Yesterday David Dickinson came to visit the libraries to share and discuss some of his work regarding optical character recognition of New Testament manuscripts. David Dickinson is a South Bend resident and Renaissance Man with a multifaceted educational background and vocational history. Along the way he became keenly interested in religion as well as computer […]
At the most recent ECDL conference in Glasgow (Scotland) there was a panel discussion on data curation called Developing services to support research data management and sharing. Below are some of the things I learned: My take-away from Sara Jone‘s (DDC) remarks was, “There are no incentives for sharing research data”, and when given the […]
Michele Hudson and I have begun visiting faculty across campus in an effort to learn about data needs and desires. We’re diddling with data. To date, we have only visited two (and a half) people, but I have learned a few things: Darwin Core — Apparently there is metadata schema used for describing biological content […]
On Wednesday, September 22, 2010 a number of us from Notre Dame (Eric Morgan, Julie Arnott, Michelle Hudson, and Rick Johnson) went on a road trip to visit a number of people from Purdue (Christopher Miller, Dean Lingley, Jacob Carlson, Mark Newton, Matthew Riehle, Michael Witt, and Megan Sapp Nelson). Our joint goal was to […]
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