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The Recusant Print Network Project Phase 1: Experimentation in Research Format
This project illustrates how the use of data-driven visualizations of sixteenth and seventeenth-century title page imprint information can illuminate aspects of the recusant printer network in the era of high-recusancy, ...
Bento Box Discovery
Users find the the list of resources and terms for finding information bewildering: book, journal, article, database, resource, catalog, worldcat, guide, website, google scholar, institutional repository, digital collections, ...
Metrics that compare academic libraries, and how we stack up within CIC
This presentation identifies the metrics used in the 2015 annual statistical surveys of ARL, ACRL, and IPEDS. Selected data compiled from fy2010 to 2015 are included to show comparisons among the CIC member libraries. The ...
WorldCat Usability at UMD: Library Research & Innovative Practice Forum, June 8, 2016
This presentation provided the results of a two-round iterative study of WorldCat UMD usability.
Building a Successful (and Flexible) Partnership with UMD's Gymkana Troupe
Presented at the 2016 Library Research and Innovative Practice Forum, this poster provides an overview of a successful partnership between the University of Maryland Archives and UMD's Gymkana Troupe to publicize Gymkana's ...
DVDs: Still in Demand, or Going the Way of the Dodo?
This presentation contains preliminary results from a research study conducted by Andy Horbal from the University of Maryland and Scott Spicer from the University Minnesota which seeks to capture current practice and future ...
Blind spots, gaps, and unexpected traffic: A (brief) history of the transition to Google Tag Manager and new approaches to improved MD-SOAR analytics
The transition to Google Tag Manager (GTM) seemed like an obvious choice for the MD-SOAR shared institutional repository: easier management of custom analytics tags, immediate integration with existing DSpace and Google ...
Embargoes for UMD Theses & Dissertations: Workflows & Trends
The Graduate School has required electronic submission of theses and dissertations since 2003 and all graduate research is automatically deposited in DRUM (http://drum.lib.umd.edu/) and made widely available. Faculty and ...
Hatching a Hydra at the University of Maryland
Poster presentation for Hydra Connect 2016 conference describing the UMD Libraries' strategy for rolling out a new digital collections repository system based on Fedora 4.