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Thomas Padilla
PI @ Collections as Data :::::::::::::: Practitioner Researcher-in-Residence at OCLC Research
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Thomas Padilla 13h
Replying to @mollygoggles
thanks molly!
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Thomas Padilla 17h
yum i miss papalote
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Thomas Padilla 17h
Replying to @jaheppler @hralperta
haha we used it for collections as data too
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Thomas Padilla 17h
We used it for collections as data! Just pulled up this gem from
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Thomas Padilla 17h
Seems like an opportunity to fork 's 'what is digital humanities'
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Thomas Padilla 17h
seems like something might know something about ...
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Thomas Padilla 18h
example implementation from museum data release here
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Thomas Padilla 18h
possibly frictionless data
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Chelsea Heinbach 18h
The description for the book , Erin Rinto, and I are writing with on "Dismantling Deficit Thinking in Academic Libraries: Theory, Reflection, and Action" is up!
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Erin Canning 18h
A second reference for your list, Opening Archives: Respectful Repatriation is a great paper (); also 's work is aces (); and 's paper from last year's conference ()
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Silvia Gutiérrez 19h
Hi , I'm a great fan of what you did with the Subject Headings and was wondering if you had an article on it. I did a similar approach with our catalogue () using Association Rule Learning: ....
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Vika Zafrin 19h
Replying to @thomasgpadilla
This, by Hannah Buckland:
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Kelly Davis 19h
Replying to @thomasgpadilla
this fits under that, somewhat:
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bibliotekah 19h
Decolonizing Attribution by + Jane Anderson
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Thomas Padilla 20h
Anyone have favorite work on biases in description and/or collection development?
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Thomas Padilla 20h
when a university press release doesn't include a link to the project 😡
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Thomas Padilla 20h
Heading into the home stretch on a project I've been working on all year - super thankful for all the feedback I've gotten from colleagues far and wide. Excited to release the mixtape this December!
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Thomas Padilla 21h
fantastic. i love all the questions but especially the last one. so useful for so many kinds of work.
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Thomas Padilla 21h
Oh, I lovvveee that last question!
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Thomas Padilla 21h
Replying to @Mrs_K @zanders and 3 others
will try to check em out!
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