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Research Data Management And Services In South Asian Academic Libraries, Jahnavi Yidavalapati, Priyanka Sinha, Subaveerapandiyan A Dec 2021

Research Data Management And Services In South Asian Academic Libraries, Jahnavi Yidavalapati, Priyanka Sinha, Subaveerapandiyan A

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The study examined the research data management and related services offered by South Asian countries' academic libraries. Research applied quantitative approach and survey research design method were used for this study. The survey questionnaire was distributed randomly to academic library professionals in five countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The sample population comprised 67 library professionals from various institutes of five countries. The study’s findings revealed that 83.6% of institute libraries provide research data management services to their users. The study recommends that institutes or funding organizations support staff to attend conferences and workshops on research data management, …


Coding Discovery Between 3 Systems: Omeka, Alma & Primo, Keiko Okuhara Dec 2021

Coding Discovery Between 3 Systems: Omeka, Alma & Primo, Keiko Okuhara

Sandbox Series

This session will introduce a sustainable process for promoting faculty publications through an online catalog by making three systems interoperable; Omeka (Data provider), Alma (Library System), and Primo (Discovery platform) by devising the version 2.0 Open Archive Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) in other words, OAI protocol. The OAI-PMH Repository plugin of the Omeka Classic allows an institutional repository (IR), a data provider, to be harvested in the discovery platform, Primo, to make a bridge for repository interoperability.


Modeling Deception: A Case Study Of Email Phishing, Abdullah Almoqbil, Brian C. O'Connor, Richard Anderson, Jibril Shittu, Patrick Mcleod Dec 2021

Modeling Deception: A Case Study Of Email Phishing, Abdullah Almoqbil, Brian C. O'Connor, Richard Anderson, Jibril Shittu, Patrick Mcleod

Proceedings from the Document Academy

Information manipulation for deception continues to evolve at a remarkable rate. Artificial intelligence has greatly reduced the burden of combing through documents for evidence of manipulation; but it has also enabled the development of clever modes of deception.

In this study, we modeled deception attacks by examining phishing emails that successfully evaded detection by the Microsoft 365 filtering system. The sample population selected for this study was the University of North Texas students, faculty, staff, alumni and retirees who maintain their university email accounts. The model explains why certain individuals and organizations are selected as targets, and identifies potential counter …


Bringing Political Upheaval And Cultural Trauma Into Order: A Document-Theoretical Approach To The Social Significance Of Bibliographic Classification Systems, Joacim Hansson Dec 2021

Bringing Political Upheaval And Cultural Trauma Into Order: A Document-Theoretical Approach To The Social Significance Of Bibliographic Classification Systems, Joacim Hansson

Proceedings from the Document Academy

This paper explores the ability to define bibliographic classification systems as socially significant documents in a way that goes beyond their immediate function in the information retrieval process. It does so in dialog with theory on documents and documentality, and knowledge organization theory. Two examples show how development of new classification systems address social and cultural structures in periods of rapid social and cultural change and crisis. The first example discusses the design of a classification system for Swedish public libraries in the late 1910s, and the second addresses the re-formulation of the Holocaust experience in American Jewish library classification …


A Scientometric Study Of Journal Of Librarianship & Information Science (Jolis) During 2007-2016, Dinesh Kumari Kundu, Nirmal Kumar Swain Dec 2021

A Scientometric Study Of Journal Of Librarianship & Information Science (Jolis) During 2007-2016, Dinesh Kumari Kundu, Nirmal Kumar Swain

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The present study is based on the scientometric analysis of 218 documents published in JoLiS from 2007 to 2016.The study explored various parameters of scientometrics such as total output ; year wise distribution and growth of research output; future growth of publications; degree of collaborations among authors, most prolific author, top ten countries in terms of research output and top cited article of the journal. The study found that most productive years were 2015 and 2016 with 28 (12.84%) publications and the least productive year was 2009 with 15(6.88%) publications. The study explored that the estimated future growth of JoLiS …


Improving Special Collections Discovery With Dcx Digital Exhibits, Rachel S. Evans Dec 2021

Improving Special Collections Discovery With Dcx Digital Exhibits, Rachel S. Evans

Sandbox Series

This short paper and presentation is an update on the previously presented in July of 2021 titled “Automation Using Metadata Filters & Leveraging Research Assistants” with Savanna Nolan. Since that presentation, UGA Law Library served as a beta tester for Elsevier’s DCX – the Digital Commons exhibit solution. Launched late summer 2021, the exhibits that went live from UGA Law pleasantly surprised librarians who were lucky enough to discover that researchers were already retrieving the new digital exhibit content in their search engine results. This short paper shares the reasons why I have preferred working in DCX to build digital …


Digital Repository Services At Bennett University: A Case Study, Jamil Ahmed Dr. Dec 2021

Digital Repository Services At Bennett University: A Case Study, Jamil Ahmed Dr.

