Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship - Library and Information Science
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(2015-10)Models of human disease have traditionally been biased towards the male body. Here, we perform a retrospective study of factors that may have contributed to (reducing) this bias across a variety of biomedical topics and ...
MapAffil: A bibliographic tool for mapping author affiliation strings to cities and their geocodes worldwide (2015)Bibliographic records often contain author affiliations as free-form text strings. Ideally one would be able to automatically identify all affiliations referring to any particular country or city such as Saint Petersburg, ...
(Archives Journal, 2013)Increased interest in large-scale, publicly accessible data collections has made data curation critical to the management, preservation, and improvement of research data in the social and natural sciences, as well as the ...
Championing Social Justice In LIS Technology Education: A Critical Interpretive Sociotechnical Framework (2015-01-30)This presentation explores the ways in which a critical interpretive sociotechnical framework can inform technology education in LIS to achieve social justice goals of social change and transformative action.
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A fragmentising interface to a large corpus of digitized text: (Post)humanism and non-consumptive reading via features (Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 2015-03)While the idea of distant reading does not rule out the possibility of close reading of the individual components of the corpus of digitized text that is being distant-read, this ceases to be the case when parts of the ...