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On Teaching XQuery to Digital Humanists
(Proceedings of Balisage: The Markup Conference, 2014)
XQuery provides an excellent means for teaching programming to digital humanists because it works seamlessly with their existing XML data, has an elegant and simple core with a well-structured standard library, and can ...
On Evolving the Operations of the Vanderbilt Television News Archive: Cloud Computing for Audiovisual Preservation
This presentation describes the ongoing process of moving the operations of the Vanderbilt Television News Archive (VTNA) to the “cloud.” After briefly sketching the history and services of the VTNA, the author discusses ...
Building Institutional Repositories in Theological Libraries
(American Theological Library Association, 2016-06)
Institutional repositories are mainstays of the open access movement. However, theological schools have been slower to adopt them than other institutions of higher education. We believe that theological schools may be ...
Outsourcing and Offshoring in Special Collections: From Theory to Practice
(American Theological Library Association, 2012)
As the programs of special collections departments become more ambitious, the challenges of provisioning them become more complex. Whereas expectations of special collections librarians were once fairly uniform, position ...
Data Curation 101 for Theological Librarians
Curating data is a new job skill for theological librarians. Apart from certain subfields that cross over with psychology and sociology, theological studies is not a data-driven discipline. Theological students have not ...
Developing Data Curation Protocols for Digital Projects at Vanderbilt: Une Micro-Histoire
(International Journal of Digital Curation, 2018-05-08)
This paper examines the intersection of legacy digital humanities projects and the ongoing development of research data management services at Vanderbilt University’s Jean and Alexander Heard Library. Future directions for ...