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Slides from talk given at the UC Berkley Affiliated Libraries Affairs Committee, November 12, 2015

Below are slides from talk given at the UC Berkley Affiliated Libraries Affairs Committee, November 12, 2015. The talk gives an overview of Linked Data and then focuses on the implementation of BIBFRAME cataloguing in libraries. Subjects of particular focus are authority control in a linked data ecosystem and a

 
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Slides from talk at DLF 2015

Below is a link to slides from my talk at the Digital Library Federation Forum on October 26, 2015. The talk focuses on models for management of Authority records and URIs in a linked data ecosystem. It specifically addresses the problem of reconciliation of local entity URIs with Authority URIs.

 
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Slides from Talk to LAUC-D Membership

Slides from talk to the Library Association of the University of California – Davis (LAUC-D) meeting can be found here. The talk gave an overview of the independent research being performed and the campus community services that are provided by the Digital Scholarship Program.

 
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Course description

This course provides an introduction to the discipline and methods of the Digital Humanities. It is part history, part theory, and part practicum, designed to: Help you situate the application of digital methods (and yourself as a scholar) within the wider disciplines of the Humanities in general and the Digital

 
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Course requirements

In order to receive a passing grade for the seminar, all students must participate in seminar practicums, complete several small assignments, and do one in-class presentation. Note that all assignments are non-programming in nature. We will spend a significant amount of time programming in the practicums, but successful completion of

 
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