Re: Thinking

On Bridges and Boundaries

By Christa Williford Last Friday, April 5, I was fortunate to introduce Emory University Anthropology Librarian and former CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow Lori Jahnke and Emory’s

Our Relationship with Internet Search Engines

By Kenning Arlitsch Kenning Arlitsch, dean of the library at Montana State University, coauthored this blog with Patrick O’Brien, semantic web research director at Montana

Not the Usual Suspects

By Rachel Frick This week I had the great opportunity to moderate a panel discussion, “Culture Hack: Libraries & Museums Open for Making,” at the 2013 SXSWi


By John Butler What will set the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) apart? What problems is DPLA trying to solve, and what are the

A Sound Connection to Our Past

By Alan Gevinson The Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Plan was officially launched yesterday. The publication marks the last step in a 12-year-long project to

“How Much Do We Need to Know?”

By Charles Henry Recently CLIR, the Research and Academic Program of the Sterling and Francine Clark Institute of Art, and Washington University-St. Louis sponsored an

A Roadmap for Data Services

By Rachel Frick Last week I had the good fortune to attend the 8th annual International Data Curation Conference—the conference for anyone working in the field of

A Single Sky

By Charles Henry January, appropriately named after the Roman god Janus: Janus was the chief god of beginnings and transitions, a deity with considerable influence

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