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Open Folklore Makes Big Strides Heading into its Second Year, Still Lacks Governance Model

It’s been a while since I’ve written about the Open Folklore project. It’s been on my radar, but I haven’t had much time to process the steady stream of announcements, additions, and accolades. Launched last year, Open Folklore is a … Continue reading

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Open Folklore, Open Access, and the Future of Scholarly Publishing

When the American Folklore Society (AFS) and the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries announced the Open Folklore project, it was hailed as a model for scholarly publishing in the humanities.  It is promoting open access publishing, branding various open access projects, … Continue reading

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Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies Now Available Online

The Getty Research Institute just announced that Patricia Harpring’s Introduction to Controlled Vocabularies which was published in hard copy earlier this year, is now also available as an online edition at this site: http://www.getty.edu/research/conducting_research/standards/intro_controlled_vocab/index.html It is billed as “an online … Continue reading

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