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Libraries and Pinterest

I talked briefly about Libraries and Pinterest at today’s #MashDMU meeting.  There are links over at my Eclecltic E-stuff blog.  We all had concerns about the copyright implications, given how easy it is to share images.  Are any UK academic … Continue reading

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Use of e-journals and research outcomes

The current Library Connect Newsletter from Elsevier includes an article by Michael Jubb from the RIN entitled Use of e-journals & research outcomes: Are they related?. This reflects on an investigation of relationships between levels of usage and research performance, … Continue reading

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Linking library catalogue metadata to theatre production/performance metadata and objects

Lorcan Dempsey re-tweeted a link (via @lukask) to a presentation on Linked data across library/theatre domains from the ELAG2011 conference:  Linking libraries to the real world. Tweet

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Shelving Made Easy (or Easier)

A computer-science professor is testing a shelf-reading app that can scan an entire shelf’s worth of books and alert workers which ones are out of place. The app he came up with, tentatively called Shelvar, relies on special tags—kind of … Continue reading

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