An interesting post on the Society of American Archivists blog deas with the digital exhibit, “The Great Society Congress,” a collaborative project of the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress (ACSC). This post was authored by guest contributors Danielle Emerling, Assistant Curator, Congressional and Political Papers Archivist, West Virginia University Libraries, and Jay Wyatt, Director of Programs and Research, Robert C. Byrd Center for Congressional History and Education.
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Simon Baker, "Uncited Research - Analysis suggests big differences among disciplines in the volume of scholarship that fails to garner a citation." Inside Higher Ed, April 19, 2018, https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2018/04/19/study-examines-research-never-receives-cita...
KITAB " provides a digital tool-box and a forum for discussions about Arabic texts. We wish to empower users to explore Arabic texts in completely new ways and to expand the frontiers of knowledge about one of the world’s largest and most complex textual traditions.
A new multinational survey, carried out by Oxford University Press, indicates that 75% of university students surveyed rely on library-acquired reference content in their studies, in addition to using freely available resources. That figure increases to 92% among students surveyed in the US and UK.
Source: No Shelf Required, April 19, 2018, http://www.noshelfrequired.com/how-todays-students-find-and-use-reference-sources/
"Google has partnered with 3D laser scanning nonprofit CyArk to help preserve historical sites around the world that are at risk of irreversible damage or total erasure due to human conflict and natural disasters.