Jane Greenberg presenting keynote at the joint 8th A-LIEP Conference/19th ICADL Conference

Jane Greenberg will be presenting her keynote, “Sharing Restricted Data: Challenges, Protocols and Implications for Digital Libraries” tomorrow, November 14th, at the joint 8th A-LIEP Conference/19th ICADL Conference,in Thailand.

Her presentation will examine the challenges associated with sharing restricted data between industry and academia, and consider the role of digital libraries in addressing current obstacles. She will highlight the work being pursed through “A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing” initiative, the NSF Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub (NEHDIH) Spoke data sharing initiative.

MRC Doctoral Students Present at RDA 10th Plenary in Montreal

Metadata Research Center (MRC) researchers presented at the Research Data Alliance (RDA) 10th Plenary Meeting in Montreal Canada, from September 19th-22nd. Drexel doctoral students, Sam Grabus and Kai Li, both RDA Data Share Fellows, presented their research posters on current fellowship progress.
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Spring & Summer Updates – 2017

  • MRC (Metadata Research Center) participated in the NSF 2017 Joint PI Big Data Meeting, March 15th-17th in Washington D.C.; doctoral student, Sam Grabus, presented her poster entitled “Share DB: A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing” for research on the Northeast Big Data Hub project “A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing“.
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, on March 20th. Jane Greenberg presented developing research, “Data Sharing Licensing: From Challenges to Metadata Solutions.”

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Metadata Mixer: Robert J. Glushko on The Discipline of Organizing

The Discipline of Organizing“, a collectively produced textbook, reflects an emerging discipline that draws upon the intersection library and information science, computer science, business, law, cognitive science, and other endeavors.  The book presents a transdisciplinary core, with supplemental content supporting a logical “family of books,” with thousands of siblings.  And, any of these siblings could be instantiated in print or as an ebook.
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