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  • Georgetown University Library Modern Languages & Literatures Study 

    Guhde, Emily; Jones, Melissa; Madrid, Jade (2019-11-14)
    During Fall 2019, Georgetown University Library participated in the Modern Languages & Literatures Research Study, which was coordinated by Ithaka S+R. This local report presents the findings from interviews with thirteen ...
  • Framing the Scholarly Communication Cycle 

    Boettcher, Jennifer
    Scholarly communication is evolving from a buzzword into a discipline and it follows a cycle. Between the steps in the cycle are issues that influence each segment of the cycle. Although any starting point in the cycle ...
  • Local, Global, Digital?: Digital Humanities and Slavic Area Studies 

    Browndorf, Megan; Pappas, Erin (ACRL, 2019)
    In the past ten years, the work done in area studies—that is, the interdisciplinary study of regional topics—has changed dramatically. As such, the nature of the support that librarians need to provide scholars has similarly ...
  • Government Data as Intellectual Property: Is Public Domain the Same as Open Access? 

    Boettcher, Jennifer C.; Dames, K. Matthew
    Public domain and open data policies and how they are made. Current status of open data policies in the Federal government are changing with new laws. What is HR4174/S4047 and what does it say and mean? What are trends in ...
  • Privacy and User Experience in 21st Century Library Discovery 

    Pekala, Shayna (Library & Information Technology Association, 2017-06)
    Over the last decade, libraries have taken advantage of emerging technologies to provide new discovery tools to help users find information and resources more efficiently. In the wake of this technological shift in discovery, ...

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