State University Libraries.
The Book Industry Study Group just released a survey of undergraduate students regarding their format preference for reading textbooks. Most still say they prefer print.
From the Disruptive Library Technology Jester, certain libraries are providing Google Books with anonymized circulation data to feed into their relevance ranking algorithm. I would love to know which libraries are providing this data. Anyone?
Creative Commons just released its Public Domain Mark – http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/ Nice…..
dpBestflow is a new site that is a cooperative venture between the Library of Congress and the American Society of Digital Photographers – just launched on Nov 11. It includes everything you want to know about digital photography – from the camera settings to the archival format choices etc. It was funded under LC’s… Read more »