Browse by Author "Palmer, Carole L."

  • Cragin, Melissa H.; Palmer, Carole L.; Chao, Tiffany C. (2010-10)
    We present a general conceptual framework that maps relationships and dependencies among scientific data practices, types of data produced and used, and associated curation activities. As part of the Data Conservancy ...

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  • Varvel, Virgil E., Jr.; Palmer, Carole L.; Chao, Tiffany; Sacchi, Simone (2011-07-22)
    Over the course of the summit, three themes were prominent across the presentations and discussion: advancing professional education, coordination across disciplines and sectors, and key educational challenges. Each of ...

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  • Weber, Nicholas M.; Chao, Tiffany; Palmer, Carole L.; Varvel, Virgil E., Jr. (Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship, 2011)
    The Data Curation Research Summit consisted of four sessions, which followed opening contextual remarks provided by the organizers of both the DCRS and the previous Bloomsbury workshop. The first session was focused on ...

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  • Hou, Chung-Yi; Thompson, Cheryl A.; Palmer, Carole L. (2014-12-15)
    As digital research data proliferate and expectations for open access escalate, the landscape of data repositories is becoming more complex. For example, DataBibcurrently identifies 980 data repositories across the ...

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  • Palmer, Carole L.; Teffeau, Lauren C.; Newton, Mark P. (Johns Hopkins University Press and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2008)
    As an evolving part of the profession of librarianship, institutional repository development is still in the process of establishing guiding principles and best practices. There is no one path to follow and few established ...

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  • Palmer, Carole L.; Cragin, Melissa H.; Heidorn, P. Bryan; Wright, Daniel T. (IEEE, 2006-06-12)
    New practices are emerging in all stages of biological research, from data collection through dissemination of results. In addition, libraries and museums are increasingly being called upon to become the long-term curators ...

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  • Renear, Allen H.; Urban, Richard J.; Wickett, Karen M.; Palmer, Carole L.; Dubin, David (2008-06)
    Many aspects of managing collection/item metadata relationships are critical to sustaining collection value over time. Metadata at the collection-level not only provides context for finding, understanding, and using the ...

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  • Knutson, Ellen M.; Palmer, Carole L.; Twidale, Michael B. (DCMI, 2003-09-28)
    In this poster we outline the types of institutions, metadata schemes, and materials contained in the NLG digital collection projects. It should come as no surprise that MARC and Dublin Core are the most often used metadata ...

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  • Palmer, Carole L.; Zavalina, Oksana L.; Mustafoff, Megan (Association for Computing Machinery, 2007-06)
    With the increasing focus on interoperability for distributed digital content, resource developers need to take into consideration how they will contribute to large federated collections, potentially at the national and ...

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  • Cragin, Melissa H.; Chao, Tiffany C.; Palmer, Carole L. (2011-07)
    Digital libraries (DLs) are adapting to accommodate research data and related services. The complexities of this new content spans the elements of DL development, and there are questions concerning data selection, service ...

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  • Weber, Nicholas M.; Baker, Karen S.; Thomer, Andrea K.; Chao, Tiffany C.; Palmer, Carole L. (ASIST, Wiley, 2012)
    “Context” is an elusive concept in Information Science – often invoked, and yet rarely explained. In this paper we take a domain analytic approach to examine five sub-disciplines within Earth Systems Science to show how ...

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