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Recommendations for Enabling Digital Scholarship

Posted by: Abbey Potter

Mass digitization — coupled with new media, technology and distribution networks — has transformed what’s possible for libraries and their users. The Library of Congress makes millions of items freely available on loc.gov and other public sites like HathiTrust and DPLA. Incredible resources — like digitized historic newspapers from across the United States, the personal papers …

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Open Science Framework: Meeting Researchers Where They Are

Posted by: Mike Ashenfelder

This is a guest post by Megan Potterbusch, National Digital Stewardship resident at the Association of Research Libraries. Openly sharing research data, code and methodology are integral parts of open science. Whether due to disciplinary culture shifts or funder and publisher mandates, the general trend towards open science has been increasing in many research fields. …