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  • Cowan, William (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2013-09-11)
    This project was funded by an NEH Office of Digital Humanities Startup Grant and is managed by Indiana University Libraries. This grant funded the creation of two Video plugins for Omeka. One allows the importing of ...
  • Dowell, Erika (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2010-04-07)
    Omeka is a free and open source collections-based, Web publishing platform for scholars, librarians, archivists, museum professionals, educators and cultural enthusiasts. This talk will provide an overview of Omeka's ...
  • Konkiel, Stacy (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2012-10-24)
    Open Data is quickly becoming a buzz phrase in academia. Funding agencies are increasingly calling for the results of publicly funded research to be shared freely, and more and more scholars from across the disciplines are ...
  • Bobay, Julie; Marsh, Moira; Montanez, Garett (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2011-02-16)
    Open Folklore, launched in October 2010 by the American Folklore Society and the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries, is a new scholarly resource that will make a greater number and variety of useful resources, both ...
  • Johnson, Brenda; Lloyd, Timothy; Bobay, Julie (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2011-12-07)
  • Dunn, Jon; Walsh, John (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2004-04-09)
  • Brancolini, Kristine (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2005-03-25)
  • Wiggins, Gary (Wiley-VCH, 2003)
    survey of the main databases and data sources in chemistry
  • Zhang, Hui; Dunn, Jon (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2011-10-19)
    Over the years, Indiana University Digital Library Program has created dozens of digital collections for research and preservation. Traditionally, each collection will have its own website for public access. However, as ...
  • Porter, Dot; Durbin, Mike (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2011-04-20)
    Durbin and Porter will present on the DLP's work to ramp up the workflow for developing documentary photograph collections, from determining metadata needed for collections through making the digital collections publicly ...
  • Dekydtspotter, Lori; Dowell, Erika; Liss, Jennifer; Porter, Dot (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2012-04-25)
    As libraries face diminishing resources and increased pressure to provide innovative services, librarians are looking to partnerships that cross departmental and institutional boundaries to bring together the necessary ...
  • Dekydtspotter, Lori; Williams, Cherry (Indiana University Libraries, 2013-02-13)
    When introduced with forethought and preparation, primary sources can help young students form a tangible link from the immediate present to the remote past. We will discuss our experience introducing elementary school ...
  • Konkiel, Stacy; Polley, David Edward; Marshall, Brianna (2013-11-28)
    This dataset contains all pedagogical materials, assessment instruments, sample data sets, and workshop handouts used during the "Data Management & Visualization: the Basics" workshop presented at Indiana University, ...
  • Wiggins, Gary (Self publication, 1973)
    original poetry
  • Moore, Reagan (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2009-10-29)
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (1996)
    Presents the findings from a national survey on area librarianship. Conference presentations discuss changing trends in international education and the impact of technology on the future of area studies librarianship. ...
  • Ke, Weimao; Athreya, Gayathri S. (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2005-11-16)
    ENABLE is a multidisciplinary project funded by the NSF's National Science Digital Libraries program. The major goal of this project is to apply advances in digital library technologies to the emerging domain of bioinformatics, ...
  • Mostafa, Javed (Indiana University Digital Library Program, 2003-11-07)
  • Singer, Andrea (Haworth Press, 2003)
    Indiana University Libraries' cooperative collection development for a new India Studies Program during a four year period (1998-2001)is the focus. An appendix features practical tips for working in Hindi and Sanskrit languages.
  • Hardesty, Julie; Shelby, Jacob (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2014-04-02)
    IU's Fedora digital repository houses thousands of digitized items including pages of text, photographs, puzzles, three-dimensional artifacts, prints, audio, and moving pictures. These items are made accessible either ...

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