A recent Ars Technica article demonstrated that there’s a great need for diplomatic training in the record keeping profession. This case from Canada revolved around using fonts for forging records, but the would-be forger used a series fonts that would not have existed at the time the documents were created.
I’m going through a big article to-read backlog this whole week, so get use to all these. This was one from out of left field about how to approach researching student populations, specifically with the idea of how use what’s learned to guide all sorts of academic policy making decisions. A good introductory article to […]
I really like the indicators of success for an IR project as laid out by this project. Only one, relationship to digitization centers, isn’t always applicable to all IR programs.