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Five ways to love your data

Guest post by Gillian Oliver, co-author of Digital Curation, 2nd edition

As with any love story with a happy ending, a successful relationship with data will take effort and commitment.  553 more words

Managing Research Data

Review: “‘She Wrote It, But…’: Erasures, Recoveries, and the Futures of Women’s Book History,” November 2016 Symposium, Texas A&M

Posted on behalf of Kate Ozment. EMOB is grateful to Kate Ozment, doctoral candidate, Department of English, Texas A&M University, and Co-Editor, Women in Book History Bibliography, for the following review. 1,019 more words

NEH-Funded KairosCamp Institutes

EMOB Members who also receive ASECS emails have no doubt already seen this announcement for a new institute series at West Virginia University aimed at providing both authors and editors with the training that will enable them to produce a variety of digital forms of scholarships. 295 more words

DC: Filelock Homes, the digital detective

The digital decoding process

In the second task of today’s Digital Curation lab session, Amy, Taylor, Colm and I decoded three questions, which have been encoded in different common digital formats.   434 more words

Digital Curation