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Articles, Preprints, and Presentations by CUL Staff
A Collection of articles, preprints and presentations by the Staff of the Cornell University Library.
(2020-08-05)The handbook provides support for both new and existing repository managers, comprising both recommended practices and specifically identified action steps that will allow them to track their progress and identify gaps. ...
(2018-12)The rising cost of textbooks is a major financial obstacle for many Cornell students. Responding to student feedback, in March 2018, a small task force was appointed to assess the landscape of textbook provision at Cornell ...
(2020)An overview of the characteristics of academic sharing and networking platforms, with a comparison of selected features (accurate as of late 2019).
NSF FAIR Chemical Data Publishing Guidelines Workshop on Chemical Structures and Spectra: Major Outcomes and Outlooks for the Chemistry Community (2020-04-30)The National Science Foundation Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (NSF-OAC) funded a workshop in March 2019 focused on advancing the sharing of machine-readable chemical structures and spectra. Around 40 stakeholders ...
(2014-06-09)A white paper on legal issues associated with the preservation of online and licensed music. The issue of how to acquire, preserve, and provide access to music that is only available in downloadable and/or streaming format ...