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Technology tools used to create the Naval Reactors History Database
The Naval Reactors History Database is a unique online resource that provides access to publicly-available digital content on the joint United States Navy/Department of Energy nuclear propulsion program. The database ...
Using EZID to enhance access to research data
An Ignite talk on the importance of data citation and the ability of the EZID service, available to the Washington State University community, to support data citation.
MeSH autocomplete, and autocompletion more generally with WorldCat.org discovery
Two examples of autocompletion for WorldCat.org discovery. The first, developed by Jon Scott of Washington State University, is an application based upon an imported vocabulary, such as MeSH. The second uses the Freebase ...
Digitizing special collections using the CONTENTdm software suite
The Washington State University Libraries offer an array of online image collections to searchers via the Internet. This article describes the CONTENTdm software suite, a tool that has been used by the Libraries since ...
Building a digital repository WSU-style
Utilizing the benefits of native XML database technologies
This presentation will provide information on the strengths of native XML technology, including a comparison of native XML with more widely-used relational database management systems. As a specific example, information ...
From proposal to program: Seven years of the Northwest Digital Archives
Northwest Digital Archives--a 31-institution consortium of archives in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska--was "born" at Online Northwest in 2001. In seven years, the consortium has built a successful program ...