New Issue: The Code4Lib Journal (Issue 43) Now Available Online
Issue 43 of The Code4Lib Journal was recently posted online.
Below, find links to articles. The complete table of contents (with abstracts) can be accessed here.
Editorial: Just Enough of a Shared Vision
by Peter Murray
Developing Weeding Protocols for Born Digital Collections
by Athina Livanos-Propst
Content Dissemination from Small-scale Museum and Archival Collections: Community Reusable Semantic Metadata Content Models for Digital Humanities
by Avgoustinos Avgousti, Georgios Papaioannou, Feliz Ribeiro Gouveia
Never Best Practices: Born-Digital Audiovisual Preservation
by Julia Kim, Rebecca Fraimow and Erica Titkemeyer
SCOPE: A digital archives access interface
by Kelly Stewart & Stefana Breitwieser
Making the Move to Open Journal Systems 3: Recommendations for a (mostly) painless upgrade
by Mariya Maistrovskaya & Kaitlin Newson
Improving the discoverability and web impact of open repositories: techniques and evaluation
by George Macgregor
A Systematic Approach to Collecting Student Work
by Janina Mueller
Direct to Complete TOC (with Abstracts)
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