The Texas Digital Library offers courses on descriptive metadata, online conference management, DSpace, and other TDL services as part of the TDL Training Program.
The Texas Digital Library will offer a training course in October focused on one of its most popular scholarly communication tools: online scholarly journals.
An “Introduction to DSpace” course has been added to the TDL training schedule for August 26.
The Texas Digital Library will offer training courses on DSpace, Vireo, and other services during the Summer 2010 semester.
TDL-hosted electronic journal The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research (JVWR) was featured yesterday on Ars Technica, a technology news and information website, in a feature on growing academic interest in the sociology of virtual communities.
Go check out the PKP Blog to see some photos of OJS journals as they appear on the iPad. (Hint: They look great!)
The Journal of Texas Women Writers and the Cormac McCarthy Journal, both created and edited by faculty at Angelo State University and hosted on the TDL Electronic Press, have new issues available online.
The Journal of Digital Information (JoDI), a journal hosted by the TDL Electronic Press, has released a new special issue on Open Repositories 2009.
The Chronicle of Higher Education offers an article about John Willinsky, education professor at Stanford and leader of the Public Knowledge Project, the outfit behind Open Journal Systems (OJS) software. The Texas Digital Library hosts Open Journal Systems for members wishing to create and publish online, open-access scholarly journals.
The Journal of Virtual World Research (JVWR), a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the TDL Electronic Press, aims to provide a space for both scholars and creative communities to explore the practical and theoretical concerns of “virtual worlds.”