As a companion to our previous post, today we feature some of the publications that our Library faculty and academic professionals have contributed this spring. Research data practices, data services, and publishing are key themes where the library made key contributions in conference proceedings, book chapters, research articles, and more. You can find those topics and others in the selected bibliography we are pleased to share below.
Ayla Stein, University of Illinois Metadata Librarian and Assistant Professor, is part of a Digital Library Federation working group that has been awarded an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant that will allow the team to research the use cases and ideal functionality of a future toolkit for assessing the reuse of digital library objects in cultural heritage institutions. The grant period begins in July 2017 and will last for a year as the team conducts an extensive needs assessment.
The end of the spring semester is here, and so it is time for our semester round-up of research contributions by our library faculty and academic professionals! This spring, U of I librarians traveled across the state, the country, and the globe to share their research. As always, we applaud these researchers for their contributions to the field of Library and Information Science. You can find a full list of presentations below, including some you can still catch through the end of May!
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign was awarded a National Leadership Grant for Libraries from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to hold a national forum and develop a white paper aimed at simplifying scholars’ access to in-copyright and access-restricted texts for computational analysis and data mining research.