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to promote and share the research output of Bennett University (BU), India through Digital Repository Services (DRSs). It aims at encouraging, assisting and accelerating the research fraternity of the university.

Design/methodology/approach – This paper explains about the initiatives adopted by the LRC at BU for developing DRS using open-space software, Dspace for long-term preservation of intellectual assets and increase the visibility of the institute in global landscape.

Findings – DRS at BU was developed with an aim to preserve and disseminate the intellectual assets of BU, encourage budding talents and increase BU’s …


Audiovisual Metadata Platform Pilot Development (Amppd), Final Project Report, Jon W. Dunn, Ying Feng, Juliet L. Hardesty, Brian Wheeler, Maria Whitaker, Thomas Whittaker, Shawn Averkamp, Bertram Lyons, Amy Rudersdorf, Tanya Clement, Liz Fischer Dec 2021

Audiovisual Metadata Platform Pilot Development (Amppd), Final Project Report, Jon W. Dunn, Ying Feng, Juliet L. Hardesty, Brian Wheeler, Maria Whitaker, Thomas Whittaker, Shawn Averkamp, Bertram Lyons, Amy Rudersdorf, Tanya Clement, Liz Fischer

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

This report documents the experience and findings of the Audiovisual Metadata Platform Pilot Development (AMPPD) project, which has worked to enable more efficient generation of metadata to support discovery and use of digitized and born-digital audio and moving image collections. The AMPPD project was carried out by partners Indiana University Libraries, AVP, University of Texas at Austin, and New York Public Library between 2018-2021.


Digitizing The Utah Code Annotated, Valeri Craigle Dec 2021

Digitizing The Utah Code Annotated, Valeri Craigle

Sandbox Series

When Utah’s three law libraries closed their doors in March 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, legal practitioners, researchers, and self-represented litigants lost access to the superseded Utah Code Annotated (UCA), which existed only in print form at these three libraries. Access to the UCA was restored in early 2021 through an LSTA grant-funded project that digitized UCA volumes and pocket parts from 1943-1995 and disseminated these materials via an open access Digital Commons collection.


Using The Cataloguing Code Of Ethics Principles For A Retrospective Project Analysis, Angela Yon, Eric Willey Dec 2021

Using The Cataloguing Code Of Ethics Principles For A Retrospective Project Analysis, Angela Yon, Eric Willey

Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library

This study uses the recently released Cataloguing Code of Ethics to evaluate a project which explored how to ethically, efficiently, and accurately add demographic terms for African American authors to catalog records. By reviewing the project through the lens of these principles the authors were able to examine how their practice was ethical in some ways but could have been improved in others. This helped them identify areas of potential improvement in their current and future research and practice and explore ethical difficulties in cataloging resources with records that are used globally, especially in a linked data environment.


Volume 41, Number 4, December 2021 Olac Newsletter, Laura Kane Mcelfresh, Jan Mayo, Yoko Kudo, Jay Weitz, Lisa Romano, Richard N. Leigh Dec 2021

Volume 41, Number 4, December 2021 Olac Newsletter, Laura Kane Mcelfresh, Jan Mayo, Yoko Kudo, Jay Weitz, Lisa Romano, Richard N. Leigh

OLAC Newsletters

Digitized December 2021 issue of the OLAC Newsletter.


Comparing Koha And Software For University Libraries (Soul): A Comprehensive Analysis Of Their Functional Modules, Parbat Chhetri Dec 2021

Comparing Koha And Software For University Libraries (Soul): A Comprehensive Analysis Of Their Functional Modules, Parbat Chhetri

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

In the ever-evolving landscape of library management systems, the choice of the most suitable solution can significantly impact the efficiency and effectiveness of a library's daily operations. This in-depth practical analysis compares the key functional modules of two prominent contenders, Koha and SOUL 3.0, providing valuable insights for librarians and decision-makers in their selection process. Koha, an open-source Integrated Library System (ILS), offers a flexible, cost-effective platform with extensive modules for libraries of varying sizes. SOUL 3.0, a commercial system, focuses on innovation and seamless integration, emphasizing user experience and efficiency. The analysis delves into their hardware and software requirements, …


Digital Activities: Florida International University Libraries Annual Report, Fy 2020-2021, Florida International University, Jamie Rogers, Jill V. Krefft, Rhia Rae, Veronica Gonzalez, Rebecca Bakker, Kelley Rowan, Molly Castro Nov 2021

Digital Activities: Florida International University Libraries Annual Report, Fy 2020-2021, Florida International University, Jamie Rogers, Jill V. Krefft, Rhia Rae, Veronica Gonzalez, Rebecca Bakker, Kelley Rowan, Molly Castro

FIU Digital Collections Center Annual Reports

This report provides information on the digital activities for the fiscal year 2020-20201.


