Public Libraries and Academic Libraries: Digital Partners?"

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<p>The importance of digital services and the value of academic/public libraries"Public Libraries and Academic Libraries: Digital Partners?" </p> <p>James Peter Neal, III - @james3neal</p> <p>James Peter Neal, III - @james3neal</p> <p>Trends - Academic LibrariesCommunicating value</p> <p>Data curation</p> <p>Digital preservation</p> <p>Higher Education</p> <p>Information technologyMobile environments</p> <p>Scholarly communication</p> <p>Staffing</p> <p>User behaviors &amp; expectations</p> <p>"Cyberinfrastructure consists of computing systems, data storage systems, advanced instruments and data repositories, visualization environments, and people, all linked by high speed networks to make possible scholarly innovation and discoveries not otherwise possible." - Indiana University - UITS</p> <p>Digital services are programs, projects, and services that create, manage, and develop digital scholarship and access with regard to content, organization, user behavior, and publishing.</p> <p>DISINTERMEDIATION</p> <p>DIGITAL SERVICESCOPYRIGHTSCHOLARLY COMMUNICATIONAUTHOR'S RIGHTSOPEN ACCESSPEER REVIEWINFORMATION TECHNOLOGY</p> <p>DIGITAL SERVICESSocial MediaEbooks - Audiobooks - DownloadsDatabasesWebsiteMobile ApplicationsInformation TechnologyPublic RelationsAccess - Literacy</p> <p>MACROSCOPE</p> <p>DATA + CODE + SOCIAL NETWORKS = digital services</p> <p>DATA</p> <p>Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data.</p> <p>A quintillion is 1,000 times a quadrillion, which is 1,000 times a trillion, which is 1,000 times a billion.</p> <p>*IBM</p> <p>Data is:SHARABLEEXTENSIBLEREUSABLE</p> <p>Where does data come from?What methods were used to gather and analyze data?What cognitive biases do we bring to data interpretation? </p> <p>DATA SCIENCE "The ability to take data to be able to understand it, to process it, to extract value from it, to visualize it, to communicate it thats going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades." - Hal Varian, founding dean of School of Information - UCBerkeley, Chief Economist - Google</p> <p>CODE</p> <p>HTML, PHP/MySQL, Python, Javascript, SQLShare, Google Refine, DataWrangler, DataExplorer, Excel, Fusion Tables, BibSoup, ScraperWiki, Dataverse, FigShare, R, Tableau, Fusion Charts, D3, Protovis, WordPress, Drupal, NoSQL / MongoDB, Solr, and Hadoop</p> <p>SOCIAL NETWORKS</p> <p>Tom Scheinfeldt</p> <p>"In as much as digital humanities is an Internet-based social network, it should come as no surprise that digital humanities looks a lot like the Internet itself. Digital humanities takes more than tools from the Internet. It works like the Internet. It takes its values from the Internet."</p> <p> - Tom Scheinfeldt - </p> <p>"...digital humanities starts to look a lot like a social network. Indeed, in some ways digital humanities increasingly is a social network built, for better or worse, on Twitters platform."</p> <p>- Tom Scheinfeldt - </p> <p>Why digital services?</p> <p>VALUE</p> <p>KNOWLEDGE OF:DATA - CODE - SOCIAL NETWORKS</p> <p>LEADS TO GREATER:DATA LITERACY DIGITAL LITERACY INFORMATION LITERACY</p> <p>OUTREACH</p> <p>j@james3neal</p>