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Re: Thinking

Coming to Terms with Data

By Christa Williford Much of CLIR’s activity in recent months relates to the use and management of digital research data. The new CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellowships in

With Purpose and Intent

By Rachel Frick When a friend passes away, it always leaves me thinking: What did I learn from our friendship, and what should I do

Seeking Coherence at Scale

By Charles Henry As discussed in previous blogs, new digital projects have begun to flourish within higher education that, if successful, will create genuine interdependencies:

In a Sharper Light

By Charles Henry Helsinki. The 78th annual IFLA World Library and Information Conference has convened in this lovely Baltic Sea port. It is summer, and the

Data Curation Week: Just a Beginning

By Inna Kouper We’re focusing on data during the second week of CLIR’s two-week immersion seminar for postdoctoral fellows at beautiful Bryn Mawr College. We talk about

Networking for Greater Results

By Rachel Frick This week I attended Digital Preservation 2012, the annual meeting of the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) and the National

De gustibus, in principium

By Charles Henry A recent article in The New York Times focused on the redesign of an iconic dining space: the Escoffier Restaurant at the Culinary Institute of

One Culture

By Charles Henry This is the inaugural post of the new CLIR blog titled Re: Thinking. In the months ahead, one question will help to frame

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