E-Resource Management And Management Issues And Challenges, Subaveerapandiyan A, Ammaji Rajitha, Mohd Amin Dar, Natarajan R Nov 2021

E-Resource Management And Management Issues And Challenges, Subaveerapandiyan A, Ammaji Rajitha, Mohd Amin Dar, Natarajan R

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

E-resources are inevitable, technology has grown and libraries are also adopting the technologies although adopting have many challenges to the library professionals. Whenever something new comes they need to update themselves. A study investigated E-Resources management and management issues of Indian library professional perspectives. For this study, data was collected from various academic institutes/university libraries in India. It includes institutes of national importance, central, state, deemed and private universities. The study finds that the majority of the libraries subscribed to E-journals and E-books, administration related challenges faced by LIS professionals. The t-test results revealed a lack of professional skills is …


Telling The Technical Services Story: Communicating Value (Presentation), Rebecca Mugridge Nov 2021

Telling The Technical Services Story: Communicating Value (Presentation), Rebecca Mugridge

University Libraries Faculty Scholarship

Technical Services isn’t the hidden discipline it once was. Despite some cross-departmental interaction, misconceptions about the work are all too common. It’s incumbent on technical services staff to take a proactive approach by communicating to others their value to the library and institutional mission. This session spotlights successful initiatives and gives you the guidance to bolster communication within departments, across the library, and campus-wide.


Persian Naco Manual, Denise Soufi, Nora Avetyan, Shelton Henderson, Juliet Sabouri-Yaghoobi Nasab, Cyrus Ford Zarganj, Neda Zeraatkar Nov 2021

Persian Naco Manual, Denise Soufi, Nora Avetyan, Shelton Henderson, Juliet Sabouri-Yaghoobi Nasab, Cyrus Ford Zarganj, Neda Zeraatkar

Library Faculty Publications

The guidelines in this manual apply to the creation of authority records for names which appear in the Perso-Arabic script on a manifestation written in the Persian language. In this manual, such names are referred to as “Persian names,” regardless of the origin of the name. Guidance is also provided for names of Iranian origin that appear in other scripts. This manual focuses on personal names, although some examples pertaining to corporate bodies, conferences, and works have been provided.


Ceal Task Force For Review Of The Ermb Interim Report, Naomi Shiraishi, Charlene Chou, Liangyu Fu, Xiuying Zou Oct 2021

Ceal Task Force For Review Of The Ermb Interim Report, Naomi Shiraishi, Charlene Chou, Liangyu Fu, Xiuying Zou

Journal of East Asian Libraries

In response to the huge demand of managing e-resources, ERMB (The CEAL Task Force on Metadata Standards and Best Practices for East Asian Electronic Resources) was charged to investigate the best practices for creating, manipulating, and managing electronic content and metadata for resources in East Asian languages in November 2013. In light of emerging trends such as digital humanities, digital harvesting and repositories as well as e-resources metadata in the next-gen library systems, the CEAL Task Force for Review of the ERMB was formed in June 2020 and was charged to examine the current ERMB Task Force’s charge to see …


Collection Management And Utilization Of Electronic Resources By Postgraduate Students In The University Of Ibadan, Nigeria, Kazeem Adeshina Oct 2021

Collection Management And Utilization Of Electronic Resources By Postgraduate Students In The University Of Ibadan, Nigeria, Kazeem Adeshina

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

As the life cycle of information products has become increasingly digital from “cradle to grave,” the nature of electronic information management has dramatically changed. These changes have brought new strategies and methods as well as new issues and challenges. At the bottom line the services are increasingly delivered to a desktop from distributed publishers or information providers. Information organizations act either as primary information providers or as brokers between the user and the primary service provider. Hence, the study examines the collection management and utilization of e-resources by postgraduate students in University of Ibadan. Descriptive survey design was employed for …


