Browsing Fondren Library Staff Presentations and Publications by Title
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(2015-09-25)What does research data need so that it can live on after the experiment is over? Challenges facing Rice researchers in successfully (and strategically) managing their research data include formulating an effective data ...
“When We’re Done with It, We Don’t Care What Happens to It” What Open Access Practitioners Can Learn from Deadheads (2016)Historians and commentators have long praised the Grateful Dead for their razor-sharp business acumen, especially the band’s policy on audience taping. What started as way to stem the tide of bootlegs (while keeping a ...
(2010)A presentation on digital humanities given for the 2010 Rice Humanities Research Center Undergraduate Lecture Series: Big Questions and Future Directions in the Humanities. October 21, 2010
(2008)Discusses how TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) can be used by archives and special collections libraries. Defines TEI and provides background on XML. Provides examples of how TEI can facilitate text analysis, placing ...