New/Recent Books

Research Methods for Reading Digital Data in the Digital Humanities, edited by Gabriele Griffin and Matt Hayler

Enchanting the Desert, by Nicholas Bauch.

Knowledge Machines Digital Transformations of the Sciences and Humanities By Eric T. Meyer and Ralph Schroeder

Exploring Discovery: The Front Door to Your Library’s Licensed and Digitized Content, edited by Kenneth J. Varnum, contains at least 3 chapters that involve archives: “Exploring Discovery at Rosenberg Library” by Louise M. Kidder; “Using Blacklight for Archival discovery” by Adam Wead and Jennie Thomas; “Regional Aggregation and Discovery of Digital Collections: Mountain West Digital Library” by Anna Neatrour, Rebekah Cummings, and Sandra McIntyre.

The New Librarianship Field Guide, by R. David Lankes

Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals, by David Stuart

Introduction to Metadata, 3rd edition, Getty Research Institute

Historical Archives and the Historians’ Commission to Investigate the Armenian Events of 1915, by  YÜCEL GÜÇLÜ. (from description: This study encourages further engagement between the policy-making and the scholarly communities by indicating the continued importance of past records and documents for today’s pressing debates. In order to give a fuller picture, this survey also looks at some major relevant archival sources outside Turkey, including the state of archives of the First Republic of Armenia and those of the Dashnak Party.)

Start With the Future and Work Back: A Heritage Management Manifesto, by Bruce Weindruch

Linked Data for Cultural Heritage, edited by Ed Jones and Michele Seikel

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