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  • Really Obtuse Generalized Underutilized Elaborations (ROGUE) is a standards making body formed on Friday September 23 2005 at 4:35pm. Like other minim [[Category: Standards groups]]
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  • * [[#Local / Regional Groups|Local / Regional Groups]] * [[#Interest Groups|Interest Groups]]
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  • ...ing the software for specific needs.  The use of agreed international standards is essential to using the wide range of third-party products used in librar ...lockquote> It is important to note that a SirsiDynix ILS has two main user groups ­ the library workers who process the resources for the library as acqui
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  • ...enables researchers to arrange collaborative projects, work and discuss in groups, as well as share data across its web platform. Launched in London in Decem ...pace to export '''all''' of its contents (Communities, Collections, Items, Groups, People, Permissions, and relationships between all objects) into a series
    72 KB (11,297 words) - 05:37, 12 April 2011
  • ...under development for OCLC Connexion client. What would a more generalized standards based service look like? (Mike Kreyche) === Affinity Groups ===
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  • .../XML Study Group which are developing Semantic Web representations of IFLA standards. He is also a member of the MODS Editorial Committee. He is a member of the ...undance Channel in the United States. Perhaps more importantly, grassroots groups across America continue to screen the film as a tool to promote local econo
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  • ...f the software while making the architecture cleaner, more modern and more standards-based. This presentation will examine the motivation behind the update, pr ...and share new solutions with fellow libraries. We’ll describe the open standards and technologies we’ve put in play in as we:
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  • ...terviews. or build an archive of lectures; all done to Library of Congress standards. The included transcription editor allows for accurate correction of the d == Two standards in a software (to say nothing of Normarc) ==
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  • ...Red Hat's Senior Director of [http://community.redhat.com/ Open Source and Standards]. She has worked extensively as an open source consultant for governments, ...r Tech Inclusion] for her work to bring STEM education to underrepresented groups, especially youth and women.
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  • * Tools and technologies – How to get the most out of existing tools, standards and protocols (and ideas on how to make them better) ...tions with the Libraries’s cataloging department about evolving metadata standards and how to incorporate the products of crowd-sourcing projects into existin
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  • ...hor of D3.js, a popular open-source library for visualizing data using web standards. ...nglibrary.com/coffee/ she mentors and advises people from underrepresented groups in the tech industry]. She lives in Philadelphia.
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  • ..., from the documentation of differences in the health status of population groups to identifying solutions to reduce disparities." [http://www.businesswire.c Max also works on privacy centered social networks, open civic data standards, web based mapping tools and neighbor facing “civic web” software.[1]
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  • ...ial solutions and next steps together; and (b) in-person and virtual focus groups sessions designed to explore issues regarding reuse. The presentation will ...y design. This talk will cover how we have leveraged responsive design web standards to develop exhibits and templates that allow the display of content across
    101 KB (15,030 words) - 15:25, 8 December 2017