Visualization of Library Databases
Digital Humanities Faculty Fellowship, Seton Hall University
This project will explore the best ways of visualizing 350 library databases to improve library instruction. "What does a library database include?" is one of the important questions to answer in a library instruction class. It is a persistent challenge to introduce library databases to students in an engaging, interesting, and meaningful way. Most library databases contain bibliographic information such as the names of authors, book and article titles, journal names, year of publication, reference citations, keywords, abstracts, full-text and so on. Any of these fields can be visualized to provide a better understanding of database content.
Bao, Xue-Ming, "Visualization of Library Databases" (2017). Digital Humanities. 5.
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