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Relevancy Ranking in Discovery Services

Imagining an academic library without a discovery service (be it Ebsco, Summon, Primo…etc) has become practically impossible. Where else could you begin general keyword searches or article title searching? 1,529 more words

There are some new kids in Library Town - say hi to Python, Qualtrics and QGIS

At The Faculty Library of Social Sciences, Copenhagen University Library, we are working towards the creation of Digital Social Science Lab (DSSL) – a very very cool three-legged library lab monster which aim is to: 261 more words


Linked Open Data in Libraries

– Written by Library Lab Fellow Knut Anton Bøckman, library system consultant at The Royal Library, Copenhagen

Linked Open Data (LOD) is a method for making structured data more useful on the web. 1,338 more words


"The Library is a strong brand" - new issue of REVY is out

I have the great pleasure of being editor-in-chief of Danish library journal REVY. REVY is journal for Danish Research Library Association and is published four times a year in 2.100 copies per issue and open access online at… 483 more words


A best case research library scenario: the partnership data service profile between Library & IT services at NYU

New York City & The Labs - day 5, March 20: NYU Data Services

Written by Library Lab Fellow Michael Svendsen — project head of The Digital Social Science Lab (#DSSLucph) at… 1,244 more words


What happens when you give a Wikipedia editor a research library?

The Wikipedia Library‘s core mission is to provide Wikipedians with the best possible access to research, to help them write better Wikipedia content. When we started this project, we quickly realized that universities, with their extensive collections and journal subscriptions, offered one of the best opportunities for Wikipedians to access scholarly materials.  61 more words

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