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FSU Libraries Office of Digital Research and Scholarship Annual Report
When in doubt, go to the library
Linked Data for Archivists
Send in the crowds
Rhizomes in the Archives
Participatory Heritage
Reconceptualizing Liaisons
Changing the Default to Support Open Access to Education Research
Community Code
Ethical Implications of Digital Tools and Emerging Roles for Academic Librarians
Embracing the Generalized Propensity Score Method
Open Access and the Future of Scholarly Communication
Using Automation And Batch Processing To Remediate Duplicate Series Data In A Shared Bibliographic Catalog
Organizational Socialization Of Academic Librarians In The United States
De-Centering and Recentering Digital Scholarship
Notes on operations
Everything Old is New Again
Automating Controlled Subjects from IR Keywords
Supporting Public Access Compliance at FSU
What is an Institutional Repository?
Office of Digital Research and Scholarship
Acquisitions Everywhere
From Assessment to Implementation
Well Planned is Half Done
What Should a Data Repository Do?
GoPro as an Ethnographic Tool
Open Access and Early-Career STEM Publishing
Migrating to an Open Source Institutional Repository
It Takes Teamwork to Make the Dream Work
DigiNole 2.0 Virtual Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
FSU Faculty Senate Open Access Policy
Living with the Legacy
Copyright Modernization Act: A guide for post-secondary instructors
Green Libraries on the Cheap
Cross Staffing at FSU Libraries
Core Competencies for Subject Librarians at the Florida State University Libraries
Research, Preservation, and Repository Publication Relationships
SPARC 2008 Digital Repositories
Heritage Protocol Online Inventory & Submission Process
Digital Commons
Society of Florida Archivists 2011 Annual Meeting
Why Are All the Primary Sources in Special Collections?
Value of Being a Certified Archivist
Florida Oral History Project Initiatives
Safeguarding Your Family Records
Processing Archives in Special Collections
Basic Preservation of Family Records
Usability of On-line Archival Resources
Win - Win Situation
MPLP Approach to Processing

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