Data & Content Management

Organizing, collecting, preserving, presenting information and resources

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Linked Data and BIBFRAME Continued

These issues should be addressed until the point where every library has them fully implemented in their daily operations, a state that is still very far off. A survey of the bibliographic utilities and ILS vendors to gauge the state of their ability to implement linked data and/or BIBFRAME would be useful.

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40 Data Analytics - Real Word Examples in 40 Minutes

Second part in the Big Data Series (1st Series Big Data Deep Dive help at AALL in 2016)

 

Examples derived equally from within and outside of the legal industry.

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MarcEdit Workshop

MarcEdit is a free, comprehensive desktop utility for editing files of MARC records. Its features include a wide variety of global editing tools, RDA helper, delimited text translator, FAST headings generator, MARC validator, and many more. Through hands-on exercises, participants will learn how to take advantage of some of the software's most useful tools for batchloading and cleanup projects.

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Our Domain: KM and Information Governance

Alive and strong, knowledge management now often exists as a branch of information governance in law firms. Learn how librarians, experts in this field, can get in the game and/or stay in the game.

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Databrarians: A New Breed of Librarian?

Who are databraians, and more importantly, what do they do? What are their skill sets and how do they fit into our traditional library functions and services?

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From Authority Control to Identities Management

Researchers are creating profiles on a variety of platforms (ORCiD, Scopus, Hein, LinkedIn, etc) with associated identification numbers. The challenge is to disambiguate those with similar names, a function that has always been at the core of traditional library authority control activities. Why is identity management so important? What role do librarians play in supporting identity management?

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New OMB Circular A-130 - framework for federal information poli

The Office of Management and Budget has just released the long-awaited update to Circular A-130, the overarching framework for federal information policy. The circular, which covers a wide variety of topics, has not been updated since 2000.

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Usage Monitors as a Collection Development Tool for Law Firms

Database usage monitors such as Onelog and Research Monitor show you which of your tools are getting the most use. Find out how librarians have used these tools to hone their collections, determine training needs, and improve their services.

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Vendor Statistics--Are we asking the right questions?

Is it enough to ask vendors to supply "COUNTER-compliant" statistics? Some vendors, e.g. Hein, are unable to do so. We need to ask for the data we seek in more precise ways, but how? What is it we really want to know?

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Data Preservation

A review of the best practices on preserving electronic data for long term curation. Topics to be covered will include principles of preservation and the important elements of a long term preservation plan. A review of the software and vendors who offer preservation services.

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Caselaw as Data: Making It, Sharing It, Using It

We’re digitizing millions of historical U.S. court decisions at the Harvard Law Library as part of the Caselaw Access Project. But digitization is just the first step. What comes next is making that data publicly available, especially to the thousands of students, scholars and researchers with whom so many AALL members work. The possibilities are endless, as are the opportunities for librarians to lead their communities ...more »

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Best practices for patron driven acquistions

Patron driven acquisitions programs enable libraries to make a broader range of content available to their patrons than traditional purchase options. How can we do this well and not break the bank?

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