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Established in 2005 by Charles W. Bailey, Jr. , Digital Scholarship provides information and commentary about digital copyright, digital curation, digital repository, open access, scholarly communication, and other digital information issues. Digital Scholarship's digital publications are open access. Both print and digital publications are under versions of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License. All works include sources that are in English.
This section includes sites that develop, test, and refine methods of gathering and evaluating data in digital and face-to-face reference. It includes tools on maintaining, tracking, and storing reference transactions. There are resources in this section for academic and public libraries. We welcome suggestions for additional web sites. For this section, please send suggestions to Sarah J. Hammill at email@example.com .
This section is geared toward researchers evaluating entire projects. The highly regarded sites that are included focus on libraries, educational settings, or non-profit projects. This collection of sites will help the new project manager or evaluator with the ‘big picture,’ providing good instruction on project assessment as well as specific tools and techniques. We welcome suggestions for additional web sites. For this section, please send suggestions to Carolyn Radcliff ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Instructions: Use the library’s catalog to find books, course reserve items, movies, music and government documents. Conduct a quick search from this box or click on the catalog link for more search options. Instructions: Search for course reserves by typing in your professor’s name in the search box. Materials are usually available electronically or in print. If the reserve item is not available electronically, please write down the call number and give it to the Circulation staff so they can retrieve the item for you.