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Tablet Ownership Triples Among College Students - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Mar 12 e-books, e-lending, student technology use, tablets
Taking Notes by Hand Benefits Recall, Researchers Find -- from The Chronicle 28 Mar 14
Teaching a Domain of One’s Own with Reclaim Hosting -- from The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Sep 13 Domains
Teaching Digital Scholarship in the Library %u2190 dh lib 24 Jan 13 digital humanities, digital scholarship
Technology - Suzanne Fischer - Nota Bene: If You 'Discover' Something in an Archive, It's Not a Discovery - The Atlantic 19 Jun 12 archives, cataloging, metadata File under: why cataloging is important.
Ten recommendations for libraries to get started with research data management | LIBER 27 Aug 12 data management, scholarly communications
The August 2013 Digital Preservation Newsletter is now available! - from the Library of Congress 19 Aug 13 Digital preservation
The Benefits of Open Data %u2013 Evidence from Economic Research | Open Knowledge Foundation Blog 15 Oct 12 data management, open data, open scholarship
The big picture about peer-review | Scholarly Communications @ Duke 11 Oct 13 academic publishing, open access, scholarly communication
The Case Against Google 30 Mar 12 Google, search
The Claim: To Cut Calories, Eat Slowly 23 Feb 10
The Copyright Genie 28 Aug 12 copyright
The Copyright Rule We Need to Repeal If We Want to Preserve Our Cultural Heritage - Benj Edwards - The Atlantic 15 Mar 13 archives, copyright, scholarly communication
The Dataverse Network 08 Oct 12 data curation, data management, open scholarship An open-source application for publishing, citing, and discovering research data.
The Day My Grandfather Groucho and I Saved You Bet Your Life - Boing Boing 12 Mar 13 archiving, Digital preservation, film, preservation, television
The Dissertation Can No Longer Be Defended - Graduate Students - The Chronicle of Higher Education 24 Jul 13 academic publishing, open access, scholarly communications
The effect of open access and downloads ('hits') on citation impact: a bibliography of studies 15 Aug 12 bibliography, copyright, open access
The evidence fails to justify publishers%u2019 demand for longer embargo periods on publicly-funded research. | Impact of Social Sciences 27 Jan 14 open access, scholarly communication
The Future of Digital Equivalence and Significance--from The Signal: Digital Preservation Blog for Library of Congress 03 Sep 13 Digital preservation
The Future of the Harvard Library - YouTube 10 Aug 12 future, Harvard, library, linked data
The Future of the Harvard Library - YouTube 28 Aug 12 library futures, strategic direction, Technology
The GSU decision not an easy road for anyone | Scholarly Communications @ Duke 17 May 12
The historians proposed embargo on dissertations 25 Jul 13 academic publishing, open access, scholarly publications
The Laboratorium : HathiTrust Wins 15 Oct 12 copyright, Fair Use, open access
The Launch of Scholrly: new search engine seeks to change the way people find research - The Ubiquitous Librarian - The Chronicle of Higher Education 01 Jun 12 research, research apps, search, startups
The Mindset List 03 Sep 11 instruction, students
The National Digital Newspaper Program Accepting Proposals: Apply Now! --from The Signal: Digital Preservation Blog for Library of Congress 06 Nov 13 Digital newspapers
The New, Nonlinear Path Through College -- from The Crhonicle of Higher Education September 30, 2013 30 Sep 13 higher education, MOOCs
The NPR Model and the Financing of Scholarly Communication 15 Aug 12 business models, funding, scholarly communication
The Past, Present, and Future of Ownership - On The Media 11 Mar 13 copyright, ownership, scholarly communications
The Pirate University | Pirate university 22 May 12 Interesting...if we don't provide the resources, then the students find a way... I'm not certain that this is 100% following copyright law, but it is an interesting site to look at. Their description: The Pirate University is a site specially build to allow students who don't have access to up-to-date academic resources (publications) to ask students who have, to help them out.
The Power User's Guides to Chrome and Firefox 03 Jan 12 tech tips
The Rhetoric of Administration By David Evans 18 Jun 12
The Right Way to Lead Higher Education Through the Digital Age By Siva Vaidhyanathan 26 Jun 12
The Section 108 Study GroupReport 28 Aug 12 copyright
The State of America's Libraries, 2012 10 Apr 12
THE SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN - Linked Data: The Next Big Wave or Another Tech Fad? 12 Apr 13 linked data, MARC, metadata, semantic web
THE SYSTEMS LIBRARIAN - Tech Review and Forecast for 2013 12 Apr 13 ILS, Technology
The Value of a Broken Link 28 Mar 12 The Value of a Broken Link March 28th, 2012 by Susan Manus
This is a list of unanimous faculty votes for university OA policies. 27 Aug 12 open access, open scholarship, scholarly communications
THOMAS.gov Will Redirect to Congress.gov Nov. 19 -- from Latest News for Library of Congress 08 Nov 13 Congress.gov
Thoughts on Open Access Panels ProfHacker 24 Jan 14 open access, scholarly communication
To Make Open Access Work, We Need to Do More Than Liberate Journal Articles | Wired Opinion | Wired.com 24 Jan 13 open access, peer review, publishing, scholarly communications
Trust Acts to Open Research Findings to the Public - NYTimes.com 18 Apr 12 digital repositories, open access
Two steps to a revolution in scholarly publishing a thought experiment 05 Dec 12 author rights, open access, publishing, scholarly communication