Practicum: Visualization In-Class Presentations: Student 11 and Student 12 Description: This unit will focus on data visualization. Specific topics of discussion will be the advantages and limitations of visualization as a means of communication as and the methods for fitting the correct visualization to the correct dataset. The practicum will
During finals week we will meet in an informal setting (time, place, and location TBD based on everyone’s schedule). At this final meeting we will discuss each other’s prospectuses for future digital projects and any other topics or questions of interest to the group.
Slides for my presentation at the 2015 conference of the Society for the History of Authorship and Print (SHARP) are available here. The presentation focuses on the history of digital printing methods and platforms, arguing that digital platforms should be thought of as genre defining and that one must utilize
Attached to this post are the slides from my presentation on BIBFLOW at the LD4P gathering at Stanford on June 29, 2015. The talk provides an overview of BIBFLOW’s work to model cataloguing workflows for a native Linked Data ecosystem. It reviews BIBFLOWS workflow test cases, our work to code
Slides from my presentations at the Mark Transitions and OCLC Linked Data Roundtable sessions at the 2015 annual conference of the American Library Association (ALA) are available here. The presentations focus on the status of the IMLS BIBLOW project and an investigation and recommendation of methods for handling authority control