Archive for May, 2015

DigitalKoans Posts Resume on 7/1/2015

Posted in Announcements on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

DigitalKoans posts will resume on 7/1/2015.

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Digital Curation News (5/28/2015) #digitalcuration #digitalpreservation #researchdatamanagement

Posted in Digital Curation News on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

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Data Analytics / Visualization Specialist at Northeastern University

Posted in Digital Library Jobs on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Northeastern University is recruiting a Data Analytics / Visualization Specialist.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

You are: A Data Analytics and Visualization Specialist who will help mobilize and design Library services supporting statistics and information visualization activities across the University. You are excited to work with diverse groups within the Library and across campus, and proactive in outreach and communication. You are comfortable with providing many forms of education, from developing curricula and teaching classes to providing high-level research support in one-on-one consultations. You are a collegial team member who will work closely with other departments within the Library, serving as a resource for statistics and visualization tools, services, and systems. You're enthusiastic about the role of statistics and visualization in scholarship across the disciplines, and will develop both this position and the Library into focal points for statistics- and visualization-related activities across the University.

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Data Technology Lead at University of California, Berkeley

Posted in Digital Library Jobs on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

The University of California, Berkeley is recruiting a Data Technology Lead.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The Data Technology Lead will:

  • Support the Library's data applications, including GIS, and other digital library programs.
  • Adopt, adapt, develop and maintain software to provide a web-based geospatial discovery and access portal using open source technologies in an inter-institutional, community-based, development effort.
  • Work with server and database administrators to provision the necessary computing systems to support data services.
  • Implement and manage spatial data infrastructure, including administration of specialized GIS application including geoserver, geohydra, geoblacklight.
  • Develop software for the import and management of UCB's GIS data collections.
  • Manage data services, e.g., OAI, SOLR API, data set management and access.

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Emerging Technologies Librarian at Marquette University

Posted in Digital Library Jobs on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Marquette University is recruiting an Emerging Technologies Librarian.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The Emerging Technologies Librarian supports the exploration, integration and management of new and emerging technologies and the integration and improvement of existing systems and applications to deliver information and services to library users in support of the mission, vision and values of Raynor Memorial Libraries and Marquette University.

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"The Impact of Open Access on Collection Management"

Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Research Libraries, Scholarly Books, Scholarly Journals on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Adelia Grabowsky has published "The Impact of Open Access on Collection Management" in Virginia Libraries.

Here's an excerpt:

This article examines if and how the integration of OA materials has changed collection and/or access management activities within academic libraries.

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Digital Video Recordings from the 2015 Conference: Creating and Supporting Sustainable Publishing Programs

Posted in Publishing, Research Libraries, Scholarly Books, Scholarly Journals on May 28th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

The Library Publishing Coalition has released digital video recordings from the 2015 Conference: Creating and Supporting Sustainable Publishing Programs.

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Digital Curation News (4/27/2015) #digitalcuration #digitalpreservation #researchdatamanagement

Posted in Digital Curation News on May 27th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

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Application Developer at Columbia University

Posted in Digital Library Jobs on May 27th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Columbia University is recruiting an Application Developer.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The Center for Digital Research and Scholarship (CDRS) at Columbia University Libraries/Information Services seeks a motivated, collaborative and creative full-time Application Developer to join our team of in-house developers and other professional staff supporting the strategic goals of the organization, with particular attention to the university's institutional repository program, Academic Commons (academiccommons.columbia.edu). Responsibilities of the Application Developer may span multiple projects and will include regular interactions and collaboration with the team of developers, designers, and project managers among the library's Digital Programs and Technology Services areas.

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"A System for Distributed Minting and Management of Persistent Identifiers"

Posted in Data Curation, Open Data, and Research Data Management, Metadata on May 27th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Lukasz Bolikowski, et al. have published "A System for Distributed Minting and Management of Persistent Identifiers" in the International Journal of Digital Curation.

Here's an excerpt:

Minting persistent identifiers and managing their metadata is typically governed by a single organization. Such a single point of failure poses a risk to longevity and long-term preservation of identifiers. In this paper we address the risk by proposing a radically different approach, in which minting and management of persistent identifiers is distributed, and the integrity of the distributed system is guaranteed by public-key cryptography. We describe the general architecture of the system, analyse its robustness and discuss potential deployment scenarios

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Digital Humanities Specialist at Purdue University

Posted in Digital Library Jobs on May 27th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Purdue University is recruiting a Digital Humanities Specialist.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The DH Specialist will establish a dynamic multifaceted digital humanities program in the Libraries' Division of Humanities, Social Science, Education and Business (HSSEB) and collaborate with other Purdue faculty to meet the growing demand for digital scholarshi p at Purdue. Working closely with the Libraries' GIS specialist, archivists, and Research Data unit, the successful candidate will consult and collaborate with faculty and students on techniques and methodologies supporting the digital humanities and prov ide instruction in their use.

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"’Stay With Me’: ISPs Head to Court to Fight New Net Neutrality Rules"

Posted in Internet Regulation, Legislation and Government Regulation, Net Neutrality on May 27th, 2015 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

Meredith Filak Rose has published "Stay With Me': ISPs Head to Court to Fight New Net Neutrality Rules" in Public Knowledge's Net Neutrality Blog.

Here's an excerpt:

It's been almost three months since the FCC issued its order reclassifying Internet Service Providers as Title II telecommunications carriers and establishing strong net neutrality rules. No one was surprised when the ISPs cried foul and sued to overturn the ruling. . . .

Earlier this week, the ISPs attempted to stop the clock by arguing that the regulations should be delayed until after the lawsuit has worked its way completely through the courts-a process that will, in all likelihood, take years.

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