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The Memorial Union Terrace: A Landscape History
(Wisconsin Union, 2008-01)
The Cry of Merlin the Wise
Innkeeper at the Roach Motel
Library-run institutional repositories face a crossroads: adapt or die. The "build it and they will come" proposition has been decisively proven wrong. Citation advantages and preservation have not attracted faculty ...
From Here to Extraterritoriality: The United States Within and Beyond Borders
(International Studies Association Conference, 1997-03-18)
Beginning in the late eighteenth century and running well into the twentieth, the United States claimed at least partial extraterritorial jurisdiction over American citizens in countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, ...
Retooling libraries for the data challenge
Eager to prove their relevance among scholars leaving print behind, libraries have participated vocally in the last half-decade's conversation about digital research data. On the surface, libraries would seem to have much ...
Name authority control in institutional repositories
(Taylor and Francis, 2009-04)
Neither the standards nor the software underlying institutional repositories anticipated performing name authority control on widely disparate metadata from highly unreliable sources. Without it, though, both machines and ...
Metadata for Catalogers
Review: Jordan, Mark. Putting content online: a practical guide for libraries.
(Haworth Press, 2007)
Vernacular Scholarship: Eileen Myles reads from The Importance of Being Iceland
Eileen Myles reads from THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ICELAND, her new collection of essays on art, queerness, discomfort & landscape as well as reading some new poems.