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Monica Rivero

Monica Rivero's Public Library

  • Digital Scholarship Services
  • Research Assistance
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  • Digital Scholarship Centers:
     Trends and Good Practice


    A CNI Workshop Held April 2, 2014

    • Report – published Dec. 2014
  • Participant Profiles

  • providing services for digital scholarship and publishing in a way that is both scalable and sustainable.
  • This article describes our study of NYU scholars' needs and digital scholarship support at other research
  • service model we developed for supporting such services (which may include digitization, hosting of research data, digital publishing, the development of software for scholarly practices, and more
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Etext as a hand-crafted TEI production shop no longer seemed as necessary as it had some ten to twelve years before, and it entered a slow decline

  • And, in a way, we’re not a center at all. We are a small department of the University of Virginia Library
  • examples of the way we meditate on smallness as a virtue
  • NB: Like any overview, the one I can offer is necessarily perspectival—and here I will concentrate exclusively on administrative aspects of our histo

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  • end-to-end, coordinated strategies for managing digital creation.
  • Digital creation is no longer just the realm of specialists, IT developers, and librarians who manage collections. Today
  • Scholarly monographs and journal articles have well-defined paths of publication; likewise, libraries and museums have well-established methods for cataloging and storing images of objects in their collections. But what about those innovative digital resources that are not quite large enough to be self-sustaining and don't quite fit into traditional models of distribution? They

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  • 2015
    Volume 9 Number 2
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  • how academic libraries can and should support this scholarship
  • make  the library an active and equal partner in research.

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  • Praxis is the process by which a theory, lesson, or skill is enacted, embodied, or realised. "Praxis" may also refer to the act of engaging, applying, exercising, realizing, or practising ideas. This has been a recurrent topic in the field of philosophy

  • Rhetorical tautologies typically present themselves as redundancies only comprising part of a statement.

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