This post is part of a series where we introduce you to the various topics that we cover in the Scholarly Commons. Maybe you’re new to the field or you’re just to the point where you’re just too afraid to ask… Fear not! We are here to take it back to the basics! So, what […]
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NOTE: While we are discussing matters relating to the law, this post is not meant as legal advice. Overview Fans of Mukurtu CMS, a digital archeology platform, as well as intellectual property nerds may already be familiar with Traditional Knowledge labels and licenses, but for everyone else here’s a quick introduction. Traditional Knowledge labels and […]
In today’s very spatial Scholarly Smackdown post we are covering two popular mapping visualization products, Story Maps and StoryMap JS.Yes they both have “story” and “map” in the name and they both let you create interactive multimedia maps without needing a server. However, they are different products! StoryMap JS StoryMap JS, from the Knight Lab […]
It’s Love Your Data Week, but did you know people have been using Big Data for to optimize their ability to find their soul mate with the power of data science! Wired Magazine profiled mathematician and data scientist Chris McKinlay in “How to Hack OkCupid“.There’s even a book spin-off from this! “Optimal Cupid”, which unfortunately is […]
Did the Paperpile Review leave you interested in learning more? To use Paperpile you need an Internet connection, Google Chrome, and a Google account. Since student/personal use accounts do not require a dot edu email, I recommend using your Google Apps @ Illinois account for this because you can fully use and enjoy unlimited free […]
This post is the third in our series profiling the expertise housed in the Scholarly Commons and our affiliate units in the University Library. Today we are featuring Elizabeth Wickes, Data Curation Specialist. What is your background education and work experience? I started in psychology and then moved to sociology. I also have a secretarial […]
Data Cite a non-profit organization created to establish easier access to research data, increase acceptance of research data as legitimate, citable contributions to the scholarly record, and support data archiving. This organization seeks to bring institutions, researchers and other interested groups together to address the challenges of making research data accessible and visible. Through collaboration, […]