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News: Data & digital scholarship

Data & Digital Scholarship's expertise in data discovery, data creation, data management and analytical tools supports the generation and dissemination of new knowledge at UC Davis.
Carl G. Stahmer, PhD is the Director of Digital Scholarship at the UC Davis Library. He oversees a variety of digital initiatives on campus, and has worked in the digital humanities since the mid 1990s. Stahmer’s work has been funded by various organizations and institutions, including the Institute of Museum ...
December 13, 2018 • Roberto C. Delgadillo
Using satellite imagery, the UC Davis Library collaborated with the UC Davis Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing (CSTARS) to create the four-day time-lapse video below. The video, also featured on the UC Davis Science & Climate blog, shows the extent of the smoke from the Camp Fire ...
November 16, 2018 • Jillian Kido
UC Davis student Arthur Koehl (Computer Science, History and Economics ’17) created a website for his senior project that maps the stories of soldiers who fought in World War II. The library’s digital scholarship program helps faculty and students like Koehl learn how to use digital technology and data analysis ...
April 10, 2018 • Jillian Kido
To facilitate open data sharing, promote access to research and support UC researchers in meeting funders’ and publishers’ requirements for data sharing, the UC Davis Library now offers access to the award-winning service Dash. Dash is built and maintained by California Digital Library for the UC system. ...
November 9, 2017 • Vessela Ensberg
During Open Access Week, I wanted to give a nod to Open Data. You may have an intuitive sense of what “Open Data” means, but here is a definition: Open Data are public, accessible, described, reusable, complete, timely and managed. It sounds like a lot, but if you think ...
October 26, 2017 • Vessela Ensberg
Digital scholarship helps researcher develop novel approach to measuring the impact of scholarly publications Implicit bias — the attitudes and stereotypes that can affect our actions in an unconscious manner — is increasingly a hot topic in academic hiring and admissions. But what about its impact on how researchers cite ...
October 25, 2017