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Blogging for Professional Development
Weblogs have many uses for libraries and librarians. Libraries typically use them either for internal communications or for communicating with patrons. Librarians use them to express their ideas about the profession and ...
Walking the WALK; Facilitating Interdisciplinary Web Archive Collaboration
The growth of digital sources since the advent of the World Wide Web in 1991, and the commencement of widespread web archiving in 1996, presents profound new opportunities for social and cultural analysis. In simple terms, ...
Upgrading? Migrating? There’s a portmanteau for that!
Fedora 4, the new, revitalized version of Fedora, boasts a feature set that includes improvements in scalability, linked data capabilities, research data support, modularity, and more. Since the launch of Fedora 4.0, a ...
Jane Finch Community Research Partnership : November 29, 2016 Symposium Report
The Jane and Finch Community Research Partnership (JFCRP) held a symposium that brought together community residents, organizations, and York University academics on Tuesday November 29, 2016. The gathering addressed ...
Academic Blogging: Promoting your Research on the Web
In a world of information overload, lightning fast news cycles, proliferating journals, declining traditional media outlets and short attention spans, how do we make sure our research has all the impact we want? How do we ...
E-books in the Sciences: SLA 2009 Presentation
The results of the e-book survey are summarized below. Details of the results are in the presentation. 1. High level of interest in e-books amongst graduate students: - Graduate students have used some form of e-book ...
A guide to microform sets at York University Libraries
(Scott Library. Reference Dept. Microtext Section., 1984)
Preservation Policy for Humans
Refworks at the Steacie Library York University
This presentation describes the need for an alternate reserve format for distance education nursing students and how the refworks program was used to deliver required readings to these students.
Dataset: York University Libraries Open Access Author Fund
This dataset contains the list of Article Processing Charges supported by the York University Libraries Open Access Author Fund, established in 2009. Included is the journal title, publisher name, and the rate paid by York ...