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  • Hardesty, Juliet; Clarke, Erin (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2015-12-09)
    Archives Online (http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/collections/findingaids) is a portal for accessing descriptions of Special Collections and Archives - ones chiefly containing materials other than books - from libraries, archives, ...
  • Hardesty, Juliet (ACM, 2011)
    This case study describes creating a version of METS Navigator, a page-turning web application for multi- part digital objects, using an AJAX library with user interface components. The design for this version created ...
  • Hardesty, Juliet; Halliday, Jim (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2015-10-07)
    The Center for Biological Research Collections (CBRC) at Indiana University (http://www.indiana.edu/~cbrc/) is a consortium of research collections including botany, zooarchaeology, and paleontology collections. This group ...
  • Hardesty, Juliet (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2014-10-15)
    How do you usefully combine digital repository, library catalog, and library web site data so researchers can discover and make use of the data in support of their research? This session discusses plans to combine IU ...
  • Hardesty, Juliet (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2015-02-18)
    Metadata standards at Indiana University are well-established for many of our digital library collections. These standards have been expressed, for the most part, using XML - it’s easy to store, easy to read, easy to update, ...
  • Brown, Bryan; Hardesty, Juliet; McDonald, Courtney Greene (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2013-12-11)
    Libraries are interested in providing better, more comprehensive access to physical and digital collections, institutionally and collectively. Indiana University is improving its discovery tools with multiple projects in ...
  • Hardesty, Juliet (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2016-03-30)
    It is an interesting time in the libraries for metadata. We have a lot of things described and described well, but is it feasible to keep all of that description in a useful way moving forward? And how do we offer up a ton ...

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