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Developing Library Strategy for 3D and Virtual Reality Collection Development and Reuse: An IMLS National Digital Platform Project
These are the preliminary and full proposals for an IMLS grant to develop a white paper (to be added here in late 2018) to host three national forums of invited experts to support library adoption of 3D and virtual reality ...
Big Data Text Summarization: Using Deep Learning to Summarize Theses and Dissertations
(Virginia Tech, 2018-12-05)
Team 16 in the fall 2018 course "CS 4984/5984 Big Data Text Summarization," in partnership with the University Libraries and the Digital Library Research Laboratory, prepared a corpus of electronic theses and dissertations ...
Virginia Tech's Open Access Subvention Fund FY 2017 Report
(Virgnia Tech Libraries, 2017-07-31)
VT Libraries Dean Tyler Walters allocated the 2017 OASF $100,000 to support article processing charges (APC) in open access journals. The Libraries received 110 requests for $134,867 in APCs, and awarded $104,699 to support ...
Summary of the Two-year (FY13-FY14) Open Access Subvention Fund Pilot Project
(Virgnia Tech Libraries, 2014-07-02)
Virginia Tech began subsidizing article processing fees for authors publishing scholarly peer reviewed articles in open access and hybrid OA journals in August 2012, following the approval of "The Proposal for a Virginia ...
Virginia Tech's Open Access Subvention Fund FY 2016 Report
(Virgnia Tech Libraries, 2016-08-12)
VT Libraries Dean Tyler Walters initially allocated the 2016 OASF $60,000. As funds were awarded to support article processing charges (APC) in open access journals and the OASF was depleted, Scholarly Communication added ...
VT OASF FY2015 Report
(Virginia Tech Libraries, 2015-07-30)
The VT OASF was allocated $50,000 in FY2015 from the Libraries' Collections budget. The OASF received 88 requests to fund publishers' article processing charges totaling $129,967. We approved 48 articles (55%), awarding ...
Digital Images for the Virginia Tech Digital Library
(Virginia Tech, 1996-03-20)
All images photographed or copied by a unit of Information Systems will be scanned and contributed to the Virginia Tech Digital Library. The digital images will be browsable and findable through word searching textual ...
Digital Libraries and Software Agents
(Virginia Tech, 1997)
Digital libraries will need digital, or software, agents to perform many important tasks such as communication with the user, acquisition of new information and maintenance of the links to that information (assuming that ...
Long-term Course Planning Scenario
(Virginia Tech, 1998-06)
Dan Mosser teaches a course on History of the English Language (HEL). He has been developing this course over the last few years and is especially interested in multi-media resources, speech excerpts, speech analysis game, ...
(Virginia Tech, 1997-05-15)
Web Caching: Questions and Answers