Digital Libraries

LiveeCourseAttendance Cert.

Online Course: A basic level, 4-week asynchronous course offered several times a year.
Offered by the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS)
Focus: Overview of acquiring, providing access to, administering, supporting, and monitoring access to electronic resources. Product trials, licensing, purchasing methods, and pricing models will be covered.
Features: Instructor guided. 24/7 access to course material. Weekly live online chat discussions.
Cost: $109 ALCTS members, $139 nonmembers

LiveWebinar
In this session, attendees will learn how to provide subject access to non-English materials in the language of the script and how to link the non-English term to external sources via linked data techniques. This will allow users to search the catalog by subject in their preferred language.
LiveWebinar
This webinar will provide an overview of the work and output of the Linked Data for Production-Cartographic Materials (LD4P-CM) project, including an introduction to the Geospatial and Cartographic Materials Ontology (GCRO), a Linked Open Data vocabulary, which can be used to extend the BIBFRAME 2.0 and bibliotek-o models for the description of geospatial and cartographic resources.
LiveWebinar
“R” is a free and open source programming language used for data manipulation, analysis, and visualization. This three-part webinar will provide a soft introduction to working with data using R in the R Studio software environment. Participants will learn how to use R Studio, read in and explore datasets, understand error messages, execute some simple manipulations such as subsetting and renaming, and create a basic visualization.
LiveWebinar
“R” is a free and open source programming language used for data manipulation, analysis, and visualization. This three-part webinar will provide a soft introduction to working with data using R in the R Studio software environment. Participants will learn how to use R Studio, read in and explore datasets, understand error messages, execute some simple manipulations such as subsetting and renaming, and create a basic visualization.
LiveWebinar
“R” is a free and open source programming language used for data manipulation, analysis, and visualization. This three-part webinar will provide a soft introduction to working with data using R in the R Studio software environment. Participants will learn how to use R Studio, read in and explore datasets, understand error messages, execute some simple manipulations such as subsetting and renaming, and create a basic visualization.