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    • Scholarly Metrics 

      Sinn, Robin; Cyzyk, Mark; Akbar-Williams, Tahirah (2013-05-09)
      Slides from "Scholarly Metrics," a presentation given by Tahirah Akbar-Willams, Mark Cyzyk, and Robin Sinn at the joint Maryland Library Association/Delaware Library Association Conference in Ocean City, Maryland, May 9, 2013
    • Script Junkie: ColdFusion Markup Language 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Web Techniques, 2000-08)
    • Stop Saying No, Start Empowering Copyright Role Models 

      Hall, Renee; Disclafani, Carrie Bertling (2012-04-13)
      Shed the librarian stereotype of copyright whistleblower! Turn fearful faculty members into empowered copyright role models. When a copyright policy or department does not exist, apply our three step process for shifting ...
    • Strike Up the Score: Deriving Searchable and Playable Digital Formats from Sheet Music 

      MacMillan, Karl; Fujinaga, Ichiro; Droettboom, Michael; DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, G. Sayeed (D-Lib Magazine, 2001-02)
    • A Survey and Evaluation of Open-Source Electronic Publishing Systems 

      Cyzyk, Mark; Choudhury, Sayeed (2008-04-28)
      This study provides both a survey and evaluation of open-source electronic publishing systems. The systems under consideration include: DPubS; GNU EPrints; Hyperjournal; Open Journal System; Connexions/Rhaptos; DiVA; and Topaz.
    • Symbol Level Groundtruthing Environment in OMR 

      Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro (Proceedings of the 5th ISMIR Conference, 2004)
      A simple framework for evaluating OMR at the symbol level is presented. While a true evaluation of an OMR system requires a high-level analysis, the automation of which is a largely unsolved problem, many high-level ...
    • Tag Libraries as Fifth Generation Languages 

      Cyzyk, Mark (The Open Information Systems Journal, 2008-04-03)
      This essay weighs the notion that Web-based tag libraries represent the fifth generation of computer languages. A brief survey of the history of computer languages is provided as is an indication of why it is useful to ...
    • Tales from the Trenches: Social Media Use at the Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University 

      Koenig, Adriane; Keith, Ellen (2011-09-28)
      Is your institution using social media? Are you concerned about its value, utility, and time commitment? This session will share best practices for purposefully using social media, how to measure its impact, and lessons ...
    • Thracymacus Buys a House 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Philosophy Now, 2008-03)
    • Toward a Metadata Generation Framework : A Case Study at Johns Hopkins University 

      DiLauro, Tim; Choudhury, G. Sayeed; Reynolds, David; Patton, Mark (D-Lib Magazine, 2004-11)
    • Usability Services Presentation 

      Anderson, Teal (2005-06-16)
    • Using the Gamera framework for the recognition of cultural heritage materials 

      Droettboom, Michael; Fujinaga, Ichiro; MacMillan, Karl; Choudhury, Sayeed; DiLauro, Tim; Patton, Mark; Anderson, Teal (2002)
      This paper presents a new toolkit for the creation of customized structured document recognition applications by domain experts. This open-source system, called Gamera, allows a user, with particular knowledge of the ...
    • The Virtual Observatory Meets the Library 

      Choudhury, Sayeed (University of Michigan Library, 2008-01)
      Astronomy is similar to other scientific disciplines in that scholarly publication relies on the presentation and interpretation of data. But although astronomy now has archives for its primary research telescopes and ...
    • Virtues and Values in Digital Library Architecture 

      Cyzyk, Mark (Llibrary and Information Technology Association, 2008-09-01)
    • Web Design for Customer Usability 

      Bartelstein, Andrea; Creech, Michael; Reynolds, David (Internet Librarian Conference 2004, 2004)
      The Sheridan Libraries of the Johns Hopkins University redesigned its web site in 2004 as part of its transition to a database-driven site controlled by a content management system. While most organizations today perform ...
    • Welcome to the Virtual Machine 

      Cyzyk, Mark (2011-05-06)
      Slides from "Welcome to the Virtual Machine, " a presentation given by Mark Cyzyk at the joint Maryland Library Association/Delaware Library Association Conference in Ocean City, Maryland, May 6, 2011
    • Who is the authority? Authority Control in the Linked Data environment 

      Wang, Jing (2013-05-31)
      This presentation discusses the challenges of managing institutional scholarship information and opportunities for metadata specialist based on the experience of VIVO implementation at Johns Hopkins University. The ...