Preserving Podcasts In Institutional Repositories, Erik Moore, Valerie Collins Oct 2021

Preserving Podcasts In Institutional Repositories, Erik Moore, Valerie Collins

Sandbox Series

In response to the 2020 global pandemic, the University of Minnesota Archives sought to gather digital content documenting the public health crisis and institutional response to COVID-19. Staff identified university-produced podcasts from several departments as information-rich contemporaneous content that was also at high risk of loss. Over the course of this work, we determined that these podcasts should be preserved in our institutional repository, as we came to see University podcasts more broadly as a digital serial publication. Our focus is now on the ongoing maintenance of serial digital publications in a repository and demonstrating the preservation of podcasts as …


Exploring The Role Of Academic Social Networking Sites Amongst Lis Professionals: A Meta-Narrative Review, P.M. Naushad Ali, Sharaf Zehra, Priya Vaidya, Zainab Musheer Oct 2021

Exploring The Role Of Academic Social Networking Sites Amongst Lis Professionals: A Meta-Narrative Review, P.M. Naushad Ali, Sharaf Zehra, Priya Vaidya, Zainab Musheer

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Academic Social Networking Sites (ASNS) has revolutionized the concept of knowledge sharing and publication pattern in academia. It offers a new paradigm to interrelate research scientists globally, influencing research communities' structure and crescendos (dynamics). This changing trend has attracted considerable attention in the research domain and the consequent impact on library & information science professionals. Due to the high operationalizing ability of these networking sites, it provides online services of collaboration and knowledge sharing. The present study reviewed 23 studies from the past that highlights the methodologies, usage pattern of ASNs, impact on professionals, different categories of services, and issues …


Moving Beyond World Music: An Exploration Of Non-Western Music Cataloging Practices In Higher Education And Where To Go From Here, Alastair L. Canavan Oct 2021

Moving Beyond World Music: An Exploration Of Non-Western Music Cataloging Practices In Higher Education And Where To Go From Here, Alastair L. Canavan

New Librarianship Symposia Series: Fall 2021

The term “world music” has been used for decades as a catchall genre to describe any form of music outside of Western classical. As a byproduct of the eurocentrism pervasive throughout academia, its use furthers a bubble that others or ignores Non-Western cultures and their music. By examining the public-facing catalogs of 13 university libraries across 10 different countries to determine to what extent Non-Western music is included in their collections, how it is cataloged, and if the term “world music” is used to do so, the specific cataloging practices and norms that perpetuate a bias toward Western classical music …


The Benefits Of Having Your Own Sandbox, Joe Cera Oct 2021

The Benefits Of Having Your Own Sandbox, Joe Cera

Sandbox Series

No abstract provided.


Digitalization Of Academic Libraries In Higher Education Institutions During Covid-19 Pandemic, Dr. Muhammad Shoaib, Shamraiz Iqbal, Gulshan Tahira Oct 2021

Digitalization Of Academic Libraries In Higher Education Institutions During Covid-19 Pandemic, Dr. Muhammad Shoaib, Shamraiz Iqbal, Gulshan Tahira

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This paper aimed to examine the digitalization of academic libraries in higher education institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the current pandemic named the COVID-19 outbreak affected all the educational institutions in the global south and global north and Pakistan has no exemption. For this study, a quantitative stud design was opted to conduct an online survey from the library patrons. A sample of 1052 library users had been selected from public sector universities from Pakistan. It is pertinent to mention here that the google form was shared with 6852 library users through an email and WhatsApp numbers taken from …


Creating A Medical Library Terms Taxonomy For Citation Analysis, Shalu Gillum, Terri Gotschall, Pamela Herring, Deedra Walton, Natasha Williams Oct 2021

Creating A Medical Library Terms Taxonomy For Citation Analysis, Shalu Gillum, Terri Gotschall, Pamela Herring, Deedra Walton, Natasha Williams

Southern Chapter/Medical Library Association Annual Conference

Objective: To create a medical library terms taxonomy in order to find trends in the medical library literature.

In order to explore trends in scholarly publishing by health sciences librarians in the last five years, we endeavored to examine keywords used in articles published in four health sciences library journals during this time. From our initial review we determined that: author-created keywords are not always based on a controlled vocabulary; MeSH subheadings do not include terms unique to the library field; and Library of Congress taxonomy is too broad. Thus, it was necessary to create a taxonomy by grouping similar …


Getting Started With Coding, John Beatty Oct 2021

Getting Started With Coding, John Beatty

Sandbox Series

Over the past several years law librarians have become increasingly involved not only with their institutional repositories but also with automating aspects of their workflows for all sorts of common tasks related to faculty scholarship, law reviews, and more. In this sandbox John will share his story, share a wealth of resources for other librarians interested in learning to code as it relates to their roles with their IR, and engage in conversations with attendees to illustrate the variety of paths librarians have taken to develop this unique skill set.


