Stories in this issue:   – The Emergence of Modern California Wine – Vision for the Future of Shields – Giving Credit Where It’s Long Overdue Digital scholarship helps researcher develop novel approach to measuring the impact of scholarly publications – New to the Collections: Larry N. Vanderhoef Papers ...
October 30, 2017
Come to the Map Collection and look for this sign: Theme for the week: Korea October 30- November 3rd, 2017 Korea in the News. Come on over to Shields Library to view these maps showing North and South Korea’s population size, economic activity, land utilization, ...
October 27, 2017 • Dawn Collings
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
It’s Open Access Week! In the spirit of increasing the accessibility, reusability, and global impact of scholarship here at Davis, here are three things to know about Open Access on campus. 1. Most articles authored at UC can ...
October 26, 2017 • Michael Wolfe
You may be wondering what the World Series has to do with Shakespeare’s Second Folio. Well, it has everything to do with the Second Folio in Special Collections. In 1958, the University of California acquired the extensive personal library of C.K. (Charles Kay) Ogden, British linguist and philosopher. The University ...
October 26, 2017 • Sara Gunasekara
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