A new method of operation for the web would rely on linked open data, which dynamically connects one piece of data to another. The Linked Jazz research project explores the application of linked open data to collections in libraries, archives, and museums.
A Stanford University team aims to discover, digitize, and make freely available historical documents and other materials concerning the contributions of Chinese workers in building the transcontinental railroad in the United States.
Agent-based modeling is a kind of applied computing that tackles questions asked by researchers. This tutorial explains why adding agent-based modeling to the suite of software available to faculty and students benefits campus research and learning.
In faculty development, the question has changed from "What do you do?" to "What difference do you make?" Read all about effective practice and models in this ELI white paper detailing how the teaching and learning community is rethinking its approach to faculty development.
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