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2021, Musselman Library Oct 2021

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2021, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

From the Dean (Robin Wagner)

Library Letter Box

By the Numbers

Library News

  • A Moveable Feast: The Art of Robert Patierno
  • Selections from The Columbus Suite
  • Reclaiming the Story: Reflections on Carl Beam (Keira Koch ‘19)
  • Librarians Guide Bio Blitz Week
  • “Lattes” Program Branches Out
  • Fund in Memory of Mary Margaret Stewart (1931–2021)
  • Check It Out: Exploring Careers in Libraries

Is This Plagiarism?

New Faces

  • Librarian Responds to Changing Student Needs
  • The First-Year Experience is Key
  • Night Owl Finds Satisfying Role as Mentor

Bringing Hidden Collections into the Spotlight (Beth Carmichael)

GettDigital: The Virtual Reading Room

African-Americans at Gettysburg College: …


Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2021 - Special Supplement, Musselman Library Oct 2021

Friends Of Musselman Library Newsletter Fall 2021 - Special Supplement, Musselman Library

Friends of Musselman Library Newsletter

What’s Special about Special Collections? (Robin Wagner)

Rare Books: Cooper Fund Supports First Editions (Carolyn Sautter)

Manuscripts and Letters: Letter-Writing Seminar Draws from Many Eras (Magdalena Sánchez)

Almanacs: Colonial America Comes Alive with Poor Richard’s (Timothy Shannon)

Maps: Geography Sparks Discussion

Asian Art: Students Get Hands-on Curatorial Experience

Photographs: Photographs Transport Students to Another Time (Shannon Egan)

Posters: Wartime Attitudes Revealed through Propaganda Posters (Jill Titus)

Artifacts: Monsters Break the Ice

  • Policing the Boundaries of the Possible (Mercedes Valmisa Oviedo)

Bookmaking: Old Technology Blends with Digital Humanities

Conservation: Pennsylvania College Class of 1854 Gets a Facelift (Mary Wootton)


Shifting Taxonomies In Home Care Nursing Information Behavior: Patients, Pandemic, Community, Richard P. Smiraglia, Edmund Pajarillo, Elizabeth Milonas, Sergey Zherebchevsky Oct 2021

Shifting Taxonomies In Home Care Nursing Information Behavior: Patients, Pandemic, Community, Richard P. Smiraglia, Edmund Pajarillo, Elizabeth Milonas, Sergey Zherebchevsky

Publications and Research

IKOS has continued to monitor the nursing information behavior (NIB) of home care nurses. In earlier reports we described how we developed an online taxonomy of NIB. We then took on a qualitative analysis of video representations of home care nursing in the pandemic. Merging the codes from two rounds of open coding yielded a set of categories (or axes) that could be used to construct a narrative analysis. Contextual quotations from the video transcripts further reveal the intensity of the potential taxonomic extension. The importance of this research for knowledge organization is the understanding we develop concerning shifting taxonomies …


News – Digital Library Of Georgia, Mandy L. Mastrovita Oct 2021

News – Digital Library Of Georgia, Mandy L. Mastrovita

Georgia Library Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Archeota, Fall/Winter 2021, Kelli K. Roisman, Heather Reinold, Marcus Opunui Ortiz, Katie Perry, Jennifer Pesek, Erin Sommers, Sereen Suleiman Oct 2021

Archeota, Fall/Winter 2021, Kelli K. Roisman, Heather Reinold, Marcus Opunui Ortiz, Katie Perry, Jennifer Pesek, Erin Sommers, Sereen Suleiman

Archeota

Archeota is a platform for SJSU iSchool students to contribute to the archival conversation. It is written BY students, FOR students. It provides substantive content on archival concerns and issues, and promotes professional development in the field of archival studies. Archeota upholds the core values of the archival profession.

Contents:

A Brief History of Kanaka Oiwi Archives: Internship at the Hula Preservation Society by Marcus Opunui Ortiz

The Fascinating and Macabre Art of Anthropodermic Bibliopegy: A Book Review of Dark Archives by Katie Perry

Building an Archive of Local History: Internship at the Convent and Stuart Hall School by Jennifer …