The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 2

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK).TSK is a blog that publishes five days a week on, as the tagline says, “What’s hot and cooking in scholarly publishing”. David Crotty (Oxford University...

The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 1

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK).TSK is a blog that publishes five days a week on, as the tagline says, “What’s hot and cooking in scholarly publishing”. David Crotty (Oxford University...

Information Organization and Digital Preservation: An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister Although stereotypical depictions of libraries might cast them as bastions of tradition or realms ruled by archaic practices, there’s actually quite a bit of adaptability and responsiveness embedded in the work many libraries, archives, and...

What Counts as a “Resource” & Does it Matter? – An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister During the Charleston Conference this year, I had an opportunity to participate in a lively ATG Trendspotting discussion, led by Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe. The session covered a wide range of provocative and timely topics that are weighing on the...

#ChsConf2018 Through the Lens of Social Media

By Carol Apollo-Kennedy The online community surrounding The Charleston Conference has been growing every year. Attendees and aspiring attendees become a virtual village for the week, asking for recommendations and sharing information through the hashtag #ChsConf2018....

The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 2

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly...

The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 1

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly...

Information Organization and Digital Preservation: An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister Although stereotypical depictions of libraries might cast them as bastions...

What Counts as a “Resource” & Does it Matter? – An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister During the Charleston Conference this year, I had an opportunity to...

#ChsConf2018 Through the Lens of Social Media

By Carol Apollo-Kennedy The online community surrounding The Charleston Conference has been...

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