• The M Word: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

    • by Robert H. McDonald and Juliet L. Hardesty
    • January 11, 2016
    • In Print

    Libraries know the potential fallibility of metadata created by hand, and as a result, the academic research library has a long history of working with metadata to ensure good storage, maintainability, shareability, and accessibility.

  • Crowdsourcing and Community Engagement

    • by Alicia Peaker
    • October 12, 2015
    • In Print

    The best-built crowdsourcing tools make clear what each participant adds to the project and why each participant matters to the project as a whole.

  • Scholarship beyond the Word

    • by Tara McPherson
    • August 17, 2015
    • In Print

    The flick of an eye, the sweep of a hand, and the timbre of a voice can bring the analysis to life, communicating beyond the word.

  • Social Reading and Technology Design

    • by Elyse Graham
    • June 22, 2015
    • In Print

    We are only beginning to discover how much the humanities have to contribute to the kind of world-building in which computer science, with its push to develop new tools and platforms, is now engaged.

  • Enter Unizin

    • by James L. Hilton
    • September 15, 2014
    • In Print

    The commercial is indelibly etched into some part of my brain: a well-dressed couple follows an architect through the hallways of a high-rise office building.

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