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  • Authority Control for TAMU Digital Asset Management Ecosystems 

    Lee, Dong Joon (2016-07-28)
    Texas A&M Libraries needs to increase the impact of scholarly works published by its community members. In order to increase TAMU scholarship’s global impact, OSC provides various tools, services, trainings, and workshops ...
  • The Advanced Research Consortium & Peer Review 

    Grumbach, Elizabeth (2016-07-27)
    This presentation given at the "Music Scholarship Online" meeting describes the procedures for peer reviewing digital projects employed by the Advanced research consortium
  • The Advanced Research Consortium and RDF Guidelines 

    Grumbach, Elizabeth (2016-07-27)
    This presentation presents the Resource Data Framework (RDF) requirements of the Advanced Research Consortium.
  • Music Scholarship Online Meeting Notes 

    Unknown author (2016-07-27)
    Notes from the Music Scholarship Online meeting held at Texas A&M University on January 28 and 29, 2016 in conjunction with the "MuSO: Aggregation and Peer Review for Music" project. This meeting considered metadata standards ...
  • Be Our Guest: Engaging Graduate Students through Specialized Outreach Events 

    Budzise-Weaver, Tina; Anders, Kathy Christie (Endnotes: The Journal of the New Members Round Table, 2016-06)
    In an effort to reach out to graduate students at a large research university, the Performance Studies Librarian and the Graduate Studies Librarian at Texas A&M University Libraries partnered to develop the pilot study, ...

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